If you love collecting sea salts, a mill is an absolute must. I like that this one is made out of olive wood. It reminds me of the Mediterranean where so many amazing salts are from.
Tongs are probably my most-used kitchen accessory. I have several pairs to make sure I always have one on hand when I need it. As a change from the regular stainless style, I love these bamboo tongs. They remind me of chopsticks.
Dipped halfway in white paint, these teak spreaders are the perfect complement to a cheese and pâté plate.
I've always found that honey jars have something romantic about them. Wouldn't transferring store-bought honey to your own heirloom jar give you the impression that you're in absolute control of your life? If I were ever to do this, I'd use this super cute jar. I just love that rope handle.
I have a soft spot for things made out of salvaged wood. I feel like it gives objects a deeper meaning. These walnut coasters will beautify any coffee table and get even better looking with age.
Wooden salad bowls are quintessential in any kitchen, classic or modern. My mom has had hers for over 25 years, and they look just like these! These bamboo bowls are beautiful, and contrary to what you might think, they don't absorb odors and are very easy to clean.
This is another classic. No need to dry the dishes when you have such a handy and beautiful dish rack sitting by the sink at all times. I love the darker shade of acacia wood that makes this a grown-up version of the classic $5 rack that that everyone seems to have owned at some point in their young-adult life.
If I were a caterer, I'd stock up on these to serve appetizers in a very special and unique way. The plates are made from reclaimed oak and finished in olive oil, and their design is ideal for serving canapés. Flip them and they become small cutting boards.
These coasters (can you believe they're coasters?) are elegant enough to be hung on the wall. They're the perfect gift for that person on your list that seems to have it all.
Almost everyone that sees me using a lemon reamer asks me, "Is that really useful?" I tell you, being the citrus lover that I am, I cannot live without one. They make juicing quick, keep your hands mostly dry and, most importantly, allow you to extract every last bit of juice from each citrus half. Rinse it under running water after each use, and it'll keep for years and years.