Published on: September 20, 2015.
Whether you’re at the flagship frilly lilly in Calgary’s Mission neighbourhood, or under the California sun at our Santa Monica location, the design and decor of every one of our boutiques conveys the same thing: whimsical, feminine fun. Since opening our very first boutique, Debra has used her keen eye and passion for design to create unique and wonderful spaces that you’ll love.
Debra worked closely with Kristin, the owner of frilly lilly Kingsland, to design the newest space in our collection of boutiques. From scouring flea markets to some clever Kijiji sleuthing, they scored some of these amazing vintage finds.
This medicine cabinet from the 1970s was bought on Kijiji, then distressed by hand with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
A friend found this mirror that was discarded after the Calgary floods. After a little bit of love (and paint) it was ready to hang!
The massive shelving unit where we display a lot of our products was salvaged from a house in Philadelphia, built in the early 1900s.
These solid wood barn doors are our absolute favourite find. They were salvaged from a farm house in rural Alberta. Thankfully we rescued them in time, otherwise they would have been burned!
We think this dresser is nearly 100 years old! It was purchased from a lovely lady who sold her bed and breakfast in rural Alberta.