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They say the kitchen is the heart of a home and we can totally see why. It’s a hub where breakfast, lunch and dinner is cooked and those are some of our favourite things (as well as cups of tea and home baked goodies). For quality sit down family means and smooth candle lit dinners with your significant other sprawl out into the dining room, too.
Every man and woman of the house should run a tight ship when it comes to their kitchen, so make sure you’ve got it kitted out with gadgets and gismos to help your kitchen antics sail smoothly.
Load your larder with ceramics, cutlery, chopping boards and baking trays, and while you’re at it, make sure you’ve got tablecloths to match. Whether you’re into organised mess or whether there’s an exact place for each of your kitchen bits, our collection of kitchen and dining goods will help make your space look gorgeous.
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In order to match your bits to your bobs, you need to decipher what your aesthetic is. If you don’t already know this, there’s a few simple ways to figure it out.
If you’re into flawless design, think: clean lines, sculptural detailing and open, airy spaces, then you have an eye for Scandinavian decor. Known for their obsession with hygge (loosely translated as cosy), don’t for one second think this flawlessness is soulless - it’s a clean, chic and homely look that’s a popular choice for aesthetic conscious millennials. If this sounds like you, we recommend Umbra’s elegant, white Cutea Teapot, or Namuos off-white, stone cup and saucer (if you’re more into coffee, that is).
If your uni dorm room was covered with wall hangings and fairy lights, you burn incense like it’s your day job, and you’re a firm believer that more is more, then you my friend, will likely enjoy a Bohemian-inspired eclectic design aesthetic. On the other end of the spectrum from the Scandis, this is an aesthetic for those who don’t let clutter stress them out and enjoy colourful patterns. For those Bohemian babes out there, go for Windy Hill’s bright pink flowery table cloth to add some sparkle to your cleaning routine, or Uchicook’s red, orange and yellow stackable peeler.
If your kitchen looks like something straight out of a wholesome Hallmark Christmas film, with wood-burning fires, raw wood and exposed stone, then you are a rustic ranger through and through. A real fave among country bumpkins, go for Kommod’s natural ash wood salad bowl (and fill it with organic veg and home grown spuds). Alternatively, Vij5’s copper tap water carafe is also giving us rustic realness.
Industrial on the other hand sits right at the intersection of minimalist and urban grit. Think: Industrial Revolution-era original factory fixtures meets hip urban graphic designer working in a downtown loft. If this sounds like a bit of you, then try Namuos’ gritty, grey candle holder, or Hurbz’s Kiga Kitchen Garden M White.
It’s good to note here that you don’t have to stick to just one aesthetic. Get a lil’ fruity with it and mix and match your utensils for a slightly kitsch look, or keep it subtle by placing one of two key clashing pieces. This is your home remember so follow your gut - if it feels right we’re sure it will look right, too!
There’s a few different types of tableware: your favourite mug that you always go for when having your morning cuppa, the pretty tableware you’ve got for show (and might even use for ornamental reasons), and the sturdy, reliable stuff that withstands your day to day use.
We love Pantone’s porcelain espresso cups set, available in all the colours of the rainbow - from purple to orange, or shall we say, from 2150 to 2035. A good set for everyday use, and if it was up to us, the purple pantone mug would be our go to morning coffee cup.
For something special (deffo one for when the parents visit), Studio Lorier’s bright orange Poligon sake set is a real crowd pleaser. The porcelain material and the interesting jagged edges is screams deluxe. Or Return to Sender’s stunning mug lovingly handcrafted by female artisans of a family company in northern Thailand is also on our luxe radar.
We’re digging Vialli Design’s Amo Latte Glasses - an essential buy for any coffee lover. Make sure you also check out their Cristallo espresso cups, too, if you’re in need of a stronger fix. In keeping with the coffee theme, go for the whole shabang and nab yourself Ouver’s amazing coffee dripper. That will really lock in all those flavours and punchy after tones.
For a nighttime brew, make sure you’ve got your tea sets in order. Try out Vialli Design’s Amo tea cups for some wholesome sipping, as well as Umbra’s sleek tea pot infusers.
Cutlery is also essential tableware items that you wanna make sure you invest in. Go for Sambonet’s stainless steel flatware set which includes a whooping 75 pieces (jee whiz). Including: table spoons, forks knives, fruit forks and knives, teaspoons, a ladle, a serving spoon and a serving fork, it’s a banging set to get you started and one that will also last you a lifetime.