Bookhou's Alphabet

When I was in Toronto last winter I had hoped to pop in and check out Bookhou's new brick and mortar shop. Unfortunately, it was closed and all I could do was take a cold snowy picture of the outside. This time however, they were open! My mom had been waiting all this time to go so that we could go together - yay! The store looks great - well worth the wait! Partners, John Booth and Arounna Khounnoraj, did a beautiful job converting their storefront into a place to feature their wood, felt and linen work. I was absolutely flattered when Arounna remember the post I did on Bookhou last November. Above is Bookhou's Alphabet, an original design laser cut on 1/4 inch birch plywood. It looks so pretty hanging in my mom's loft.

visit the shop:

798 dundas street west

toronto, ontario m6j 1v1

1 comment:

  1. Ohh I like that. However, anything would look good hanging in your mom's loft. She could hang a human head and people would count it as a Chic chandellier.
    True story.


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