From time to time we like to feature things and places we like and todays post is about one of our favourite places - Fistral beach.
Handmade with love and just a tang of sea air, the Saltwood hearts are the ultimate in upcycled gifts, beautiful to behold, kind on the environment and handcrafted to last a lifetime. Read More
So the countdown begins to Valentine’s Day, only 22 more sleeps to go!
Happy New Year from us all at Saltwood... Read More
2016 has been such a rush for us at Saltwood.
With the Christmas Season definitely upon us we are really busy here at Saltwood!
We like to think we carve a mean pumpkin here at Saltwood!
With the nights getting darker and winter just around the corner that means one thing – it’s almost All Hallows’ Eve not to mention the new season of Walking Dead Read More
…and, well, you probably know the rest of the song lyrics. Let’s just hope the sky doesn’t get really grey for a while yet. Read More
Building on the success of our whitewash hearts we’ve extended the idea and created a series of colourwash driftwood hearts Read More
On a recent Saltwood trip to the coastal B&Q, aka the beach to collect driftwood we couldn't help but admire these 'beach huts'.
We’re totally thrilled to say that we were invited to feature in the May issue of Reloved Magazine: the bible for shabby chic and up-cycling Read More
If you’re an e-tailer like Saltwood there’s a fair chance that taking your business out into the ‘real world’ and meeting and greeting the Great British public in the flesh at a craft fair or pop-up shop will both fascinate and terrify you in equal measure Read More
Here at Saltwood from time to time we like to give you a behind the scenes peak at the creative process that goes into new products Read More
Does the thought of gift shopping for Valentines cause you to break out in a cold sweat... Read More
The vogue nowadays seems to be that companies need a creation story, the more imaginative the better..
The driftwood forest is complete!
It's been a long time coming but we're pleased to say the new website for Saltwood is now done and dusted...