What’s In Store at Totokaelo’s Art and Object

By Laura Cassidy June 20, 2012 Published in the July 2012 issue of Seattle Met

Taste-making women’s boutique Totokaelo went from a tiny spot on Western Avenue to a two-story, 7,000-square-foot showroom next to the Oddfellows Building on Capitol Hill. What’s in store? Intergalactic neo natural home decor, and lots more high style.

Organic, hand-felted Navajo-Churro wool rug by Seattle artist Ashley Helvey (price available upon request). Habidecor bath mat ($176). Cotton Fouta towels by Scents and Feel ($18–$80). Phillip Low Lucite sculpture ($700). Cast concrete desktop vanity by Faux Real ($350). Hakusan by Mori porcelain cups ($24 each). Nestled, stackable stoneware bowls by Adónde ($16–$80). Hand-pinched porcelain bowl by Copenhagen artist Susanne Harder ($154). Mixed material pillow by A Détacher ($253). Vintage kilim rug pillow by Commune ($324–$600). Ten 10 Design leather-top stool ($525). Traditional Edo-era Japanese wood puzzle in oak ($34). Dries Van Noten shoes from Totokaelo women’s archives. Totokaelo, 1523 10th Ave, Capitol Hill, 206-623-3582;

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