Because we love all things about food, eating and 'the culture of the kitchen', and because we also love art works on paper, the website Fine Artichoke clearly was made just for us. This online gallery and shop offers fine art prints with a single theme: Food!
Placemats and linens are one of the easiest and cheapest ways to add color to your kitchen. Being that they're relatively inexpensive, it's easy to change up the colors depending on your mood and the season.
Ah, the Eiffel Tower. Perhaps one of the most iconic buildings ever, it was scorned by the French public at the time of its construction as an "odious column built up of riveted iron plates." Could the salt and pepper shakers be far behind?
Our kitchens say something about ourselves and the world we live in. “Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen,” a new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, presents a history of the last century as told by our kitchens, through everyday objects, short films and even a fully reconstructed German kitchen from the 1920s.
One of the sure signs of fall is that next year's calendars are starting to appear in the stores. Our favorites are the handmade, hand-pulled calendars in limited editions from artists. Here's an example of one of our top picks from Pie Bird Press in Albany, California.
Tomorrow Mexico celebrates 200 years of independence, and so we were inspired to round up five favorite sets of fiesta garlands. These are great for an independence day bash, a birthday party, or just everyday kitchen brightness and cheer!