New Shop: Mignon Kitchen Co.

January 23, 2012 0


Do you know that feeling when you click on a link, a website pops open, and from the very first sight you know: I enjoy this, I love this, I so need to blog this! Well, that exactly happened yesterday when I clicked on the link to a very new online shop called Mignon Kitchen Co. I was reading the great Odessa May Blog of one of my US blogger friends, Jennifer Prince, and discovered this little gem. Now tell me, isn’t this sheer happiness for the eyes? Mignon means cute in French and yes, this shop and its products are more than just cute. 

Mignon is Seattle based and run by Rachel Ball with – I can tell – lots of passion and love for making and sharing food. Rachel also writes the beautiful Elephantine blog – check it for more enchanting inspiration. The shop carries a selection of curated goods for prepping, baking, serving and sharing food, from everyday tools to little indulgences. You will find an inspiring assortment of kitchen tools, pantry pretties, tabletop accessories and packaging ideas. 

I really love to discover beautiful new shops and websites and this one is a perfect example. Starting from the fantastic logo design and typography, the amazing product photography to the refined selection of products – this is exactly how an online shop should be. Thumbs up and triple like! What do you think, friends?

Photography via Mignon Kitchen Co.

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  • Reply Becky - Pretty Dandy January 23, 2012 at 23:50

    This is SO gorgeous! I want one of everything please!

  • Reply frauheuberg January 24, 2012 at 00:32

    lovley shop…wonderful treasures…wow…better it is in a forgein country…better for my purse…;)…really, really lovley shop…thanks for sharing and night, night…cheers and hugs…i…

  • Reply louly January 24, 2012 at 05:04

    Lovely shop and you’re right, nice logo and design for the online shop. It’s all cute and mignon means cute, so good name. I love the teardrop vase and it’s real cheap. So I thought I could order 3. But when I see an online shop, first thing I check is if they ship to Canada and if they do, how much it costs. It would cost $20. to ship one vase and $21. for three. I can’t help myself passing when shipping costs more than the actual item …

    • Reply Igor Josifovic January 24, 2012 at 09:25

      I know louly, that is always a shortcoming for international customers. For me it’s even worse – they don’t ship at all to Germany:-) But still, I enjoy browsing through a beautifully designed online shop! Have a great day!

  • Reply Shop Sweet Things with Jeanne January 24, 2012 at 08:39

    This shop is right up my alley! I also spot a lot of $20 goodness 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Igor!

  • Reply Will @ Bright.Bazaar January 24, 2012 at 10:05

    Such a top notch find! Adore the typography, the design, the photography, not to mention the oh so tempting products! My bank balance wants to have words with you, Mr. Happy!

  • Reply Collette Osuna January 24, 2012 at 11:42

    I feel the exact same way….Id surf the internet discovering all kinds of places all day if I had the time….:)
    Thanks for the intro, off to check them out now!
    A Lifestyle Blog where Fashion, Décor & Cooking “connect”

  • Reply Rike January 24, 2012 at 13:14

    Oh ja! Das kann ich zuuuu gut verstehen. Bin hin und weg!

  • Reply rachel January 24, 2012 at 16:55

    Hi Igor! Thank you so much for this wonderful post about my shop 🙂 I’m flattered! Also, I just wanted to mention that I will be adding Germany as a shipping destination very soon. Thanks again & best wishes!

    • Reply Igor Josifovic January 24, 2012 at 17:17

      Hi Rachel – well, I am flattered that you stopped by at my humble blog! Well, congrats again – I really love every bit of your shop! Great work! And YES for Germany as a new shipping destination!!!!

  • Reply LatteLisa LisaHjalt January 24, 2012 at 17:40

    oh yeah, I definitely know that feeling! Love this, it’s so mignon! (This will be my new French slang.)

    PS. About that French house I posted. I thought about telling people that they would need plenty of cash for the bringing-France-home equation. Then I thought: why ruin the dream for them? 😉

    • Reply Igor Josifovic January 24, 2012 at 19:05

      Hahah love this, Lisa!! Well, aren’t all our blogs a bit about dreaming?!

  • Reply Lauren January 25, 2012 at 00:35

    I don’t know if I should thank you or curse you for introducing me to this site. So, thank you, darn it! Looks wonderful. Really!

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