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 chalkboard jar and when you've finished the food, simply wipe it away.
Cork and ceramics figure prominently in the MoMA Design Store's new collection called "Destination Portugal," and designer Raquel Castro pulls the two materials together to make a beautifully simple serving set. Whistler includes the creamer and sugar, teapot, and two cups, all of which are sold separately for easy mix and match depending on what you need.
Take a look at this ceramic set from Vessel, and what do you see: a carafe for wine and eight small glasses, a group of bouquet and bud vases, a utensil container and cups for serving scoops of ice cream? Loads of possibilities and anything goes, however you choose to use them.
Oh how we adore this dynamic duo of stoneware spout and felted cozy from Canadian designer Paige Russell, whose ceramic work is really something wonderful. The little sweaters are made from recycled wool, and there's something just right about the mix of color and texture topped off with a cork. Tea time!