Have you started holiday shopping yet? Dare I ask if anyone is already done? I think finding the perfect gift can definitely be on the challenging side. It’s hard to find the right balance between something slightly luxurious, yet still practical. For my picks this week, I’ve tried to include a mix of things that I would use or admire, and that are beautifully designed. On the practical side, I know the Plenty cookbook is something that would get a lot of use, and the teakettle is something I would look forward to using each day. That adorable frenchie actually has a hidden practicality- it’s a stamp! I couldn’t resist adding in two pieces (13 & 14) by a new to me artist- Piero Fornasetti. Which items are your favorites?
Happy Thanksgiving eve! I’m currently parked in my mom’s kitchen, chopping ingredients and prepping dishes in between answering emails and wrapping up work before the holiday. With the post turkey shopping extravaganza right around the corner, I wanted to squeeze in the first edition of the CC Holiday gift guide! I had so much fun putting this together for you guys. When it comes to gifts for friends and family that love to spend time in the kitchen, I gravitate towards classic items that are multi-functional, with a few eclectic pieces thrown in. There’s a mix of investment pieces perfect for close family and friends (hello dreamy Le Creuset…), and other items that would make great hostess and secret santa gifts (don’t miss that birch branch votive!). I’ve got my eye on that snow globe salt shaker (100% necessary), and the gold rimmed glasses from West Elm. What about you guys?
Any must have kitchen items I need to know about? Do tell!