This dorcas knife holder from Lostine is double sheath for kitchen knives—stitched leather attaches nicely with with copper nails for use with butcher block tables
This vibrant Le Creuset teapot comes in various shades to add the perfect punch of color to your stovetop.
Though burnt toast has its proponents, most people prefer a perfectly crisp, lightly browned slice. Cue the world’s first see-through toaster, designed for peeking.
These geometric leather theorem coasters from Anthropologie are designed by Molly McGrath, whom finds inspiration from both urban and natural elements.
These beautifully grained raw wood boards from West Elm are a prep surface and serving platter all in one. Designed for serving charcuterie and cheeses, they also transport snack bowls and appetizer plates with ease.
The Twin Touch is quite rugged, belying its pristine appearance. The steel body and lid defy rusting and chipping, which is a practical concern if you spend the majority of your time around refuse. The larger capacity and unique pop-up lid are pleasant back-saving additions.
This ingenious mug handily brings together what is, perhaps, the greatest, most comforting, and perfectly delicious duo of our time: tea and biscuits. Eliminate the need for a pesky plate and just stick your cookies beneath your brew and you're good to go.
This simplehuman™ steel frame dish rack with wine glass dryer from Williams Sonoma will generously meet your dishwashing needs.