TABLE TOP The newest home decor store to come to town, Hudson Grace— located in the Montecito Country Mart—is a product of the shared vision of Monelle Totah and Gary McNatton. Along with their original storefront in San Francisco’s Presidio Heights, the boutique features their signature white dinnerware, oversized serving pieces, glassware, and linen napkins in an array of 21 colors as well as a variety of other tabletop and decorative accessories of simple and quality design with strong European influence. Handpicked found objects—including vintage silver service pieces from hotels such as the Ritz, Savoy, and Connaught—also add a unique flair to the stores chic simplicity. –CHARLOTTE BRYAN T
LEFT TO RIGHT: Vintage hotel silver; signature dinnerware; owners Totah and McNatton.
HUDSON GRACE 1014 Coast Village Rd., Ste. F, Montecito, 805-565-9600, hudsongracesf.com.
SECOND TIME AROUND Montecito Treasures is a unique showroom specializing in residential estate furniture resale and appraisal. Cultivated under the eye of owner Lori Frisbie—who made her first antique purchase at age 16—the 2,000-square-foot, two-story warehouse offers a wide variety of styles and designs that brings buyers and sellers of quality furnishings together to discover pieces they truly love. Frisbie’s local, environmentally responsible business model stems from her two master’s degrees and her personal experience in becoming a concierge for customers looking to locate and promote the best items at fair prices. –CHARLOTTE BRYA NT
MONTECITO TREASURES 619 E. Gutierrez St., Santa Barbara, 805-6983420, montecitotreasures.com. TOP TO BOTTOM: Lori Frisbie; a verdigris flower urn.
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Jenni Kayne Home’s natural aesthetic.
A new addition to Montecito’s Upper Village shopping locale, Jenni Kayne Home offers everything one could need for a comfy, cozy abode. Items such as Caleb Siemon ceramics and Cire Trudon candles adorn the pearly white-pine shelves, enticing shoppers to reinvent their own expectations of interior design. The shop’s second floor also offers gifts for the baby’s room, including all-natural wooden building sets by Roy Toy and Tamar Mogendorff birdhouses. –CARLY BATES
JENNI KAYNE HOME 525 San Ysidro Rd., Montecito, 805-309-0560, jennikayne.com.
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