I’ve hit the jackpot lately with some great foodie finds. I scored each of these as we were out and about as a family on the weekends at pop-up shops and the Brooklyn Flea. It’s impossible for me to resist smart handcrafted products that encompass my passion for food!
This lovely print is from Claudia Pearson who sells at the Brooklyn Flea each weekend in addition to her website. She an amazing illustrator that has prints in all different sizes and sells her great designs screen printed on dish towels and even on Swedish cutting boards. I really like her aesthetic and couldn’t pass up this print of kitchen essentials. We also picked up this print and this one for Ollie’s room.
Knot and Bow is a beautifully curated collection of stationary goods and when I saw these gold stamped pencils with classic food phrases on them I couldn’t resist. Writing is always more fun when your pencil reads Mac & Cheese.
I finally picked up an A.Heirloom state cutting board. I’ve had my eye on these for a while now and finally took the plunge at a pop-up shop at West Elm. I love the bamboo wood and think that this is a great multi-purpose item for the kitchen. I might use one side for small cutting jobs and the other for only presentation like a beautiful cheese platter. Their story is a good one. I can’t wait to add a Utah board to my cutting board collection someday.
Have you come across any great finds lately?!