Canadian designers, Ian Muchison and Rohan Thakar of The Federal, have created a set of chic culinary knives.
If you’re into sophisticated serving dishes and chic utensils, March Pantry in San Francisco is your heaven on earth.
Jan Andersen and Poul Madsen started the Normann Copenhagen, a home furnishings and housewares design brand, with the idea that they could change the design industry. And they have done just that.
There is something about a mortar and pestle that embodies both use and style, tradition and modernity.
This honey pot and stick from Chabatree brings rustic and modern together in such a seamless way.
Its an age old quandary: You aren’t sure how much pasta to cook, wary of wastefully cooking too much but also afraid of not cooking enough.
Traditional metal whisks are all function and no fun. This one from Norman-Copenhagen is both and then some.
There is a new item on our kitchenware wish list and its not an at-home pickling kit.
This is coming from someone who doesn’t really drink and has minimal knowledge of bartending, but aesthetically and creatively the BAR10DER just grabs my attention.