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A chic and nondescript cooler made specifically to keep your rosé crisp is ideal for those summer evenings spent outside on the grass.
If you are just getting started with the whole idea of bentos, this grown-up bento kit could be an awesome gift to yourself. I use furoshiki to wrap up my lunch containers all of the time, and they're the most convenient lunch bags I own.
The Built brand knows good design. I love their basic black lunch box. Who can even tell you're toting leftovers in that sleek bag?
This is not only is darling, but eco-friendly as well. I would use this pouch for any child to take a snack on the go.
Leave it to Japanese designers to come up with a modern and minimalist twist on the lunch bag. This one is made from reuseable flexible paper which is water-resistant and durable.
SIWA paper lunch bag
Even though I can barely close the cabinet with my family's water bottles, I'm still tempted by this fun one.
It might be hard to resist getting your hands caught in this cookie jar, with its sweet strawberry pattern.
OK, so admittedly it isn't a good habit to get into daily, but how nice is it to have a sweet biccie (cookie) with your afternoon tea? This happy guy will guard your treats.
Ceramic Squirrel Cookie Jar
Years ago, Steeltainer sent me a few products to review on my blog. I loved their quality and functionality. They've since changed their products, and the new stuff looks even better. And I'm a big fan of clip-top containers, as they're generally leak proof and easy for little hands to open.
To save money and the environment, be sure to pack an insulated water bottle for hot or cold drinks. Just don't forget to empty the contents before you go through security.
These are beautiful yet practical storage sacks. They come in a range of sizes and are lined with PVC, which makes them super easy to clean.
Gradient Sack, Green
These white ceramic condiment jars boast a bold blue stripe and a classic design, and they come in two handy sizes. Perfect for storing honey, jam and butter, they're destined to make dozens of fall breakfasts just a bit brighter.
These adorable lunch boxes will have kids squealing with joy. They are colorful and extremely practical, insulated and easy to clean!
If you've ditched the plastic water bottles, congratulations and thank you for helping the planet. Now there's no need for you to have to carry around some ugly water bottle. Treat yourself to this leaf-covered reusable bottle that even has a clip for when you need to go hands-free.
The Japanese secret to pure delicious water is now yours! Binchotan active charcoal, in use since the 17th century, reduces chlorine, mineralizes and balances the pH of your drinking water for up to six months.
Swedish Bird Container
It’s always nice to update your travel mugs before the fall season starts. This one is spill proof and perfect to throw in a bag for travel.
Store your tea, coffee or sugar in one of these old-school swing-top glass jars. They're clear, so there's no need to label them.
Vintage Storage Jar, Blue
It's really important to have a water bottle on hand because convenient trips to the water fountain are few and far between. Carrying a bottle like this, with an easy one-hand flip-top lid, will keep you hydrated throughout the day.
I really like the clean lines and dimpled top of this breadbox from Denmark. Stylish and function kitchen gadgets are so much fun to collect.
The breadbasket has been around for a very long time — and I hope it stays. I adore this modern and updated version that's more of a bread bag. It's great for taking meals to a friend's house or just for giving your dinner party a modern flair. It's also super easy to store if your kitchen space is...
Your picnic basket isn't big enough to carry the wine bottle? By all means, don't leave it at home! Bring it along in one of these fun wine totes.
Made from eight plastic water bottles, this lunch sack is eco-friendly and keeps lunches cold for hours. Fits easily into a backpack with plenty of room to stack boxes upright.
I love the colorful prints Build always comes up with! This bag is made with their renowned isolating neoprene material, and the best thing is it packs flat and weighs next to nothing when empty.
Insulated Lunch Bags
Choosing the finishing touches for a space is one of the most fun and important aspects of decorating. This bread bag can be easily molded and tucked away. It's the perfect storage solution.
If your kids like to carry a standard lunch box, this bento-style container fits right in. My friend Jessica is a nutritionist and recently wrote a blog post about using these to make your own healthy "homemade Lunchables."
Rose Mustard Lunch Box Cooler
Nothing says good morning quite like serving loose tea from one of these tulip tins. I'm going to be celebrating spring every morning.
Sagaform Tulip Storage Tins
Attention, on-the-go gourmets: This is your new necessity. Two pots twist together to form a watertight locking seal, so you can keep meal elements (like yogurt and granola or pasta and sauce) separate until it’s time to eat. With a carrying handle and detachable spork, you’re truly good to go.
I'm overwhelmed by the cuteness of these tin boxes! The little stars and big love in a childish yet straightforward illustration would look too good on my kitchen countertop.
Emma Bridgewater Cake Tins
I love this equally charming and more practical alternative to the traditional picnic basket. The retro sea motif pattern on fresh blue would make it a joy to carry to the park, and the insulated layer keeps food chilled until you arrive.
Boat Cool Bag
Hands down, these are the prettiest canning jars I've ever laid eyes upon. Weck jars are the perfect vessels for your fleur de sel.
Weck Mini Mold Jar
Just like a Creamsicle, this fun bread basket is orange on the outside and white on the inside! It's a great summer accessory.