Linens | Lekker Home
Nothing says “nesting” like snuggling up in a big, cozy blanket. Stay toasty with this herringbone wrapper, woven from impossibly soft lambswool. Twig “Bradley Loam” throw, $185.
Gadgets | Sur La Table
That cake batter isn’t going to stir itself. The 10-speed KitchenAid stand mixer, available in a variety of vibrant colors, can whip up just about any recipe with minimal elbow grease. KitchenAid “Artisan” stand mixer, $350.
Knives | Kitchenwares by Blackstones
You don’t have to be a Chopped champion to wield this razor-sharp Shun number, which features indentations on the blade for ease in cutting up your favorite produce. Shun steel Santoku knife with Pakkawood handle, $145.
Glassware | Simon Pearce
Handblown by Vermont artisans, this shapely 8-ounce glass is just the right size for sipping OJ with your beloved on a lazy Sunday morning. “Chelsea Optic” tumbler, $65.
Flatware | Giardini di Sole
For a little extra dinner-party sparkle, set your table with light-catching utensils adorned with metallic detailing. Vintage stainless steel flatware, $318 for a four-piece set.
Plates | Bloomingdale’s
Who says you can’t use fine china every day? This elegant set also happens to be dishwasher safe. Monique Lhuillier Waterford “Opulence” bone-china dinnerware, $130 for a five-piece setting.
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