If you love entertaining or just enjoy a cozy night in with a cheese board and a glass of wine, then you’re our kind of people! Inspired at a party we hosted last fall featuring a giant 45 inch cheese board, we decided to pursue cheese boards as part of our collection.
Sleek and simple is how we’d describe these beautiful paddle serving boards from Faire & Goodwin. Handmade with locally sourced turning blank lumber from maple trees, each board is hand cut from one single solid piece of soft maple, sanded to a super silky texture, and finally coated with Mahoney’s 100% pure walnut oil for a soft finish, which is completely food safe.
The boards are designed to be used on either side and can be hung with twine strung through a small hole in the paddle handle. We currently have three available, so snag one for your upcoming spring soirées or a Valentine’s Day gift for your food loving partner.
We have been hard at work in our wood shop designing and making some new floating shelves for you! Our latest collection features all sets of two, perfect for framing your desk, fireplace, hutch, or hanging vertically on an accent wall. This particular set here also boasts a thinner edge line than our last collection, […]
Marble counters, tables, floors, and more seem to be all the rage these days even though its use in art and construction, especially in Europe, has spanned thousands of years. Our latest floating shelves couldn’t help but remind us of the soft, gradual lines of a marble slab, which is why we had to feature them this […]
Time for a little update from the wood shop block! Jody has been spending a lot of time designing and making quite the collection of floating shelves, including a few sets of beautiful cherry live edge shelves. The wood comes from locally sourced turning blank lumber, which he then hand cut, tapered, and sanded to a super […]
Minimalism has been consuming our minds. As we head into spring, albeit weeks early, we can’t help but feel the same way about shedding our winter layers as we dream about lightening up our living spaces. Trying to live happily with less stuff, but among things that bring us most joy. Appreciating timeless over trendy, delicate over intricate, and quality over quantity. These are some of the guiding principles we are putting into our wood work. This week, we’re excited to share these lovely cherry wood floating shelves we’ve designed and made in our wood shop. The wood comes from locally sourced turning blank lumber, which we then hand cut, tapered, and sanded to a super silky texture, and finally coated with a clear tung oil for a soft finish.
At the start of this new year, Pinterest released its list of top 100 trends for 2016, and as far as home interiors go, grey walls has climbed towards the top of the list. I happen to love the color grey. Neither black nor white, but a spectrum in between, it’s non-commitall but makes a statement.
With the popularity of Pinterest still on the rise since launching in 2010, planning a wedding or special event has never been more accessible or imaginative. In fact, in a 2014 study, 70% of Pinterest users had created wedding-centric boards on the platform before even getting engaged. (Thank you, Secret Boards!) Not surprisingly, when it came time to actually planning a wedding, about 50% of Pinners decided they needed to be more realistic when it came time to doing those DIY pins. It’s true, planning a wedding is not easy, and nobody knows that better than an event planner. Shi-Shi Events shares some tips on getting the most out of an event planner and her predictions for wedding trends in 2016.