If you are looking to stock your kitchen with good looking-glasses that won't break the bank if they shatter, these options are pretty enough to use at your next party but are guilt free for guests if one breaks.
These beautiful ceramic mugs, teacups and saucers are perfect for enjoying a favorite cup of tea or coffee. I love the modern lines and minimal palette. Food and drink always seem to taste better in pretty dishware, especially when the inside showcases a white glaze or porcelain. The white surface allows you to enjoy the richness and robust color of your drink even before you taste it.
There's something about these decanters that I just love. Maybe it's the beautiful simplicity of glass
itself. Maybe it's the wood-grain base on which they swivel. Or maybe it's the
personalized corks that contain the goodness within. Maybe. Or maybe it's the way they look all
lined up in a row... like potions in a mad-scientist's laboratory, just
waiting to be sampled by unsuspecting guests...
Target has teamed up with Feed USA for a limited-edition product line. The earthy look paired with a mostly neutral palette has an outdoorsy feel. Better yet, a portion of your purchase will be donated, and every dollar donated translates into 8 meals for folks across the country.
There's just something inherently appealing about the look of laboratory equipment. Between the elegant lines of an Erlenmeyer flask and the smooth, blown-glass lip of a beaker, it's hard to look at a rack of science equipment and not want to start experimenting. And now that science class aesthetic could be coming to the kitchen.
On a gorgeous morning walk recently, I happened upon a ginkgo tree. Since they're not a regular sighting for me, I stopped to admire the iconic fan-shaped leaves. For a dose of ginkgo at home, here are 5 fan-tastic finds.
Today's DIY project takes on this gorgeous watercolor tablecloth, found at Anthropologie for $288 (and not available in pink anymore). While it's beautiful, not everyone can afford linens that cost more than some months' groceries. Oh Happy Day readers agreed, and begged Jordan to try her own version and then show them how. See how it turned out, after the jump. Spoiler alert: It's a dead ringer.