This flooring has a material layer creating a slight relief-like effect that is subtly striped and tactile.
The summer weather is finally here so let’s make the most out of the sunshine. This year, vivid colours are key. Appliances in bolder shades and accessories with stunning prints revitalize interiors and create energetic living and entertaining spaces, indoors and out.
From artist Judy Chicago, this gorgeous dining set is inspired by her art project entitled The Dinner Party.
Photo: Alec Kugler
Limonata ever after
A set of four dinner plates in a summery lemon motif. Made from durable melamine, they’re perfect for family picnics.
Photo: One Kings Lane
Striking yet soothing, Le Creuset’s newest blue hue pays homage to its namesake fruit.
Photo: Le Creuset
The latest juicer from Smeg and Dolce & Gabbana will have you craving the whole limited-edition collector set!
Fluid lines and sleek surfaces characterize this chic, space saving kitchen.
Sizzling in the sun
Abimis launched their sleek outdoor kitchen at Salone del Mobile 2018. Consisting of stainless steel, which is hygienic and easy to clean, you can enjoy stress-free al fresco meals.
The Violet Bakery Cookbook
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s lemon and elderflower wedding cake was made by Californian Claire Ptak, the queen of wholesome baking. Before the royal event, Claire posted a shot of six gigantic crates of lemons arriving at her Violet Bakery, an unassuming little shop in Hackney, East London.
The Violet Bakery Cookbook is a cake-maker’s delight with 100 indulgent yet achievable recipes. This cookbook is a modern classic with flavourful iterations you’ll want to bake again and again.
Why You Eat What You Eat
Acclaimed neuroscientist Rachel Herz takes a look at the science behind our relationship with food. In a mouth-watering exploration, she translates research in a day-to-day conversational style as she explores our modern pantry. Surprising, fascinating and at times humorous.
The Healthy Jewish Kitchen
Turning away from the traditional use of salt, fat, sugar and processed food, this cookbook provides a new, refreshing palette for the still-delicious Jewish meal. Made from all natural ingredients, the recipes in this book are a combination of Sephardic and Ashkenazic Jewish classics with American and international dishes such as: Asian Sweet Potato Salad, Red Quinoa Meatballs with Spaghetti Squash and Spelt Chocolate Babka. To top it off, Shoyer offers a variety of dairy free, gluten free and vegetarian recipes for any occasion!