San Francisco-based Hudson Grace - whose motto is "everything you need to entertain graciously" - has opened its first East Coast store, and East End hostesses with the mostest will be thrilled to learn the brand selected Sag Harbor for the outpost.
"We are honored to open our first East Coast location in Sag Harbor, New York," Monelle Totah and Gary McNatton, Co-founders and Proprietors, Hudson Grace, relayed. "We're all about gracious entertaining and believe the brand is a natural fit for the East Coast's 'modern classic' style."
The Sag Harbor store will feature a variety of hosting and home essentials - from eye-catching decor to simple tabletop must-haves - such as vibrant barware, the Montauk collection - which encompasses a variety of hand-painted plateware adorn with sea life, kitchen essentials, hand-dyed Belgian linens perfect for a beach picnic, and so much more.
"The store features a curated collection of quintessential modern serveware, dinnerware, glassware, flatware, linens, candles and entertaining essentials," Totah explained. "Our brand is known for creating original designs, and sourcing vintage one-of-a-kinds, the combination of the two will uniquely make your house a home."
"With an elevated but approachable feel, consumers who visit the Sag Harbor store will discover high-quality products ranging from distinctive decor to simple tabletop essentials for everyday life," McNatton added.
For summer 2020, Hudson Grace enlisted fashion illustrator, Richard Haines to create a selection of sketches highlighting iconic symbols of coastal summer that are featured on Hudson Grace plates, aprons, napkins, towels, and more.
"We look forward to introducing our offerings to the Hamptons, where New Yorkers love to relax and entertain," Totah and McNatton added.
Hudson Grace is located at 17 Washington Street in Sag Harbor. For more information, visit hudsongracesf.com.
Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com