Saturday, September 5, 2009

Red Ticking





On our last day in Seattle, and thanks to the very sweet Alek, at From the Right Bank to the Left Coast, we stopped in at Red Ticking. Alek's suggestion was spot on! What a lovely home and lifestyle boutique it is...Owner Pam Robinson has such a natural, warm quality about her that is evident throughout her store. From beautiful vintage French linen to patent Italian leather business card envelopes, (I had to get one in magenta!) there are many surprises throughout. We also came across a rare, metal French bottle drying rack, which we purchased, and will use to hold threads...

Her unique collection of pieces have me wanting to return to Seattle just to visit with her and shop again! Be sure to stop in when in Seattle—you will not be able to leave empty- handed! *note, if you are unable to visit, or bring back all that you would like, she will also ship her products.

2802 East Madison
Seattle, Washington
No. 206 322 9890

To also visit her blog, click here.

/photography by John Granen/

13 comments:

  1. I visited her blog. A trully lovely place. If I go to Seattle, I will definitely try and visit the store!

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  2. I'm loving the stripey red fabric in the photograph- what a wonderful cover it would make for a comfy reading chair for a library nook or room <3

    t @ Now Craving

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  3. Oh gosh Sarah, I haven't seen this shop in person but I have a clipping of the store when it was featured in Cottage Living & Pam, the owner is adorable! Definitely one of my inspiration shops (my other favorite is Hudson in Boston)

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  4. One of the best spots in Seattle. My stepmom owned a store for awhile right next door. It was a daily stop in!

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  5. Hi Sarah
    What a treat. I have visited Pam's blog before, but how lucky you are to have visited the shop. All these images are divine. Too sad it is the other side of the world.
    Have a great weekend. x Julie

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  6. Hi, Sarah! I'm so glad you liked the shop. It was one of my first discoveries when I moved to Seattle and fell instantly in love with it. And thanks for the shout out. It's been raining in Seattle since you left so you timed your trip perfectly! xoxo, alek

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  7. her shop is so beautiful...I was so excited to purchase the vintage bottle dryer...it's going to be useful and art! Can't wait to visit the store again...Pam is lovely and makes you want to stay and linger and enjoy, and you can not leave without a purchase :) it was such a great way to end our trip! and great weather!

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  8. What lovely photographs... I so want to shop for textiles now!

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  9. True Haute Blog. The Visuals Drive Me Crazy. Kudos.

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  10. oh, don't you LOVE IT THERE!?! and i can't believe you were in seattle and didn't look me up!! next time you MUST!!!

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  11. Cass -- I really, really need to return to Seattle and meet you of course and also Alek, of From The Right Bank :)

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  12. you are all so amazing and sweet... thank you so much...your support means the world to me ...especially right now... stop in anytime!!! i just received my french shipment!! christmas came early !! yippee.... x pam

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