Guest Picks: Graphic Galley: Bold Shapes & Colors for Your Kitchen
Wood. Colorful abstract shapes. This combo is a double punch of awesome and perfect for making teatime just a little more special.
I either need to go back to school or start packing a lunch because this little bento box is too cute to not show off.
I've said it once, I'll say it again: Tea towels make the best temporary kitchen artwork ever.
Coasters make great gifts. They also add crazy and unlikely patterns and colors to your table. Go nuts!
Forget statement piece, I'm talking every day piece. Cereal, soup, breakfast, lunch — all mine!
Because we all need to step up our magnet game.
These Japanese ceramics are bold and would be gorgeous filled with plants on a kitchen windowsill or in a breakfast nook.
Suddenly, dicing 10 onions doesn't seem so bad.
Why leave all the colorful fun out of drinking sake? These would be perfect for an outdoor sushi party on the patio.
When objects lack in color, they certainly should not lack in shape. This pendant light would be stunning over a farmhouse table or subway tile–lined island.
I love a man wearing an argyle sock. I'd love it even more seeing him sipping his morning joe from a matching mug.
Sure, these might be intended for educational purposes, but I really love the idea of filling them with some spices, loose tea or even dried peppers.
Bar stool 2.0: Indoors or out, this baby will steal the show.
These triangular cutting boards would make one sexy-looking cheese board. Yeah, I just used those two words together.
Morning orange juice just got a mod twist. This makes me feel like I've just stepped inside a 1950s Sunset magazine, and I'm loving it.
Let's take shapes to a whole new level and get hexagonal on our waffles. I smell a brunch bar in my near future.
I am obsessed with these European dish rags. They dry easy, scrub like a champ and lack the ability to get smelly like the other boring sponges out there.
I've been going through a dessert plate phase. They are punchy for small-bite appetizers and make joyful prep plates — basically I'm not using them for their intended purpose, but there is a party pack for every occasion or need.
I don't care if you're 5 or 55, everyone loves a sandwich shaped like a heart. How cute for a ladies' lunch.
I love texture in the kitchen. Cork is always a default for me, especially when styling the tabletop. These could stand in as some pretty dapper placemats.Next: Crazy for Color? Your Kitchen Cabinets Want In