Shibori Dye at Mignonne

If you don't know already, Mignonne Decor has some deep ties to France, and this September we are launching LUSH Getaways, a bed and breakfast retreat in Bartome, France. Lush Getaways isn't just a bed & breakfast but a retreat where different makers will come to teach their specialty. This September, LUSH Getaways will be featuring photography lessons by photographer Ashley Batz, and chef Abigail Hitchcock (owner of Manhattans Camaje restaurant) where she will be preparing dishes and lessons. We invited Candace C.Peters (a designer at Levis and lover of indigo) to the shop this past Sunday to give interested guests a little taste of what we do at LUSH Getaways. It was so fun to learn this f

Bar Talk

As usual, new things are popping up at the shop and our barware section is fully stocked. It is so fun to see all the vintage goodies that would make a perfect and unique addition to you're personal bar. Don't have a personal bar? We just found the perfect one! This beautiful antique bar features plenty of storage space and can be the hub for any house party. Not sure what to stock your bar with? A vintage set of glassware, a vintage bottle opener, or some fun shot glasses can make great conversation starters, plus add a bit of character and individuality to your bar. Check out our different collections below: Cocktail, Martini, and Margarita Glassware Whiskey Glasses Decanters Flasks Shot G


As many of you may know, I am over the moon to have co-founded LUSH Getaways ( with two amazing women. My mother, for one, who is a long time resident of France, and will be sharing lots of knowledge of the Dordogne region, she now calls home with us. It's there that she runs our sister shop / design boutique: The Bohemians. You can check her out @thebohemiansfrance & her website ( We have also partnered with the amazing Jabulile Dayton, who is an avid traveler and makes magic happen in the SFBayArea and SOCal with her HR Firm. You can check her out @jabulile & France has become an extension of who I am, because it's always pla