We’re Excited to be Back in Bury St Edmunds

posted on August 8th, 2016 by Laura

Seasalt Bury St Edmunds

After eight weeks of interior design, planning approvals, building work, unique craft work, painting and visual merchandising, our beautifully refurbished shop in Bury St Edmunds has transformed! We’re so excited to be back in this welcoming and historic market town. Here’s a sneak peek at the process. Read the rest of this entry »

Seasalt at Port Eliot Festival 2016

posted on August 8th, 2016 by Nikki

Seasalt at Port Eliot 2016

We had an unforgettable time at Port Eliot Festival last weekend!

Down by the river, the sound of traditional sea shanty singing filled the air in our Fisherman’s Yard, while our series of inspiring workshops, with special guest artists, celebrated the best of our Cornish maritime and artistic heritage. Read the rest of this entry »

6 Things Not To Miss At Port Eliot Festival

posted on July 28th, 2016 by Laura

Seasalt's Fisherman's Yard at Port Eliot Festival Cornwall

We’ve been looking forward to this year’s Port Eliot Festival since we packed up our Fisherman’s Yard at last year’s festival! Our Fisherman’s Yard is back again this year, and after a long few days of setting it all up, it’s looking pretty great.

Aside from all our workshops, storytelling and shanty singing we’re also looking forward to getting out and exploring the festival.

Here are our top 6 things not to miss…

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Behind The Scenes On Our Summer Harvest Photoshoot

posted on July 22nd, 2016 by Laura

The Seasalt photography team explored Trenouth Farm for July's photoshoot

We love getting out and about finding locations for our photoshoots. Our most recent shoot took us to a farm near Padstow, where we spent the day capturing our latest collection inspired by the golden days of a Cornish summer, bountiful Cornish harvests and bright, golden wheat fields.  Read the rest of this entry »

We’ve Done It! Jubilee Pool Officially Reopens

posted on July 19th, 2016 by Laura

Jubilee Pool Lido, Penzance | Seasalt Cornwall

Jubilee Pool in Penzance holds a special place in our hearts. Some of us learned to swim in the lido, many of us have swum in the pool and sunbathed on the side, Neil even used to clean the pool between seasons when he was at college, and one of our very first Seasalt photoshoots took place there.
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Introducing Emma Spurgin Hussey | Port Eliot Festival Storyteller

posted on July 15th, 2016 by Laura




We’re excited to announce that Emma Spurgin Hussey will be joining us at Port Eliot festival this year!

Emma is an actor, playwright, director, workshop leader and also played Mrs Zacky Martin in the BBC’s hit series Poldark. She’ll be performing an assortment of traditional Tea Time Tales in our Fisherman’s Yard. So join us, grab a cushion and enjoy an afternoon of storytelling.

Find out all about what we’ll be up to at Port Eliot Festival

Introducing Figurehead | Port Eliot Festival Shanty Singers

posted on July 15th, 2016 by Laura


All-female a capella group Figurehead will be performing in our Fisherman’s Yard at Port Eliot Festival this year. Based in Cornwall, the group share a mutual love of traditional shanty songs and we can’t wait to hear them sing.

Join us at the festival, relax in a deckchair and listen to our local sea shanty singers perform their songs of the sea.

Find out all about what we’ll be up to at Port Eliot Festival

Crab Apple Jelly Recipe

posted on July 14th, 2016 by Laura

AW16 Glost Dress in Crabapple Indigo | Seasalt Cornwall

Wild crab apple trees are a regular feature along Cornwall’s hedgerows. Their pinky-white blossom appears in spring, and by the late summer months the trees are teaming with fruit. A humble and often over-looked fruit, the crab apple is great for cooking with. Sharp and bitter in taste, they don’t make for the best mid-afternoon snack, but they do make incredible preserves. They’re also known for being an excellent source of pectin meaning they’re the perfect fruits for first time jelly-makers.

Try your hand at our delicious crab apple jelly… Read the rest of this entry »

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Introducing Sarah Dennis | Port Eliot Festival Make & Take Artist

posted on July 13th, 2016 by Nikki

Sarah Dennis

Sarah is a paper cut artist and illustrator, who uses nature as the primary source of inspiration for her work. Sarah’s beautiful work combines traditional paper cutting with collage.

Learn the techniques of paper cutting and craft your own beautiful nautical design.

Find out all about our Port Eliot workshops

Introducing Riannon Selcuk | Port Eliot Festival Make & Take Artist

posted on July 13th, 2016 by Nikki

Riannon Selcuk

Using giant artisanal wooden knitting needles and chunky contemporary yarns, Riannon runs I Make Knots, chunky knit and crochet workshops. She’s a dab hand at knitting, crocheting, weaving and macramé, and makes really jazzy necklaces, bags and baskets.

Join Riannon to learn the practice of knot making and take home your very own piece of knotted jewellery!

Find out all about our Port Eliot workshops