How do you feel about green in a kitchen? We love how green can bring a little outdoor feel to the kitchen or make it feel fresh and airy. Green is such a modern color and you have so many tones to play with. Check out some of our favorite picks to make anyone looking at your kitchen turn green with envy.
A beautiful edition to the Staub line this year. Who wouldn’t admire this cocotte in its gorgeous basil color? Not only is it a stunner in looks but performance as well. Staub cookware has an enamel coating that makes it indestructible and keeps it from discoloring. The cast iron construction retains heat and will keep your dish warm long after you’ve taken it out of the oven or off the stove. Imagine hosting that dinner party and presenting your dish in this. Like we said…envy inspiring.
When you need a touch of Italy, reach for these glasses. The tall glasses are designed with vintage 60s-style patterns of botanicals and florals. Simple, fun and add a touch of kitsch to your table. We love them for wine but feel free to use them for juice, water, or your other favorite tipple!
Forum is one of our best selling dinnerware collections. The reason is easy to see. You can store these pieces in the freezer, pop them in the oven, and then clean them up in your dishwasher. If their sturdiness wasn’t enough to sell you then the way they look will. The old-world style is perfect in clean white or one of the bold color options. We love it in this deep green color.
If you haven’t tried the Rewined Candles before, what have you been waiting for? The Riesling is bright blend of citrus, tropical fruits and Asian pears. They are made from start to finish in the USA (in downtown Charleston, South Carolina) and the container comes from discarded wine bottles. These beauties are made with premium natural soy wax and we have a ton of fantastic fragrances. Come see us to pick out your favorite.
Is there anything more adorable than this petite cocotte? Probably not. This is a great pick for anyone who loves to entertain. A perfect vessel for warm dips and is sure to wow guests. Our favorite thing to make in it is artichoke dip (check it out here) but your options are endless. Add one (or two) to your collection today.
Acclaimed mixologist Jim Meehan brings you one of the best bar books in the world. Meehan’s deep dive covers the essential topics, including the history of cocktails and bartending, service, hospitality, menu development, bar design, spirits production, drink mixing technique, and the tools you’ll need to create a well-stocked bar and is thoughtfully illustrated by Gianmarco Magnani.