new shop: ink & peat!

i don’t typically post about shops with an e-commerce presence but i was so excited about this new store that i decided to make an exception. floral designer pam zsori just opened her first brick-and-mortar shop, ink & peat, in portland oregon! there will be a grand opening party in early september but until then, here is a sneak peek into the new shop and all the beautiful floral (and home accessory) offerings that pam will have. i’ve used pam to send flowers to friends in the area and have never been disappointed- she’s got quite a way with flowers. if you’re in the portland area you can visit ink & peat at 3808 n. williams avenue (suite 126) portland, oregon 97227 (503-282-6688) or online right here. congrats to pam on her gorgeous new shop!


  1. Brooke says:

    What a stunning shop – Pam is one of my favorite floral designers too! I’ve been trying to find a way to get to Portland to see Ink&Peat ever since I found housemartin, Pam’s blog.

  2. Chelsea says:

    Yay! I can vouch that Pam’s shop is gorgeous. Plus she is just a nice person, which makes shopping there all the more pleasant:)

  3. Nevis says:

    Love the owl pillows..or are they sachets?

  4. Briana says:

    Oh I am so excited! The shop is about 4 blocks from my work…the perfect place to pop over to on my lunch. And already I am drooling over those art tiles that will match my newly made-over basement.

  5. Sabina says:

    Yea!!! I’ve been a fan of Pam and her blog “housemartin” for a year or so now. She is the reason I began blogging!! Thanks for posting this and the beautiful photos!!

  6. Kelly says:

    does anyone know where any of the textiles come from?

  7. Kim says:

    Does anyone know if there will be an online shop? I love those pillow!

  8. Finally! I’ve seen those moss balls (4th image down) in store displays before but no store has sold them. I hope she does, as I love the way they look.

  9. oblinax says:

    Does anyone know who makes that yellow/dot pillow in the photo?
    Ink and peat doesn’t have an online webstore selling it

  10. oblinax says:

    oops, when i asked about the yellow dot pillow i meant the tiny dot version (the one in the photo behind the bowl of mossy broccoli objects

  11. Rebekah says:

    I just went in last night for the first time and it is gorgeous!

  12. Jen says:

    Ink & Peat is one of my new absolutely favorite shops in town! Sometimes I will just go there for a little mood pick-me-up. Her inventory is to die for and little bit dangerous to the bank account, but it’s such a bright, sunny and beautiful place to spend some time.
    Also…Oblinax, that pillow is made by Hable Construction-you will find their web-store if you google them.

  13. Kristan says:

    LOVe this color palette and style! It’s a bit much all bunched up in these photos, haha, but fabulous in moderation.

  14. Katie says:

    The shop is so gorgeous. Pictures don’t even do it justice. So much good stuff there!

  15. Steppie says:

    Oh! Those are beautiful! Love the style of everything!

  16. What a gorgeous little shop!!!!

  17. Fred Albert says:

    I’ve tried taking photos in shops before and they usually suck. Were these photos professionally shot, or just the work of a design*sponger with a digital camera? What’s the trick for getting the lighting so even and soft? Oh, and the shop is great, too!

  18. What a truly gorgeous shop!! If only I could visit in person.

  19. How could I not move to Portand now!

  20. chickedee says:

    WOW! I so need to visit that shop!

  21. Keyna.b says:

    it’s beeeaaauuuutiful!

  22. rifferaff says:

    beautiful. the shop looks like it would smell great too. :)

  23. Kerry says:

    Wow! Wish I could visit the shop.
    Kelly, I believe the pillows on the daybed are from Les Indiennes. Beautiful.

  24. Joseph Rudi says:

    It looks incredible! The P-E-A-T letters across the table are a touch of genius. Brilliant!

  25. Kim Gray says:

    Oh WOW, I wish i could get a ticket to Oregan! This shop looks beautiful – so much I would buy!


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