vintage kitchen accouterment.


one of my favorite things to collect is vintage kitchen accouterment. wooden bowls, bread & cheese boards, white ironstone, crockware, pitchers and pottery — it all looks really great together when displayed on kitchen countertops and open shelving. i always keep my eye out for vintage treasures, but when i can’t get to the flea market i go hunting on chairish... 
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because everything they do is magic.


i love herriott grace. everything the canadian father-daughter woodworking and design team creates is of the finest taste, and stunning in its simplicity. not to mention the presentation — their photos are a work of art unto themselves. Lance lives in Victoria, and sends his handmade goods to Nikole in Toronto where she styles and photographs the pieces, and together... 
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spoon fed.


i love this story. a daughter has a very handy dad that makes beautiful wooden spoons. she loves his spoons, and convinces him to share them with the world, with people who appreciate handcrafted, treasured, and very special works of art. thus, a little online shop of all things wood is born: herriott grace. lovely, simple and utterly gorgeous wooden things like spoons, rolling... 
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guest post: skinny laminx.

this lovely guest post is brought to you by heather moore of skinny laminx. [ book of spoons ] Not long after I’d started blogging, my husband was given Jasper Morrison’s Book of Spoons, which had me digging out all our spoons to photograph them. [ Skinny laMinx ] This seemed to start lots of other people off on the same craze, and soon there were spoons pics... 
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