We had a great night at the Art Gallery of NSW last Wednesday, taking in the Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibition which is running until October 9th. As part of the Art Galleries vision to make art more accessible, they have established an Art After Hours program, in this case free drop in workshops […]
5 years ago we took the leap of faith and decided to open a bricks and mortor store in Annandale. Our business had grown too large to operate from home and our small warehouse was bursting at the seams, so after many months of seaching, we finally found our new home at 2-4 Nelson St.
Normally, we write our blogs about our set of products or activitiies that we are involved in. This time however, we are so inspired by one of our customers that we felt the need to highlight her very clever set of skills.
Vanessa Campbell recently came into our shop and showed us some photos’ of an Oilcloth Cupboard that she had “re-claimed” and fixed up. We loved it so much, we asked if we could share the pictures on our facebook page
At our Me Too Please bricks and mortar store in Sydney, we were lucky enough to be approached by super-talented designer, Amanda Garcia-Panetta.
In her fourth year studying Interior Design and Decoration at The Design Centre Enmore (Sydney Institute’s creative hub), Amanda presented us with a striking Frida Kahlo-inspired window design concept for the shop. Here’s Amanda’s visual proposal… talk about PERFECT
Love a great greeting card? So do we. At Me Too Please we have a beautiful selection of eye-catching, quirky cards. There’s something particularly special about these ones though; they’re our fair trade handcrafted cards from El Salvador, featuring lovely pressed wildflowers.
We’ve all got a mental list of our ‘most-memorable dishes’, right? Well it was during a sourcing trip to Mexico a few years ago that I tasted my number 1.
Lisa and I were about to order dinner at the superb W-Hotel in Mexico City (see the picture below, where every the bathroom has a hammock :-), when the Chicken Achiote caught my eye (probably because I’d never heard of it before).
Most people know Me Too Please as the home of Mexican Oilcloth in Australia, so we’re thrilled to announce a new addition to our fabric catalogue. We’re now exclusively stocking magnificent hand-loomed Mexican cotton, ideal for any form of upholstery.
Gorgeous, vibrant colours brought to life in textured, soft and durable 100% cotton, these traditionally produced materials have all been hand loomed by artisans in the Michoacán region of Western Mexico.
Just like the rest of the world, we LOVE having our pictures taken. Ahem. So we were quite amazed that Geoff of Hooper Lane Studios managed to make a photographic session at the Me Too Please store so much fun today!