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Explore - Kitchenware
After attending two weddings in the span of a single week, we've got champagne on the brain, big time. Rather than risk drying out completely, we'll spend our Monday lovingly eying the unfussy...
Attention leftover lovers and chefs with excess! If your tupperware cupboard looks anything like ours, it's a nightmare just thinking about trying to match top and bottom and find a container that...
Oh, how we wish we were in London for the design extravaganza going on this week. We've been drooling over loads of treasures online, and the new Design Marketo shop naturally caught our eye (we...
Our love for London knows no bounds, and we'll be drawn to pretty much anything and everything that references the sprawling city. Maria Dahlgren is a Swedish graphic designer, but captures the...
Our approach to coasters might be a little bit backwards: We collect them because we love little concentrated bursts of pattern to lay about the house, and couldn't really care less about water...
The ring around these bone china plates from Areaware may look like a stray strand of spaghetti, but in fact it's a goldie lookin' chain. Designer Jason Miller adorned the dinnerware (which also...
Let's be frank. Sometimes, when you're sitting on the couch, and you're feeling pretty comfy, and you've got a pleasantly warm beverage in your hand, it is just a little too much to ask to unsettle...
Straightforward take on the tastes of your meal or cheeky commentary on the relative dispositions of your dinner guests? You be the judge (!), but be sure to set the table accordingly. These...
Consider it a cheeky take on the olde form-follows-function edict. Harry Allen's Peanut Bowl is, well, a bowl for peanuts that looks like a bowl made out of peanuts. Put it in the living room...
"Get rid of crap. Buy things you'll love forever. Make Stuff." Sound advice from a tea towel courtesy of San Francisco designer/musician Cristina Espinosa of The Heated. The wise words...
What good is a fresh carafe of coffee if you have to travel back to the kitchen for a quick steamy top-up? These Montreal-made trivets will keep your hot pots conveniently within reach without...
Perfect for a Pimm's cup or a cuppa tea. Build a British city block by lining up these colorful coasters featuring distinguished domiciles from the isles.
It's tough to argue with this tumbler, which practically demands that you pour a splash of fresh OJ (or make it a screwdriver if the time is right), sit back, sip, and smile. It's from Fish's Eddy...
What's inside it a question easily answered (lift the lid, silly) but when it was put there is a whole nother story. Write the content's particulars or a little note to your roomie on this...
This lovely felt breadbasket keeps dinner rolls toasty warm and make them easy to pass. It opens like an envelope so you can grab one as it makes its way around the table, and later, it'll fold...
Though perhaps not a turkey, this bird bowl, made of fired stoneware with a matte white glaze, will look perfect atop any Thanksgiving table. Use it to hold nuts or turn that tail into a gravy slide.
This classic bowl will serve you—and your friends and family—well throughout the year. Its simple shape and elegent execution is ideal for filling with your favorite side, from potatoes...
When you're in trouble with a lack of trivets, this ovenproof porcelain dish will come in handy. The handles do double duty to keep the hot pot off the tabletop and also let you hold it with one...
There are few manufacturers who warm our hearts—and tables—like Heath Ceramics in Sausailto, California. This ceramic bowl, in a seasonal red hue, could be a salad-serving piece as its...
This serving-carving tray is a piece you'll be thankful for throughout the year. It acts as a carving station (catching the juices below), a cold plate (you can insert an ice pack between the top...