Guest Groups: Catch Spring Fever from the Kitchen and on the Table

I realize that almost all of the nation remains combating snow flurries and wading through the roads within their Wellies, but I have springtime about the noggin — and in feverish proportions! It has been so sunny around these parts that I’ve forgotten we’re only just a few months into the year. (I’m not trying to rub in my perfect weather, guarantee.)

Spring cleaning, redecorating projects and potting fresh crops have been consuming my free time, and I’ve bookmarked several items for my kitchen and tabletop that sing the spring seem louder than a newly hatched chick. Let’s bud a fresh life in our spaces with new spring-inspired design! — Kristin from The Cuisinerd

Burke Decor

Repair Herb Pot – $44.95

Sagaform may do no wrong. I love every cooperation and each product they put on the market. This indoor herb system is completely gorgeous. A tip of my hat to you!


Santa Fe Table Runner by Avril Loreti – $55

Even the tiniest update to your own table can actually transform your entire dining experience. This runner is a party waiting to happen, and I think there’s no signs of it stopping any time soon. Olé!


Object & Totem Tumbler Cup, Patina – $32

Turquoise. You had me turquoise.


Mineral Magnet Set – $36

I’m a magpie at heart. Shiny items, glitter and diamonds are my collectible weaknesses, and these stone magnets are so bright and fun that they have to be put on my refrigerator immediately. Talk about the must-have appliance accessory.

West Elm

Garden Mister – $14

I recently stumbled upon this mighty wonder, and boy gets my green thumb enhanced. Since bringing it home, my terrariums and Tillandsias have sprung back to life, and I will no longer be responsible for drowning the houseplants to departure. Hooray!

Old Faithful Shop

Dodecahedron Terrarium – $160

Speaking of terrariums. One-in-every-room kind of obsessed. I love the geometric structure of the container, and it’s making me think that I might just need one more for my collection.


Happy Peas & Grumpy Carrot Tea Towel – GBP 10

Tea towels have always been my method of incorporating “artwork” to my kitchen. I have a collection of geometric patterns, colorful splashes and, uh, funny threads. Oh cranky carrot, how you make me giggle.


Salt Bird – GBP 18

I’ve resisted including a salt cellar to my kitchen for a little while now. I attempt to make the majority of the little counter area that I have. This little fella is making that fact cave faster than the usual BOGO sale at whosey-whats-its, and I think I’ll be clearing up some space for him today.


French Carafe + Stacking Glasses – $36

Does this decanter and glass place not scream “meet me on the patio for iced tea and magazines”? This really is a lazy Sunday that I need in my life, stat.

Milk Farm Road

Giant Dipped Jar – $25

I have a issue with the paint-dipped trend — as in, I really want it anywhere in my life, and I’ve got to hold myself back a little here. If I could select one thing to showcase this fashion, it’d be, hands down, this glass vase. I’ve obtained some budding tree branches which would love to make a little house in there.


Kitchen Towel with Stripes – $19

Nothing says spring like new starts. I’m adding new linens to that list as well. Hello, lovelies!


Flamingo & Anniversary Rose Side Plate – $49.82

I would love to start an assortment of plates which will leave guests surprised after they’ve finished their salads. This one is going on top of the wish list.


Animal Farm Chip Clips – $8.50

Because my purse of bulgur requires an animal clip in its life. No, seriously.

Jonathan Adler

Futura Seder Plate – $150

This plate transfers me to Palm Springs, a swimming pool and a need for appetizers under an umbrella.


Imperial Cheese Knives – $198

Simply put in a blanket, a grassy area plus also a bottle of rosé — oh, and cheese, definitely several kinds of cheese.

Fishs Eddy

Floral Italian Wineglasses – $36

Oh hello, deco floral glass collection! It’s so smart and so cheap that you may as well go and order two sets.

Contemporary Outdoor Lounge Chairs – $359.95

I can see many weekends spent moving from this swanky outdoor seat. Set me up with a little shade and a lemonade, and you will have one happy little lady.


February Teapot by Yellena James – $200

My morning tea ritual won’t be ending once the chill of winter dissipates. How can it when served in this type of fanciful teapot? This is the steeping stunner.

Burke Decor

Geometric Napkins – $70

Get these skewers on the grill and put some ice in the sangria. These retro napkins are all set to find the day shakin’!


Citrus Juicer – $3.95

The oranges are nearly ready to pick, and this handsome devil will juice them up in fashion. This is formally going to become my main squeeze.

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