76 Asian Kitchen Products
As the heart of the home, the kitchen is always a happening place. It can be used to entertain family, cook that holiday meal or just scrounge for the latest snack. Depending on your preferences, you can have a chef's kitchen — with an oversized island, plenty of countertop space and a good set of knives — or your own asian host's kitchen — stocked with a bar, counter stools and of course, plenty of cake stands. Luckily, with a little bit of organization and some quality purchases, any space can become the perfect compromise, with room to spare for both cooking and entertaining. Here are some helpful ways to get the most out of your space. More
Kyototo placemats are made from a half-length tenugui, which is a traditional Japanese hand-towel. Each placemat is double-sided: one side features a gray & white print with katakana and hiragana characters embroidered in red thread. The other side features sashiko-style embroidery in red or gray,...
Did you know Japanese people often carry their own set of chopsticks around? I like the idea and this compact set is easy to slip into a lunch bag.
I wish the orange floral print on these place mats came in wallpaper form because I'd take it to the walls of my powder room. For now, these punchy place mats will do, especially for weekend breakfasts on my back-porch patio set.
These very chic linen hemstitched cocktail napkins are monogrammed with a single block letter of your choice. The color is fabulous as is the price of $24.00 for a set of six.
Seattle has Starbucks, but Portland is all about Stumptown! Celebrate coffee every morning with this cute mug.
A little melamine tray made with Chiang Mai Dragon fabric is perfect for organizing small items on the bar.
Lovely red blossom trivet made with original Kyoto washi paper and backed with a cork bottom. A great trivet for teapots, hot pans or aroma oil burners.
This set of bowls is a great addition to any table, and you simply can't beat the price! This is a bargain full of style.
Midnight Willow Bowl
Serve your holiday cocktails in style with these lavender chinoiserie toile cocktail napkins. They're an elegant alternative to red and green for holiday entertaining.
These melamine dessert plates are part kitsch, part chinoiserie and would be so fun for a garden party.
This blue and white teapot with a dragon motif and bamboo handles is perfect for the tea lover like me.
Japanese style spice jar set of 3 with different lid colors for great organization of all herbs & spices fillings. The jars have an airtight inside lid and are made with original Japanese washi paper from Kyoto
This lovely set of porcelain sauce pots makes for a charming addition to your serveware collection and makes serving the sauce that much easier. The pots are easy to clean and come with a bamboo lid and a spout.
How cute is this chai tea set? Entertain your own senses when making tea for your guests. Love the mix of styles and spice color as well — fun!
These intricately painted ceramic plate from Thailand will add exotic style to your tablescape, or perhaps you'll want to hang it on the wall.
This is a perfect and unexpected carafe for your nightstand. I love the crisp, dotty, white finish. This would be darling in a guest bedroom, but I probably won't give mine up.
This charming teal and white pot makes sure that the ginger and garlic stay fresh and are kept within your reach easily. It’s made of porcelain and makes for a great addition to your serveware collection.
You could, of course, use these chinoiserie bowls for their intended use, but I'd hang them as a plate wall above a credenza. What's not to love about an instant collection?
The thing about chopsticks is, the more often you use them, the better you get the hang of them. So try them out at home from time to time to keep your dexterity and not look like a novice next time you're out for sushi. Another reason to use them at home? You can purchase these sweet chopstick...
Bird Chopstick Rest
Japanese style spice jar set with lid tops in different colors to organize the fillings and inside airtight lids. Perfect for storing spices, herbs, cupcake sprinkles or candies. Also great for favors!
Dress up your Chinese takeout (or any meal) with these very chic, reusable plastic chopsticks in coral pink. I have these and love them! They're so much better than those ghastly free wooden chopsticks.
Pure and simple. Clean Asian shapes have a thin, elegant feel and sophisticated color palette of subtle celadon and matte black. Porcelain is fired at a very high temperature, with the cooling process creating the beautiful crackling of the glossy glaze. This traditional artistic effect is food...
This beautiful and unique ceramic plate from Thailand uses classic Thai designs and will add a layer of global style to your tablescape. Actually, this one is hang-it-on-the-wall-worthy!
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