I was introduced to Honey Boards through my longtime childhood friend Julie Soefer, who is one of the most talented photographers I know. After working with Annie Lebowitz and being a natural behind the lens (as she proved in high school), how could she not be. Julie shot that amazing picture above, posted it on her Instagram, and this little southern girl who loves to entertain melted into her iPhone.
A little investigation led to learn about the company.
Honey Boards, are made from cypress knees of trees that have been cut down for lumber by a cute couple in Louisiana. They come in all shapes and sizes and their price point is reasonable. Unfortunately, since they’re all hand-crafted and one of a kind, they’re often sold out! See what’s available here.
According to their instagram @honeyboards, VERY SOON, we will be able to find them in West Elm. However, I’m the kind of girl who likes to go to the source.
What I love most about this serving platter is that I would (and will as soon as I buy one) use it as a decorative piece where I could see it and smile daily.
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