Monday Moods – Fall Feels

Though the weather is still quite warm, the cool breeze has started to creep in around our mornings and nights making it feel more and more like fall. I can’t say I am looking forward to the cold, but I do love a good leather jacket and a pair of boots. I’m starting the week off with a little bit of fall inspiration to help you ease into this new season. Happy Monday lovelies, I hope that enjoy the last few days of Summer.

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Sneak Peek: American Standard Fixtures

Anyone who has been reading about #projectflip knows that I have been neck deep in renovations for what seems like forever! At times construction can be crazy hectic, but I have sincerely loved being able to pick and choose every element and fixture that goes into our new home. Though I am a big believer of high impact, investment pieces such as art and statement furniture, I also feel like the little details are what take the quality of the design to the next level.

As such, today I am giving a sneak peek of my favourite American Standard pieces that I’ve used in my #pineave bathrooms. Below are 3 completely different looks for 3 completely different rooms.

Product List

Ensuite Toilet

Ensuite Sink x2

Enusite bathtub

Powder faucet

Kids’ faucet x 2

Kids’ shower


Monday Moods-The End of Summer

Despite having been out of school for quite a while now, there is still something fresh and exciting about this time of year that has me motivated to get back on track and moving forward with lots of different projects. Though I am sad to see the summer go, I am excited for what’s coming next. This week’s Monday Mood is all about my favourite things-old movies, beautiful spaces and pops of pink on pink!



Happy Monday lovelies xx

Art Fair Friday – Dan Lam

At last it is Friday and both Bijou & Boheme and Heirloom & Knot are thrilled to share with you our latest installment in our ongoing Art Fair Fridays series where we bring you weekly design inspiration and exclusive interviews with the talented artists that inspire our creativity on a daily basis.

This week we had the opportunity to talk to sculptor/artist, Dan Lam. Dan Lam uses unusual materials in a huge variety of bright, candy colours to create one-of-a-kind sculptures in multiple textures. For those who love fun, psychedelic palettes, Dan Lam is the artist for you! Read all about her and her inspirations below.

How long would you say you have been a professional artist and what has lead you to this point in your career?

While I’ve sold work throughout my years in school, I would say my professional career started after I graduated with my Masters. Making art and teaching was all I focused on (versus going to class, other deadlines, etc) and really started to get my work out there on my own (versus school related motivation).

What is the best advice you’ve ever received about your art ?

The best advice I’ve received about being an artist and the creative practice is to “just keep making”. As far as my own art goes: “Give the work places for your eye to rest.”

How would you describe your creative process?

It is physically involved, very hands on, and often happening all the time. Sometimes just sitting and thinking about a piece for hours in the studio is still creating.

What is your favourite medium to work in?

I love non-traditional media, I am especially attracted to resin for its versatility. And of course, I couldn’t live without my acrylics!

What has been your biggest career highlight to date?

I think it’s just sheerl amount of exposure that has really exploded this year. Many different art publications that I grew up reading picked up on my work – that was really exciting.

How would you describe your signature style?

Tactile, colorful, yummy.

Where do you find your greatest creative inspiration?

One is in nature. The other is in creating. I think making is its own inspiration machine. I can go into the studio, work with a material, create something, with no aim, with aim, whatever my state of mind and make all kinds of discoveries.

What do you think sets your work apart from other artists?

I think I’ve combined a series of elements together that haven’t been as commonly combined previously. I think most people can identify my work based on texture and color.

Art Fair Fridays - Dan Lam

No. 1 Net-a-Porter – Valentino Rockstud Leather Pumps – $905.00

No. 2 Matter Store – Sebastian Scherer Iris Light Fixture – $3585.00

No. 3 Christian Louboutin – Nail Colour – the Pops/0.4 oz. – $50.00 Each

No. 4 CB2 – 3-Piece Beta Flatware Set – $39.95

No. 5 Calico Wallpaper – Aurora Heaven – Price Upon Request

No. 6 Zinc Door – Loloi Gem Multicolor Cotton Throw Pillow – $69.00

No. 7 ASOS – Holographic Box Clutch Bag – $41.15

No. 8 Amazon – When Art Meets Design Hardcover – $65.77

No. 9 Marilyn Monroe Bubble Gum Hard Cover Case For iPhone – $4.90


Her work is just wowa…here are my five…

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art fair fridays dan lam christine dovey heirloom and knot art

art fair fridays dan lam christine dovey heirloom and knot art

art fair fridays dan lam christine dovey heirloom and knot art

art fair fridays dan lam christine dovey heirloom and knot art

Have a great long weekend everyone!

CURRENT OBSESSION: Irresistible Me Hair Extensions

I don’t typically post about my beauty regime, but when Irresistible Me asked if I wanted to try out their clip-in hair extensions I jumped at the opportunity! I would love to wear my hair long, but when you have very fine hair (like I do) it looks fuller and healthier kept short. However with these clip-in extensions, I am able to wear it long or short depending on what or where I am going. Below is a little preview of my favourite features and ways to wear them.

I can’t recommend these extensions enough…absolutely love them!