Visit me at the Open Studio space I designed plus I'll be speaking on the Caesarstone Main Stage at 3pm, Sunday, Sept. 25. Read more...
our blog...natural eclectic living
On Thursday March 3rd, the dark skies of Vancouver suddenly cleared and my boutique was filled with sunshine ... Read more
We're delighted to be sharing secrets from our new book, The Natural Eclectic, in The Georgia Straight ... Read more
The Natural Eclectic launch is creating a ripple effect right across the Atlantic… Read more
With it being International Women's day, I thought I'd take time to share on the amazing supportive female energies I've experienced...Read more
This morning I witnessed the most remarkable thing while writing near my patio... Read more
With the new year upon us I've noticed quite a few blog posts fulls of tips and advice on organizing and decluttering. I've often wished...Read more
We're thrilled to be featured in the latest Luxe Interiors & Design magazine. In this full-page feature Heather shares...Read more
We've had a gentle autumn here on the west coast, which has helped me surrender to the fact that summer is gone. Honey tones...Read more
On a beautiful summer evening I held an intimate little sneak peek event to reveal the cover of my soon to be published book. Read more...
Garden: a place where natural things can grow & flourish
Text by Amanda Ross. Photography by Heather Ross.
It’s interesting to see how popular ‘ombre’ effects have become in design. A term used more currently to describe a graduated look in hair highlights, cakes & tonal bridal bouquets, the word OMBRE is French in origin meaning ‘having colors or tones that shade into each other —used especially of fabrics in which the color is graduated from light to dark’