GIFTS FOR THE TABLE
We’ve been eating so many more meals at home this year than we planned to—and our dishware shows it. An upgraded set of pasta bowls, beautiful drinking glasses, or serving utensils would be a welcome addition to anyone’s daily tabletop, and feels special enough to shine once we can have company again.
Mosser Glass Shallow Bowls
Pasta bowls are the ideal eating vessel (for way more than pasta), and these babies from Mosser Glass are some of the best in the category. Solid but not overly heavy and made from a gorgeous, milky-blue tinted glass, they’ll quickly take over the top spot in your dinner plate rotation.
Ferm Living Smoke Ripple Glasses
These stackable drinking glasses are mouth-blown and undeniably pretty. Use them as everyday water glasses or to bring a bit of edge to a dinner party table.
Duralex Amber Bowls
An unexpected amber color and unique shape (those handles!) make these bowls a stellar tabletop upgrade. At a little under 5½ inches wide, they’re the right size for side salads, cereal, and ice cream sundaes.
These serving utensils from Sabre are simple and chic, with just enough modern toughness—great for the host who’s missing entertaining.
Areaware Totem Pillar Candles
Geometric candles are the new dining table must-have, and these angular numbers from Areaware are right on trend. The set of three is varied in shape and size for a mismatched but cohesive look.
Caldo Linen Dinner Napkins
Simply adding pretty linen napkins to the table can make any meal a Real Thing. Pick up a pack for a few people on your list, plus some extras to give as host gifts throughout 2021.
Bole Road Abren Placemats
These handwoven mats are subtle and natural, with an imperfect design that looks good on any table.
For the person who’s gotten really into bread this year—or the long-time cookie expert in your life—fancy baking tools make a no-brainer gift. We love these pretty kitchen staples and fun upgrades, all of which are sure to inspire a flour-fueled project or two.
Five Two Adjustable Rolling Pin
This modern take on the classic French tapered rolling pin comes with silicone rings that you slide onto either end, so you can be sure you’re rolling out pie crust pastry and sugar cookie dough to an exact, equal thickness every time.
Bamboozle Nesting Mixing Bowls
It turns out there is a best set of mixing bowls, and this bamboo set is it. We love that they’re tall rather than wide, and very easy to store.
Gold Measuring Cups
Not everyone would like to receive a set of gold measuring cups, but it is 100 percent the right vibe for a very specific person. It’s possible you know and love such a person.
Raaka Baking Chocolate
Brooklyn chocolate darling Raaka now sells bags of baking chocolate, for melting into ganache or folding into cookies. It’s sweetened with maple syrup, and made with unroasted cacao, which highlights the chocolate’s natural bright, fruity flavors. It’s particularly great for desserts that combine chocolate and fruit, so give it to somebody who would really like this soufflé.
Anova Precision Oven
This is not just another bulky countertop appliance. The Anova smart convection oven regulates temperature with, well, precision, and uses the power of steam to bake the best bread you’ve ever baked.
Estelle Colored Glass Cake Stand
Every single thing that Estelle Colored Glass makes is gift-worthy, but if you’re after just one piece, make it this stunner of a cake stand. It comes in 10 color options, but we’re partial to this vibrant and festive emerald green.
Hay Enamel Tray
You can bake directly in this miniature, enameled steel tray, but it makes a lovely serving dish as well. The speckled look, reminiscent of campingware, gives it a rustic appeal.
Moma Swirl Enamel Baking Dish
We love this tiny marbled dish as a cookie plate or catch-all. It’s also oven- and dishwasher-safe, so it’s as practical as it is striking.
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