Kitchen & Dining Accessories

Quality dining essentials for upscale entertaining or simply everyday use.




Table Linens

Placemats and table runners designed to add texture, warmth, and style to your place settings.  Easy care instructions help add an easy living lifestyle to your entertaining.




Elevate your warm beverage routine with these beautiful vessels.

Dishwasher and microwave safe.



Georgian Bay Boards

Made by hand in Stayner, Ontario.

Handcrafted to last for generations! Georgian Bay Boards® are functional epoxy art pieces designed to be used for serving charcuterie or cheese. All boards are handmade from sustainably-harvested, kiln-dried live edge wood that is local to Georgian Bay.

Safe for direct food contact all boards are coated using nut-free, food-safe & eco-friendly products.  The artisan advises that these boards are not suitable for hot items.  Each board is priced individually based on size, wood species and artwork.



Keith Watson - Wood Artisan 

Created in Cameron, Ontario

Keith Watson, brings together woodworking and art to make beautiful and timeless pieces.   Each handcrafted wood piece possesses unique characteristics, colour and style.  No two pieces are alike.



Clayworks Pottery 

Hand made in Nobel, Ontario

Inspired by the natural world, Jodie Hames’ pottery is an exploration of colour and texture.  Her upbringing in Parry Sound is visible, through her use of colour and the Jack pine tree as a motif.  Handcrafted in small batches and the serendipity aspects of clay ensure every piece is original. We recommend an in-person look at our current selection.



An exploration in shape and simplicity!

When creating functional pieces, Sharon considers not just the form but also the function of a vessel.  A well designed mug, with a comfortable handle and balanced shape, will be good in the hand and a pleasure to use, thus enriching everyday life.  Sharon's pottery reflects her vision for each piece, but even when the vision is the same, each piece is a little bit different from the next. What someone might call an irregularity, is really the result of the process of making something entirely by hand.

Hand made in the Kawartha Lakes, Ontario