Hold it right here. A vintage-inspired design adds a dash of charm to your storage scene. Give your dry goods an upgrade with this set of ceramic canisters.
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New This Month. I made this apron for my friend and her kitchen is teal and white with gold accents, so I transformed some printed cotton and gold rick rack into a special apron I made just for her. I have made several aprons from this sewing pattern since, and I love the way they have all turned out.
We've expanded our magazine to bring you more of the ideas you want for organizing, entertaining, cooking, and decorating- all in one place. Plus, our special Gardening issue, Entertaining Issue, Decorating Issue and Holiday issue are all yours to enjoy as a subscriber. Before him, I liked to stay up late and sleep in until the last possible minute, allowing enough time on a weekday to leisurely putter around the kitchen, grind and brew coffee, and peruse the newspaper. Kids have a funny way of changing all that.
Martha Stewart's house is not the biggest one on her street in Westport, Connecticut, but the shrubbery gives away its owner. The bushes aren't just wrapped in burlap, the ne plus ultra of winterization; the fabric has been tailored to fit the precise dimensions of each plant. Turkey Hill, as the restored farmhouse is known, has been Stewart's home and principal laboratory for more than twenty-five years.
New This Month. The classics never go out of style -- and we love it that way. In fact, one of our favorite styles is something we affectionately call "granny chic.
New This Month. Put an end to cram sessions—as in cramming your work bag onto an overloaded coatrack every evening. Stevens I.
Every age gets the household goddess it deserves. The '60s had Julia Child, the sophisticated French chef who proved as permissive as Dr. She may have proselytized for a refined foreign cuisine from her perch at a Boston PBS station, but she was always an anti-snob, vowing to "take a lot of the la dee dah out of French cooking.
This vintage-inspired black and white apron helps protect your clothes from messy kitchen prep. So pretty, you may never want to remove it. From Design Imports.