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South End small-batch artisan shop Olives & Grace is officially set up in its new bigger storefront, a space formerly occupied by Motley at 623 Tremont Street. White walls and custom shelving units split the inventory into categories including foodstuffs, candles, handmade gifts, and cocktails, while handcrafted items like letterpress cards and patterned tea towels are scattered about. The floors have a funky sanded finish with peeks of dark indigo blue, while a cute brick patio out front is home to an inviting bench. No doubt the extra square footage will prove useful during tastings and events with partners like Union Square Donuts and Petal Floral Design.
· Olives & Grace Moving to Former Motley Space [Racked Boston]
· Olives & Grace [Official Site]