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There are artists who practice method acting and then there’s Jennifer Garner. The lead in Apple TV’s new series The Last Thing He Told Me, based on Laura Dave’s thriller novel, has been embodying her character, woodturner Hannah Hall, so much that she’s started posting on Instagram as her. Most recently, she walks through Hall’s gallery showcasing “her” work before breaking character to comment on a large bowl that she “actually really loves.” Unfortunately, Hall’s pieces don’t appear to be for purchase (although Garner herself has been taking lessons from pro woodworker Aaron Hauser, so only time will tell), but if you’re looking to add a bit of warmth to your space, here are four items you can shop now.
For Serving Summer Salads
Whether you’re making lunch for two or 20, you’ll find the perfect fit amongst this collection of solid cherry nesting bowls, available in 12, 15, or 17 inch widths.
For Your Favorite Spices
Add some spice to your table setting (literally) with this salt sphere. Available in walnut or maple, the swivel lid and a stackable fluted base combo is perfect for storing finishing salts, pepper, or seasoning blends.
For Setting The Mood
Next to the bed, on a stack of books, or at the center of a dining table, this mahogany taper holder is a feel-good addition to any space. It’s sustainably harvested and hand-crafted with care by artisans in Guatemala.
For Decluttering the Foyer
A beautiful shallow bowl is part of Jeremiah Brent’s no-fail formula for keeping your entryway tidy. There’s no excuse for keys, sunglasses, and wallets to end up elsewhere when there’s a landing place like this at the front door.
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