Thoughtfully Considered

Welcome to our journal series entitled, 'Thoughtfully Considered.' This series shares a little peek into the lives of inspiring women who embody what it looks like to live lives of thoughtfulness, as it pertains to their careers, homes, families, and passions.

Anna Lambert

In floristry, one must be creative with the ingredients you have, trust your instincts and don’t follow a strict flower
recipe per se, find ways to use left over flowers and foliage, source local and seasonal ingredients when
you can, invest time in ingredient preparation and planning; and finally experience the positive benefits
from the happy recipients receiving your creations.

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  • Anna Engstroem

    Collecting vintage pieces has always been a big interest of mine ever since I was a child. Vieille started of as an online vintage shop (Vieille means old in French) so most pieces are inspired by timeless vintage pieces. I love browsing though old collections to see if I can draw any inspiration from them. Right now I’m super inspired of timeless pieces created in the 90s.

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  • Fanny Olsthoorn

    In all aspects of  my life, I seek for the elimination of excess, to create serenity. It’s about calming down and  being able to focus on the essentials.

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  • Sophie Lynge

    I am most passionate about giving my boys the most wonderful childhood possible and raising really kind and thoughtful human beings that care about world and the environment.

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  • Deb Barnes

    I have been a hippy, a biker, a partier, entrepreneur and am now a senior still working. I’ve been a tour guide, vacuum cleaner salesman, parking patrol officer, private eye, animal photographer, actor and casting director, and always an explorer of the mind.
    No job or part of my life has ever truly defined me.

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  • Danielle Cyr

    Behind the curation of beautiful home goods is really a deep desire to help others nurture a connection to moments rather than things, to foster a‘feeling’ of home rather than a ‘style’ of home-like how a beautiful wooden dish brush can accompany a contemplative, quiet moment at the kitchen sink or how a linen tablecloth can serve as a backdrop to a shared meal with loved ones.

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