I have long admired Diane Keaton, not just as an actress but as a designer. I have followed her in Architectural Digest where she has been featured many times. In fact, I have recently discovered that the set design of a new NBC comedy, The New Normal, was inspired by her Spanish Colonial-style house in Bel Aire. I also read an article in the New York Times that she is designing tableware for Bed Bath and Beyond.
So, it is not surprising that with her impeccable taste the first word she said when she walked into Bon Boutique in Tucson was “Wow.” She liked what she saw so much that she wrote an article for Remodelista: Sourcebook for Considered Living. (See her article: http://remodelista.com/posts/a-treasure-trove-in-tucson)
I discovered Bon Boutique many years ago when I was editor of Tucson Lifestyle Home and Garden magazine and feel the same way Diane Keaton does about the store and owners, Bonnie and Crystal. They have hand-picked, wondrous items that you can’t find anywhere else.
I am very pleased to know that Sal del Mar is one of the items that Bon Boutique carries in their store and on-line, as well.
PS: I like to imagine that Diane Keaton walked into Bon Boutique and said Wow!” when she saw Sal del Mar artistically displayed in one of Bon’s hand-crafted woven baskets.
Check out Sal del Mar on Bon Boutique's website.