Posts Tagged ‘interior shops’
Gloriously simple products. Gloriously simple photography.
Herriot Grace is a father daughter business.
Lance & Nikole Herriott live 3400 kilometers apart: his workshop is in Victoria, British Columbia, & her studio is in Toronto. When Nikole first made her home more than halfway across the country, they started to send packages back & forth.
In some of those packages, Lance began to include his own hand carved spoons. Nikole knew they were something special. And with that, Herriott Grace was born.
In the three years since, their small shop has grown to selling an array of hand carved & hand turned wooden objects, including spoons, bowls, rolling pins, plates, & mortar & pestle sets. All one of a kind & made of salvaged, chemical-free, wood. None are exactly the same. None are perfect. But the slight imperfections are an effect of the handmade quality. Sound familiar?
They’ve also sell porcelain dishware, cast in small runs & boast the rustic, tactile, beauty for which their brand is known. They also make, by hand, kitchen linens, cake flags, birthday candles, beeswax salve & cookie cutters.
Very Coulson Macleod…
And this is their product display furniture…
We’re liking the look of this industrial/vintage shop. And they’ll be stocking lots of Coulson Macleod art. Guaranteed to be a success then!
No, this is not an old photograph. It’s a shop. That’s selling its wares right now.
Created by chef & photographer Alastair Hendy (pictured above in staff uniform), Hendy’s Home Store in Hastings, East Sussex, is like nowhere else, in this century at least.
Selling both old & new utilitarian products for the home, all of which are simple and functional, Hendy’s Home Store is located in a three-storey Georgian town house, the restoration of which took three years.
Right, a trip to Hastings it is then.
Today Coulson Macleod Loves Fine Little Day.
Based in Sweden, Fine Little Day was founded in 2007 by artist Elisabeth Dunker. We particularly love these cushions, birch tea towel & matches, hot water bottle, & chopping board. Basically anything in soft grey. Fine Little Day’s goal is, to the greatest extent possible, to produce by methods that are both fair to people and environmentally friendly.
Very Coulson Macleod.
And Fine Little Day offer free worldwide shipping.