Merchant spotlight: Lionfeather Studio
Lionfeather Studio, one of Redeux's newest vendors, is comprised of Angie (buyer, painter, crafter, introvert); Jeff (engineering and customer engagement); and Machu and Picchu (the cats who personally inspect every piece before it is moved to the shop).
Angie's mother's maiden name was Lowe, which translates from German to English as "lion." Feathers have always been a sign of good luck and well-being to Angie, so she combined the two to form Lionfeather Studio.
Angie would often see items in thrift stores or at flea markets and could see their potential: realizing they only needed a little sprucing up or paint to be loved again. She would often bring them home even though she had no space for them. After being told by several antique business friends that she should have her own shop, she decided to take the leap of faith and give it a try.
Angie has a decided weakness for interesting lamps and lighting fixtures, the more over-the-top the better. She especially favors fiberglass lampshades due to the wonderful light their translucency spreads through a room.
While disappointed to leave their Baltimore location and the fellow merchants who had become friends, Angie and Jeff felt immediately welcomed with warmth and generosity of spirit by everyone at Grey Beards.
Angie subscribes to more than 15 shelter magazines and is always on the look out for ideas and color trends when she travels. She is always seeking pieces that make her smile or bring her a rush of emotion.
Oh and owls. Angie loves owls.
Come see what you've been missing at Redeux and get introduced to Lionfeather Studio.