Hudson | Grace

July 11, 2013

Never in my life have I had a sudden urge to buy cheese boards, table linens, and dinnerware until the day Sally and I walked into Hudson Grace in San Francisco. You might remember us mentioning the store last November after we had been to SF for Victoria’s wedding… Another San Fran blogger, Caitlin, tipped us off to visiting the recently opened store and I think we may have spent over an hour there, leaving with some big bags to carry on our flight home. This week Hudson Grace launched their online store—I don’t think I need to tell you…

Never in my life have I had a sudden urge to buy cheese boards, table linens, and dinnerware until the day Sally and I walked into Hudson Grace in San Francisco. You might remember us mentioning the store last November after we had been to SF for Victoria’s wedding… Another San Fran blogger, Caitlin, tipped us off to visiting the recently opened store and I think we may have spent over an hour there, leaving with some big bags to carry on our flight home. This week Hudson Grace launched their online store—I don’t think I need to tell you how excited I am.

Both of the owners, Monelle Totah and Gary McNatton, were in the store at the time we were so we got to hear the vision for Hudson Grace straight from the brainchildren while they helped us pick our candles and napkin colors. I won’t go into detail about their amazing backgrounds, (you can read all about it here) but I will tell you that what they have is something special and different. The view they have of entertaining and tabletop is one that’s simplistic but rich with quality. While the online site doesn’t have everything that the store does there is a great selection of the tabletop items, serving and entertaining pieces, linens, HG candles (we have this one! so good), and a few of their “favorite” items.

Find the store in Presidio Heights next time you’re in SF and shop online for now!

(All images via Hudson Grace)

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