A Peek Inside Prairie CollectiveAuthor:Abigail Stone
We’ve got no shortage of adorable boutiques here in San Francisco, but that doesn’t mean I get any less excited when a new one opens. Right now I’m giddy about Prairie Collective, the joint venture of three lovely brands (Studio Choo, Cloak and Cabinet Society, and Magpie & Rye) located in the Lower Haight/NoPa neighborhood. I’ve popped in a few times since they opened, and each time there’s something new and special to reward me for my visit. Here’s a peek:
A view from the entrance on Divisidero.
Don’t mind if I do!
Gorgeous bouquets of flowers dot the inside of the shop. Love that wild looking one on the left in particular.
But its the arrangements of succulents that I particularly can’t resist. See that retro green container in the back? I decided it had to be mine, and am gazing lovingly at it’s new perch in my home as I type.
If you can’t make it to the shop, take a look at each of the brand’s websites. I’m currently lusting after Magpie & Rye’s heartbreakingly beautiful wing made from natural molted feathers.
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