These lovely dishtowels from Anthropologie will certainly jazz up any kitchen and make drying up dishes a handsome affair. I love the colorful Lacy Jacquard, with needlework patterns woven into a set of three scallop-edged towel.
Deliciousness which features a cake design (who doesn’t love cake? Not me!).
This one will make a cute gift for newlyweds — Storybook Romance dishtowel trio. The whimsical embroidered illustrations say: “They fell in love”, ”They got married” and “They lived happily ever after”. Aaaw….
Chirps & Chats tea towel featuring embroidered and appliqued wrens and doves sip from a dainty tea service, set against printed cotton.
Engraved Warbler dish towel.
Another bird-lovers delight — Wild Parrot dish towel.
Hybrid is a collection of Bone China tableware designed by CltrlZak, a multidisciplinary collective, for Italian company Seletti. These unique dinner plates are made of contrasting halves of European and Oriental style porcelain plate designs.
Each piece of Hybrid tableware is created using traditional methods and refined by hand in the city of Tangshan, China also popularly known as the “capital of Bone China”.
The Hybrid collection includes dinner plates, soup plates, salad bowls and coffee cups.
An interesting piece of art which fuses both eastern and western design elements and definitely a conversation piece.
Saw a couple of these Joseph Joseph kitchen products while shopping the other day. I didn’t buy one cos I already have 7 colanders (!!!) and 5 chopping boards taking up half the space of my kitchen counter top but I do love the multi-function and space-saving features of these products. Top image, index-style chopping board set, which has four color-coded chopping boards to prevent cross-contamination of different food types.
Above, Folding Colander which stores flat when not in use. Below, Rinse&Chop™ dual-function chopping board. Neat, eh?