Red & White Wine Pairing Guide Tea Towel Set $29
This 100% organic unbleached cotton tea towel set is printed with a guide that pairs 68 popular wines with 56 different foods. The linens are available in four different designs from London-based designer Stuart Gardiner.
Frozen Peas Ice Cube Mould $15
Suck UK smartly looked at nature to devise the perfect ice ball-maker. Crafting a jumbo-sized pea-in-a-pod design, the designer's Frozen Peas make it easy to squeeze out a giant ball of ice, which melts 80% slower than cubed ice, for cold, strong drinks.
Wood Trio $38
Shaw Sisters worked with artisans in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa, to create this kitchen set that consists of a spatula, and a large and small spoon. The wooden pieces are blasted with a catalyzed laquer to give a shiny, durable finish, and a dash of color.
Maldon Sea Salt Flakes $11
Make your tastebuds really sing with the decadence of Maldon Sea Salt. Derived the same way since the company started raking underwater salt beds in 1882, the unprocessed crystals retain natural trace elements that make the compound more flavorful—therefore requiring less. If a sprinkle of the white stuff is one of life's little pleasures, ramping up your salt game in the kitchen will pay dividends to your daily satisfactions.
Tim Love for Sur La Table
Himalayan Salt Tequila Shot Glasses $40
No need to salt the rim when your glass is hand-carved from a single piece of pink Himalayan salt! Just add lime and enjoy!
Crate and Barrel
Awning Stripe Paper Beverage Caddy $8
Pack up your home brews or an assortment of your favorite craft beers in this paper drinks caddy. The "awning stripe" adds an element of refinement any time of year.
Crane Grater $46
The Saikai Toki Crane Grater elevates a kitchen tool to extraordinary elegance. The small plate features micro ridges in 100% copper across the bird's belly for precise fine grating while cooking.
Sebastien Guenard + Marion Billet
Big Meals for Little Hands $18
Kids get equal access to the healthy, gourmet recipes of Michelin-starred French chef Sebastien Guenard in a colorful cookbook. Illustrations by Marion Billet help young cooks learn about sustainable and environmentally conscious cuisine, so they end up having fun with food while learning best practices at an early age.
Authentic New York Hot Dog Vendor Cart $5,500
Ever since 1936 when Oscar Mayer rolled out the Wienermobile, the first mobile hot dog cart, sausage vendors have become an inextricable part of America's urban centers. This high-quality vendor cart is modeled after the same found on the streets of New York City and is perfect for backyards or business opportunities.
Max Lamb + DZEK
Marmoreal Board $245
Give cheese a proper display with the stunning stone work in the Marmoreal Board by Max Lamb with DZEK. The 95% marble slab blends Verde Alpi, Rosa Verona, Giallo Mori, and Bianco Veron in a highly engineered combination with an organic beauty that gives Mother Nature a run for her money.
Ilan Dei Venice
Cruiser Tea Cart $1,300
Functional, beautiful and understated, Ilan Dei Venice's tea cart—with its powder-coated aluminum frame and corian wheels (with Buna-N tred)—rolls anywhere one might need cocktails. And the four colorways—ice, marigold, mint and pacific—are perfect for a casual but classy afternoon garden party
Hauki Oven Mitten $28
Even an oven mitt deserves to be beautiful, and Marimekko does a mighty fine job of accesorizing a design-focused cooktop area with this kitchen glove featuring a majestic fish.
Tac + Bjarke Ingels Group
Big Cities Tableware $14+
At first glance they look like simple porcelain pieces, but the TAC BIG Cities tableware comes lined with delicately etched renderings of the familiar skylines of London, Moscow, Istanbul and more. The blue on white color scheme pays very subtle homage to traditional blue-fluted Danish ceramics of Copenhagen-based Bjarke Ingels Group's home country.
#084 Hipflask $668
Having a nice buzz at your fingertips is great, but when packaged in a thing of beauty it's even better. Tom Cecil's stainless steel #084 hipflask lends sleek design to a practical purpose, and whoever has it on hand should be eager to whip it out for a swig and a little bragging rights.
Blue Crow Media
Craft Breweries of London Map $21
As a city that created many of the world's greatest beers, London is no novice to brewing. But after years of industry decline, a new surge from independent brewers is putting the Big Smoke back on the world map with their quest for better-quality beer. This handsome map features over 50 craft breweries on an A2-sized print, ensuring you'll never be without a delicious beer in hand.
Cast Iron Skillet $50
Everyone needs a solid cast iron skillet that will last forever, and this one from Poler has pour spouts on both sides and a "handle helper" to help with the heavy lifting.