I need these. The toppings to make tacos, a mis en place for a baking project or cake making with that perfect pourable spout. These mixing bowls are both practical and aesthetically stunning.
I got a cherry pitter for my birthday years ago and thought it was a waste of space, but as I started cooking more and more, I am SO glad I have it. It keeps the whole cherry intact so you're left with sweet, tangy, seedless morsels for your baked goods, fruit salads or drinks.
A streamline tool to keep your spices organized. Keep this sharp looking rack near your stove, or mount it in the pantry if you prefer to keep it out of sight.
I am married to a coffee snob, so we have an entire cabinet dedicated to coffee gadgets. This Koava cone filter is used in a Chemex in place of paper filters. Not only is it a reusable option, but it's the means to a clean, bold cup of coffee. This is the one gadget I can get behind.
You may say you'll remember to come back to the cookies in 12 minutes, but life happens and it's nice to have a reminder. Available in a few different colors, this timer has some character without being too kitchy.
A backyard party with a pretty cocktail or a dessert bar with cookies and milk — any presentable beverage looks its best with a pretty straw. Available in a few different colors to fit your theme.
This vintage looking recipe box is the best way to keep your scribbled notes, magazine pages and photocopied recipes in one place. You can keep things organized by category and the company also sells adorable cards that fit in perfecftly.
I was late to figure out what a huge savings of both time and money there is to growing your own herbs. No searching which market has fresh thyme or crisp parsley, you can build your own hanging herb garden in your backyard. These pockets have their own drainage and are easy to hang.
Keep this baker's twine around and you'll use it more often than you think. Wrap up a loaf of bread to take to a friend and keep it closed tight with this colorful twine. Perfect for wrapping edible gifts!
Recycled glass complements whatever sort of dishware you have. All the glasses are slightly different, as they are handmade, and have a snazzy little divet in the bottom.
It's fun to play hostess, but you don't want to run back and forth to the kitchen every time someone wants a drink. Put a nice lemonade with lemon slices for a brunch or a seasonal cocktail in here.