Guest Picks: Delicious Decoration
Simple and bold, this scripted command is about making your kitchen into your office.
This customizable print is all about the harmony of food and relationships. I love these pairings and think that a happy marriage could live under this mantra.
Typographic prints work well in the modern kitchen. I like how this set represents the omnivorous diet so well.
Doesn't it just make sense to use food prints on clothing worn while making food? I wish this same print were on a dress.
I love how food play is the game that kids come back to the most. I'd encourage it with this apron and a few felt food toys.
These bold pear print towels are beautiful and could go into any kitchen! I wouldn't even want to dry my hands on them, though.
Julia Child was not only a great cook, she was a great talker. These sweet flour sack towels are stamped with snippets of her words.
Here are more words of wisdom from Julia Child, this time etched into a casserole dish, making it art that's functional and good enough to display.
And here's one more fun Julia Child's quote — because butter and cream are just what you need, along with this cute print for your kitchen.
Honestly, the only smells I like to have in my house are fresh flowers or food, so this just makes scents.
This table lamp is sleek and very unobtrusive in its theme. Never underestimate a well-placed pear.
Wine barrels are being upcycled into furniture, shelving and wall art. This is a piece of recycled beauty that everyone can appreciate.
This Etsy store understands how great food trucks become pieces of art that are associated with their food. I'd like to make a pod of trucks along the walls in my living room.
This print by Robert Papp, the artist for Cook's Illustrated magazine, is fit to eat. I love the plum's texture, in real life and in this print.
I've been told that the beautiful people eat late at night, and I get those same romantic notions when I look at these old café prints.
Speaking of old pictures, a vintage sign, even with the words stripped of their context, are antiques worthy of sunny memories.
Paul and Jordan Ferney, an artist and a cook, had the genius idea to collaborate for a series of cake paintings. These prints can hang anywhere in the house — because it's always time for cake.
Iris Koser's chocolate furniture looks appropriately fun, even with the "if you have to ask" price tag.
While I can't imagine the space that would make this quirky gummy bear chandelier work, it's certainly fun and colorful! These are the kinds of pieces that make me wish there were a Candy Land theme park.Next: Food Art Adds Flavor to Rooms