Harvest in the garden
Fall can be one of the most beautiful moments in the garden. Ann Arbor Farm and Garden June 19 to 5 p.m., $ 10 Admission (no advance tickets) will take you to the UM Matthaei Botanical Gardens and two private gardens on campus. On Plymouth Road. Campus Farm Small Group, Student-led Visitors Visitors provide a visual overview of the traditional production facilities. In 1840, the two private gardens were attached to a farm and provided extensive landscapes that had been lovingly cared for for over 30 years. Revenues support the AAF&G Annual Funding and Scholarship Awards. Visit annarborfarmandgarden.org for more information.
Northville Design welcomes du Jour
Luxury furniture, accessories and gifts focus on the new Norville Shop and Design Studio, Design du Jour. Founder and designer Sam Sobh founded the company in 2016 and draws inspiration from his travels and international clients, including his past work with the Dubai royal family. According to the press release, part of the new main road was chosen in part because of “how amazing the people are and how amazing the city center is.” Design du Jour in 184 E. Main St; Visit design-dujour.com/.
Regina and Andrew are paired with Southern life
Regina Andrew may proudly be based in Detroit, but COO Carla Regina says the company’s founders have a southern family and are fans of the region. The company recently partnered with South Livin on a new power plant. More than 24 pieces – including paddles, flashes, table lamps and more – began this summer featuring wood, ceramic, glass, metal, linen and alabaster. An additional 30 products will be added this fall. According to the press release, “The Regina and Andrew Detroit Collection are designed to capture the Southern spirit of the Southern Lifestyle Club and make the living space feel like home. Visit Reginaandrew.com.
Mexican craft store opens in Eastern Market
Individual items from home decor, clothing, jewelry and contemporary furniture will be among the most challenging items to be sold at the newly opened brick and mortar site by Viva La Vida importers. Decorated with eye-catching paintings by Ivan Montoya, a fair trade firm imports handicrafts from indigenous craftsmen in Mexico and is owned by LGBTQ + and owned women. “It is one of the things we enjoy doing,” said Diana Miranda, co-owner of the company with Paolo Portolo. The store is located at East Market 2510 Market Street, Suite B. For information, visit vivalavidaimports.com.