Tidepool Love’s Latest: A Chic Showroom and a Sustainably Stylish Collection
We have a feeling we’ll be spending a lot of time here.
ey, honey, got a minute? There’s been some buzz going around lately and we wanted to make sure you were in on it. That way, when the right time comes, you can make a beeline for the golden goods and get a little sugar for yourself. Sounds pretty sweet, right?
Photos: Courtesy of Tidepool Love
Or, if you’re not a fan of gold, there’s always silver. Tidepool Love’s brand-spanking-new showroom has got a little of everything from this ocean- and nature-loving brand. Owner and designer Jen Sarsuelo usually crafts her intricately hand-carved creations from home but has taken her work to the street—King Street, that is. You can now find Tidepool Love as one of the resident shops in the new Pineapple Patio & Studios, a bustling hive that hosts everything from pop-up markets to Pilates classes to collection releases.
Conveniently smack in the middle of Honolulu with a cute lānai, thoughtfully curated, cozy décor, and large interior rooms that are ideal for parties, flower crown workshops and sample sales, Pineapple Studios is shaping up to be a nexus for local-minded shoppers and Hawai‘i designers. At the airy venue, Sarsuelo can host her wholesale clients and—hint hint—arrange appointments with especially interested private shoppers. You can also check out her work this Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Mother’s Day Makers Market alongside local favorites Kahulale‘a, Izzy & Luke, Pualani Soap, and Bradley and Lily.
At the market, Sarsuelo will debut her BEE Brave collection, a darling array that includes dainty rings sporting bee charms, as well as chunky, statement-making honeycomb-patterned cuffs. Touched by the global bee crisis, Sarsuelo decided to lend her own stylish support for the struggling industry with this charming ode—plus, 10 percent of the proceeds from the new collection will go to Tolentino Farms, an O‘ahu bee farm.
Sounds like the bees’ knees to us.
Pineapple Patio & Studios is located at 2038 King St. Check out the Mother’s Day Makers Market on Sunday, April 30, 10 a.m.–3 p.m. tidepoolhawaii.com.