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My dad has been sending boxes with spoons
and while I didn’t ask him, I’m sure that the ombré happened by accident.
Also, I love when you can tell which spoons came from the same tree.
Rise and Shine
I’d like to go here
Pumpkins by the truckload
Sarah Kersten’s kickstarter
This skirt looks nice
This clever from Heidi’s shop
We’re updating the shop again soon, join the list here
Maple syrup, pouring bowls & wild tea are back in stock
I like this photo Arden took
and I’d also like to move to Paris
We’re back to work at the studio.
My dad has started to send boxes again
and we’re slowly getting ready for the holidays.
That said, I’m not sure how it’s October already—
I’m still working on folders from July.
Also, young coconuts are amazing.
And I’ve started to cook from Tara’s forthcoming book, also amazing.
PHOTOS: Nikole Herriott
We’re updating! Watch for new items tomorrow, July 31th at 6pm EDT.
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We’ve got a few new pantry items on the way, find the first one here.
It’s the most delicious seashore honey, churned on the Gaspésie Pennisula in Québec.
It’s beautifully smooth with sweet floral notes and is made by the Trigaux & Potvin families.
Plus, our hand-dipped beeswax candles are back as well, find them here.
And we’re updating the shop really soon. Stay tuned!
NEW IN THE SHOP!
100% cotton kitchen towels illustrated by Lisa Rupp, available in black and white.
Made from natural cotton and complete with a perfect hanging loop.
Exclusive to Herriott Grace.
An HG shop update soon (join the list here),
new recipes on the way (including #3 from Tara, here’s #1 and #2)
and some new pantry items we’re really excited about!
this pool and this one
and this suit
also, this cake
and this hotel
I’ve been dreaming of putting my feet in the ocean.
Someplace tropical where the drinks come in hollowed out coconuts
and the sun is almost too hot.
Where the path to the beach is hardened from walking
and you always wear a bathing suit.
Where the leaves on the trees are big and shiny and very dark green.
Hopefully we’ll get to that soon but for now we’re working away at the studio.
Building cookie cutters, shipping packages and making pies.
That and dreaming about the Rosé in the fridge.
PHOTOS: Nikole Herriott
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