These new stickers made in France by Coco Boheme are made from biodegradeable potato starch and make an easy and guilt-free memo pad for your grocery list. They are available in this clover or a choice of leaf shapes.
If you love French vintage kitchenware from 1900-1960 but can't make it to Paris, D.O.T. (Diffusion d'Objets de Table) on rue Saintonge in the Marais has an affordable solution for you. Their online US store includes glass, Limoges, silverware, serving dishes, and a whole section devoted to asparagus accessories. The best part?
British designer Cath Kidston’s vintage-inspired patterns include kitchen goods like retro aprons, tea towels, oven mitts, paper napkins, tea cosies and more in florals, stripes and woven checks to warm up your kitchen.
If you happen to be in Krakow and looking for modern kitchen items -- like these colorful dishes -- in a town filled with old-fashioned tourist shops and shopping mall chain stores, duck into LuLu Living, a cool, laid-back modern concept store/café on the edge of the Kazimierz district of this southern Polish city. Or check out their website for a little bit of long-distance inspiration.