polka dot junction represents the illustrative work of L.A. Baker. The products on the site are a great fit for coffee houses, tea shops and wineries.
Editor’s Note: I originally connected with L.A. Baker through twitter. I remember at the time thinking how well some of her designs would look on the café tables I help manufacturer. However, after learning more about her, her illustrations and the storyline of polka dot junction I had to get involved her project. I really think she has something special happening on her website which includes the interesting storyline of polka dot junction. My hope is that you too will take the time to enjoy her work and experience the fun and interesting narrative of polka dot junction. You will notice that the proper name polka dot junction is lowercase. That is part of the style on her website and carried into this article.
For those who haven’t visited the polka dot junction website know that much of her work goes well in coffee houses and tea shops. For example, the junction’s decorative pillows and towels can help to create an eclectic atmosphere feel; giving that special area you are decorating a special decor. Also, many of their small products like their mugs and plates would make a nice addition to your gift shop area. Their products might be what you see first when you visit the site, what will keep you and others coming back is the unique storyline of polka dot junction.
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