Herriott Grace :: The Herriott Grace story is about a father and his daughter, Lance and Nikole Herriott. Lance is a masterful craftsman and Nikole is a talented creative – a pastry chef /designer /ceramicist /stylist /photographer.
The craftsmanship in their wood products is amazing, and the product photography is so beautiful.
What an heart warming tale.
When Nikole Herriott moved 2,100 miles away from home in Victoria, British Columbia, to Toronto her dad,
Lance, a woodworker, began to send packages to his daughter as a way to stay in touch.
Occasionally, he would include one of the small wooden spoons he hand carved. Nikole loved them and thought others would, too. So together, the father and daughter began Herriott Grace.
The Herriott Grace online shop has grown into a full housewares line (the hand-carved pieces made by Lance sell out as quickly as he can make them), and Nikole writes the popular blog Forty-sixth at Grace, where her beautiful photography documents her forays into the kitchen. The full story is here and you can see a sneak peek of Nikole’s Toronto home here.