When on the go, eat lunch in style with this outdoor-inspired lunch pail. This one isn't just for kids.
I use baker's twine all the time in the kitchen — from corralling bouquets of flowers to tying up bundles of cookies to bring to friends.
A seabird or not, this Jonathan Adler spoon rest is a must for any kitchen this summer. This regal bird will ensure no more messy countertops.
Bring a little of the coast indoors with these innovative whiskey stones. They are perfect for keeping drinks cool without watering them down. A summer essential.
Still made in Sausalito, California, these Heath Ceramics dessert bowls are the perfect size for a cup of summer berries or ice cream. I love the nautical blue color and classic design.
These wheel-thrown porcelain bowls are hand-painted, signed and dated by the artist herself. The graduated nautical stripes invite summer salads and side dishes!
Cast in a brilliant coastal shade of blue, Staub's durable round cocotte is the perfect choice for slow cooking summer chilis — or just simple ears of corn. This one will last a lifetime!
While this terracotta jar looks like an old sea relic, it's actually a brand new design. It was handcrafted of natural terracotta to add character and charm to your kitchen or dining room.
This beautiful watercolor print relays the feel of rustic driftwood spoons. Serene and simple, much like a quiet day at the beach.
Handmade in Portugal, these beautiful plates are perfect for appetizers or small cocktail snacks.
What would the summer kitchen be without an easy (and quick) ice cream maker? This model makes 12-ounces of ice cream and allows you and your partner in crime to serve it right out of the bowl itself. Genius.