Le Marche St. George is an adorable and beautiful cafe in Vancouver. Its on the bottom floor of an old character house, with shelves full of local designers' products and unique and gourmet groceries. Everyone working there was so friendly and made delicious coffees, and a to die for egg and gruyere buckwheat crepe. If you get the chance I highly recommend spending a morning sitting on the cozy neighbourhood corner patio and enjoy a breakfast. 4393 St George St.
Lindsay // Isabel Dunlop is a local Vancouver fashion designer, she has a wonderful passion for beautiful wool's and creates the most beautiful scarves/shawls in perfect colours and size! They are so cozy, so perfect for Vancouver winters, I think once September rolls around I'm going to have to pick one up for myself, I do a lot of walking in this city and this scarf would make easing into this fall season so much better. She is a wonderful designer, and also a very talented local musician. I was so excited when I saw her scarves in this cafe, check out more of her stuff here.
Tegan // This beautiful pot is made by the owner herself, Janaki Larsen. She has a little studio in the back closet of this beautiful old building where she designs beautiful pots and dishes that are so beautiful you wouldn't be surprised to see them in any Kinfolk Magazine. After doing a bit of creeping on her blog I read that some of her dishes were used in Gwyneth Paltrow's new cookbook! Amazing.
Bethany // How amazing is this french press?! They also have a beautiful matching tea pot and stovetop espresso maker made by Freud of London. I just want them all, mostly just to put on display in my kitchen ;)