Coconut Hibiscus Body Scrub with Organic Sugar at Oregon Body and Bath is ultra-gentle and guaranteed not to sting or irritate freshly shaven skin. Made with organic cane sugar and organic soybean oil, this natural scrub gently cleanses, lifts away dull skin and deeply moisturizes to leave your skin glowing. And unlike other scrubs, it won't separate or create an oily mess in the shower. Do yourself a favor and try this incredibly indulgent treat!
The Scent: An intoxicating mix of mandarin, hibiscus blossom and apricot, blended with pure coconut - resulting in a soft, tropical fragrance that will have you dreaming of vacation.
Candy Hearts Crew Neck at LuLu's Bend Boutique
Super soft, lightweight and airy, this boxy fit cropped top wears like a tee and is super flattering. Rows of rainbow hearts are knit across the body. The wide, feminine neckline is offset by the dropped shoulder and slouchy body, with fitted sleeves.
60% cotton, 40% acrylic
Machine Washable Gentle with WOOLITE Gentle soap.
Peterson Contemporary Art Gallery is the foremost CONTEMPORARY art gallery in the heart of Bend, Oregon located in a great basement space down the stairs off Oregon Ave.
They strive to cultivate a welcoming environment and to connect artists and the public. The gallery is a modern dream, encouraging the creative development of artists through all different kinds of mediums and influences.
They currently have over nineteen different artists located all over the country as well Japan, to help us achieve this goal of creative development.
The piece to the right is by Robert Schlegel.
If you are anything like me (and half the other people living in Bend), you've been enjoying these beautiful sunny days outdoors playing, running, skiing, hiking - and loving our Central Oregon landscape. This top from FootZone is the perfect addition to your wardrobe - and you'll look great in it - whatever you're doing in the outdoors!
Nike Women’s Element 1/2 Zip Top – Sea Blue
The Nike Element Crew returns with an updated design that’s made using recycled materials. An all-new sleeve features a window that lets you easily check your watch. Use it as a midlayer, first layer or on its own. This product is made with at least 75% recycled polyester fabric.
About Lone Crow Bungalow
Lone Bungalow owner Rebecca Chase reflects back on her rustic cabin on Camano Island with a smile, having spent countless summers and vacations on Juniper Beach in the picturesque Pacific Northwest town. Several years working as a wholesale rep for gift shops across the Pacific Northwest and Alaska gave Rebecca insight into owning a shop of her own, and when Lone Crow Bungalow came up for sale, Rebecca knew it was kismet.
The longstanding downtown Bend business is known for handcrafted goods. As the new owner, Rebecca has embraced the shop’s history while weaving in new artisans and makers from across the country. Come see what’s new.
Yala Delia Nightgown at Oregon Body & Bath
The Delia gown guarantees sweet dreams. The swingy style complements every body, and details such as the pin tucks in front and soft keyhole opening in back add unique flair.
Above knee length.
Bamboo Viscose Jersey
95% Viscose from Bamboo | 5% Spandex
Sewn Where Sourced
Low Impact Dyes
Small Sewing Floor
Oeko-Tex 100 certified
This week, we're excited to feature this Snake Print Maxi Dress by Miss Me from Desperado Boutique on Bond Street in Downtown Bend.
Get what you want in this stylish maxi dress with a smocking neck and ribbed waistline. 100% Polyester. Machine wash gentle/cold, no bleach. Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Warm iron, if needed. Click here to purchase.
Desperado captivates a bohemian inspired wardrobe to fit any lifestyle. Featuring a vast array or clothing, footwear, accessories and gifts for women, men, & baby at a broad price point with outstanding customer service. Stop in to increase your versatile wardrobe, while receiving expert styling.
We are in love with this tree ring art print at Found Natural Goods in Downtown Bend! This 372 year old tree Sitka Spruce from Oregon Coast is printed on three 24x36 inch panels and signed by artist Erik Linton.
"When you buy one of these tree ring prints, you’re getting an actual handmade woodcut print, not something printed from a machine. That’s because I consider each a work of art that is as unique as the tree I make them from. I also don’t believe in cutting down trees to make my art. I travel to meaningful places to find wood from previously fallen trees. In a way, I’m just publishing the story of a place as written by a tree over decades and sometimes hundreds of years. I sign each print because I stand by my work. If you’re not happy with the artwork I will give you a full refund, no questions asked." - Erik Linton, Artist.