Betjeman’s Cornwall

posted on September 24th, 2015 by Laura Ellis

Our latest collection is inspired by the view from Daymer Bay on the north Cornish coast. It’s here that the River Camel finally meets the sea, leaving behind the summertime bustle of Rock and Padstow and reaches the wilder north coast. Read the rest of this entry »

It’s Harvest Time in the Seasalt Windows

posted on September 18th, 2015 by Laura Ellis

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Although the official start of autumn is still a few days away, things in Cornwall are certainly feeling more autumnal by the minute. The weather is cooler and crispy leaves are finding their way along our paths. No matter how much we love a Cornish summer there is something about the colours of autumn that we can’t help but get excited about.

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On Location in North Cornwall

posted on August 28th, 2015 by Laura Ellis


Our latest collection has seen us exploring North Cornwall, from Wenford Bridge to Wadebridge and then onto Rock. Our photography team have been finding beautiful locations to shoot in, including artists’ studios and beautiful beaches.

Here’s a little peek behind the scenes of our latest photo-shoot:














Rock Festivals and Farming

posted on July 10th, 2015 by Laura Ellis
Fresh oysters | © Guido

Fresh oysters | © Guido

Not far from our little shop in Rock is Porthilly Farm, owned and operated by the Marshall family since 1918. But this farm does not just work the land; since the early 1980s it has also been an oyster, mussel and clam farm! Read the rest of this entry »

Spring is here with our new window displays!

posted on March 9th, 2014 by Emma Raczkowski

Seasalt Daffodils window display

Our March window theme is Daffodils and window dressers  Kathryn and Tara have been busy making lovely Cornish daffodils.

Seasal window display daffs

Kathryn and Tara made the daffs using tiny pompoms of wool,  attached them onto the end of bamboo sticks and then wrapped tissue paper petals around the pom pom.  Each daffodil has its own unique name, which has been stamped onto the luggage tags.

Seasalt Window Displays Daffodils

The inspiration for the window came from Ron Scamp, a daffodil breeder in Falmouth. You can read his story here

Seasalt window displays daffodils

You can see lots more window displays and craft ideas on Kathryn & Tara’s new Pinterest board:

Seasalt Window Displays

Seasalt Rock Shop has Re-opened

posted on March 5th, 2014 by Matt

Our Rock shop has re-opened for the Spring 2014. The shop will be open 10.30am to 4.00pm, 7 days a week. Nikki and the team look forward to showing you our beautiful new SS14 collection.


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seed heads window display

posted on January 17th, 2014 by Matt


Our January window theme is Seed heads and window dressers, Kathryn and Tara, have been busy on their sewing machines making giant cow parsleys and teasels.

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paper pine trees in our christmas windows

posted on December 13th, 2013 by Matt


Our 2013 Christmas window displays feature giant paper pine trees inspired by vintage Scandinavian prints. Hanging in the tree tops are sparkly sequin stars which are really easy and fun to make – read our how to guide . The display was recognized in Falmouth’s annual “Best Dressed Christmas Window” competition.

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where to spot our favorite firework displays

posted on November 1st, 2013 by rosie

Bonfire Night Cornwall


There are so many wonderful fireworks displays happening this weekend that we’ve rounded up our favourites to share with you. Bring on the mittens, sparklers and mulled cider!

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the christmas card competition winners!

posted on September 30th, 2013 by rosie

Christmas Card Competition Winnners

Top row (L-R): Raine Clarke, Faith Davies, Val Newman. Bottom row (L-R): Jacquie Heathcote, Ewan Jones.

The entries flooded in for our charity Christmas card competition this year and the judging took place this morning. We know all the budding designers are keen to know if they have won, so drum roll please…

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