*** Addition information, as of March 18, 2014.
This company has changed it’s name, but has also been a very negative experience for many buyers. I suggest you read more in the comments below.
Found out about these fabulous customizable cutting boards from WoodInk via Vanessa‘s (personnal) Facebook page. How wonderful!
From meat cuts to cutting grids to chevrons and more, at least one of these babies will pierce your heart and you’ll WANT IT NOW. For sure.
Filed under Food, Handmade
Talk about flashy perfect color combos! Nicole Porter‘s wood vessels are turned from single planks, then painted and sealed with non-toxic film. Perfect fruit bowls or serving platters, yeah?
And those spoons could totally be hung on an art wall (seriously considering it…)! SO PRETTY! :)
With a passion for making simple utilitarian objects, Shelley of Vitrified Studio created fabulous ceramic and stoneware pottery pieces that will fit any kitchen or dining room.
I love the organic shapes, low key colors and practical quality of everything from this Portland shop! GO! :)
Linen is their play field, and the kitchen is where they find most of their inspiration. Knock Knock offers aprons and tea towels, along with placemats and coasters, all made with beautifully rich linen fabric.
Also check out their fable bio! SO cute! :)
Loving the little color touches on these Silver Pine Woodwork carved utensils and bowls! So simple, yet so special.
Geez! I’m totally in a concrete phase again. Such a beautiful material for any modern looking space!
Here is some products offered by Culinarium! The name says it, the shop is leaning towards the kitchen, or food related wares. HOT!
This is for the screen-printing lovers!
Over at Knife in the Water, you’ll find mostly tea towels, but also a few pieces of clothing, all screen-printed with great designs, which turn out to be statements by the way of understating. Yep! :)
Can’t get enough of their pictures, too! Lovely setups!!