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Designed in SoHo but hand-thrown in Peru, this brown clay decanter is part of Jonathan Adler's Capuchine collection, which also includes four additional vessels in varying shapes and stripes.
Washing up is rarely as enjoyable as the eating that precedes it, which makes us appreciate simple cleaning tools that somehow manage to bring a little levity to the sudsy process. Dutch industrial...
What a difference a fold makes. Tab’s single-pleat shade rotates to redirect its rays, offering a spotlight on all those essentials—post-its, pens, coffee mugs, "tidy" stacks...
Inspiration is unpredictable: Thankfully, the muse for Jasper Morrison’s leisurely curled and wooden-slatted Low chair was a found wine crate and not a discarded box of Franzia.
This Product of the Day goes out to our furry-friend-adoring managing editor, Michele Posner, and her lovely pup, Gracie. As both a pet lover and ceramics afficionado, MP is the first person we...
If Aunt May had her way, Peter Parker might sling cotton around the house intead of webs across the city, resulting in these softly sweatered oak shelves.
Keep your keys, pens, knitting, or change handy in this eye-catching catchall from textile legend Marimekko.
Iko's mix of marble and American oak is a match made in materials heaven.
One fish, two fish, red fish…(well almost) will protect your table in Alessi's Pescher trivet. When not in use, it folds up to form a neat and tidy school ready to rise to the occasion the...
Put these nesting dolls to work. Designed by Carl Mitsch of Fred and Friends, the set of six measuring cups store one within another and open up to measure 1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup, and 1 cup as...
Perfect for those with a penchant for the nautical, this nifty fish-shaped trivet is a surefire way to dress you dinner table in style.
The Voila Trivet by Eric Janssen for Merlo is a take off of a gas stovetop pattern and will ensure that oven to table doesn't result in scorched surfaces. We like the durable material used can take...
These measuring cups are attention-grabbers when in use but happily yield the limelight when the cooking is complete: They fold down flat for easy storage with a smart, space-saving design. Good...
The kitchen is often where color can take the spotlight and these measuring cups by Zak Designs bring with them a burst of excitement (though you can tone it down with a white set if you want)....
Don't dirty all your dishes mixing together ingredients. These bowls let you measure items then stir them together without transferring them to yet another container.
Manufacturer OXO understands Universal Design (especially for disabled and elderly populations) and creates items that make all of our lives better—without us really even noticing. Its...
Keep yourself from scrounging through your kitchen drawers in the middle of making dinner by keeping your measuring spoons easily within reach. The Magnetic Measuring Spoons from Joseph Joseph...
There are few things worse than super-specified, superfluous kitchen utensils. (Surely we can all slice an avocado without an avocado slicer.) This combo digital scale and measuring cup, exclusive...
Icelandic textile designer Bryndis Bolladottir's "Kula" trivets are handmade of local felted wool and will lend a craft-y, DIY-y feel to any tabletop—along with a soft, tactile feel.
This 100-percent wool felt trivet is an attractive array of interlocking triangles. In addition to protecting your prized pieces of furniture from hot kettles or casseroles, it also champions a...
Designed by Ding3000, the Rainbow trivet is an exercise in space-saving design. It neatly folds up into its namesake shape to help keep drawers tidy and opens up to become the perfect perch for...
These days, it seems like everyone is busy saving the world. Using recycled, sustainably sourced materials is de rigeur for designers and manufacturers as consumers are becoming savvier about the...
Bakelite is back. It's the ball that binds the three ash wood poles into a tripod stand for your hat and coat.
Set this handblown beaut directly on your side table for a low glow to light the pages of your nighttime reading.
Evoking the spirit of a classic kitchen with a pattern inspired by culinary textiles, Mormor consists of a series of ceramic plates, bowls, cups, buttering boards, eggcups, a milk jug, a sugar bowl...