Q: I'm looking for a tip on laundering kitchen aprons — the type with strings which tie around your waist. It is so annoying when the strings wrap around other items in the wash, especially pant legs of jeans! It takes an extra 5 minutes to untangle the mess. Has anyone found a solution?
You can never have too many pretty cloth napkins. They're just the perfect thing when you're looking for an easy way to add a little fancy to the table. That's why I'm smitten with these lovely napkins from LA-based popup shop A Sunny Afternoon!
For a little educational whimsy in the kitchen, it doesn't get any better than these chart-inspired tea towels! The speckled, multicolored eggs of birds, reptiles, and monotremes create quite a visual feast on the towel above, while...
Do you remember the lovely vegetable prints by Rigel Stuhmiller that we featured here a few years ago? The prints were created as a fundraiser for Japan with their sale contributing towards disaster relief. The prints were handprinted works of art and many people purchased them to hang on their kitchen walls. But there's another way you can enjoy these beautiful, striking images: as dishtowels!
I have a collection of towels in my kitchen, and most of them are practical, durable workhorses perfect for dealing with the mess of cooking. But I do have a weakness for pretty tea towels, and like to have a couple on hand for drying my (clean!) hands and just generally making my kitchen feel homey. I just found these Plus Towels from Willow Ship, and I love everything about them.
How do you organize your kitchen linens? If I'm being honest, I'll admit my system is a little haphazard. I have cloth napkins in a pile at the end of the kitchen counter, while my tea towels and wash clothes are stacked in one of the cabinets — and quite messily, I might add! I like this idea much better. Keeping everything in a basket is so much nicer and neater. I also like seeing the colors and patterns peeking out!
Whatever your potholder style, we think you'll like these whimsical handmade versions as much as we do! Red Stitch is the work of Ioana Weber, who hand-makes every potholder in her Etsy store. There are plenty of pretty patterns and colors to choose from — all unique and one-of-a-kind. (And with a sense of humor. Did you see the steak and eggs pair? We love that one!)