Because the pandemic has changed the rules of everything, fall decor doesn’t have to mean wreaths and pumpkins this year. It doesn’t even have to be remotely autumnal. Rather, it’s about expressing yourself in a place where you’re spending a whole lot more time. It’s about following your own intuition more so than the trends and creating the best possible environment to feel good in. From affordable accents to luxury pieces and decor with a sense of humor, here are the must-have items to give your home a refresh this season.
Rifle Paper Company Strawberry Fields Catchall Tray
Rifle Paper Company, best known for its fabulous floral designs, just launched a line of catchall trays ideal for holding eyeglasses on a nightstand, putting on top of an entryway table as
As much as I love my kitchen workhorses — the giant wooden cutting board, measuring cups, microplane and— there’s also a special place in my heart for the smaller extras that I don’t strictly need, but that make cooking (and eating!) smooth as butter.
After singing their praises to (aka pushing them on) my family and friends, I thought I’d share info on these cheap, easy-to-clean favorites with you. They’re all products I actually own and use in real life and that are simple to incorporate into your cooking routine. Most of all, they’re versatile tools you can use daily (I do!), which means they’re not just inexpensive, but also high-value. Here are the tools I never want to be without, and how I use them.
Xujia via Amazon
The wide, saucer-shaped bowl, long handle and pleasant weight make these beautiful spoons perfect for almost everything —
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Utensils, gadgets, small appliances, large appliances – there’s a lot of things competing for precious space in your kitchen. As kitchen design trends toward smaller, more efficient spaces, it’s more important than ever to separate the must-haves from the kitchen drawer detritus of the future.
Here’s a simple guide to what you need in the kitchen, and what you don’t.
If something can be described as a gadget in the kitchen it’s probably not something you need. A good rule of thumb is that if it has an ingredient in the name, avoid it. From egg slicers to bean splitters, single-ingredient gadgets are the impulse buys of the kitchen.
For some reason garlic seems to attract a lot of equipment. Flexible tubes for peeling,