I've always been drawn to a fuss-free tablescape. A few beautiful entertaining pieces that I treasure and blooms clipped straight from the garden and I'm a happy girl...
When it comes to decking my table seasonally, to be honest, I am a creature of habit. I perpetually utilize woven things and warm neutral hues because I like to let nature and the bites do the talking. I invest in pieces that are versatile and timeless so anything I grab for just works.
I had fun capturing how I styled a ladies lunch recently, featuring some gems from Hudson | Grace, a longtime favorite in San Francisco! Their selection is the epitome of timeless classics. Walking into their shop is like a warm hug. Think dim ambiance, the scent of a verbena and basil candle burning, a stack of decadent wooden cutting boards, lush linens, beautiful design books... it's a special retreat. I ended up frequenting when living in the city and it quickly became a go-to to collect home goods, gifts for friends, and add to my holiday wish lists each year, too.
I rounded up some favorites from them at the moment that I think would make such a thoughtful gift... if you're local and haven't been, I recommend grabbing a coffee from As Quoted and pop in to browse! Magical over there this time of year xx
Always love their signature hurricane vessels. So timeless and classic .Their H|G Candles are such a nice touch, too!
Marble Wine Holder
The most beautiful wine chiller I have come across. Always excited to whip this out when hosting friends over...
Glass Vase Hurricane
When I saw this, I had to have it! The charming molten details and glass legs. Makes for such a lovely vase or hurricane. It comes in a smaller size, too!
Smitten with these! My ideal placemat that I will use for every season... for years to come.
Such beauties. We needed some glasses for bigger reds, these make for such a lovely gift for the wine lovers.
H}G Larder Board
On my list! Such a stunning accent to your kitchen counter...
Horn Salad Servers
The color of these are just magic. ALWAYS love the idea of gifting servingware to friends who love to open their home often to loved ones.
Love gifting textiles that I know will be loved and used aplenty. Something that people can never have enough of...