When form meets function
Did you ever visit somebody and end up in the kitchen while they’re cooking or whatever and notice that their supplies were weirdly well-organized and matchy-matchy?
We’re not talking about EVERYTHING matching so that it looks like a cooking show. That means you’ve stumbled upon a serial killer. The gumbo on the strove being stirred by the spoon with the handle that matches the ceramic cookware definitely contains some portion of the next-door neighbor and no matter how polite the chef may be, you are probably next.
But there are plenty of quite non-murderous people who just seem to have bought things on purpose rather than having stuff pieced together or handed down over the years. The tools look good and the cabinets are nicely organized and the junk drawer has only a reasonable amount of mismatched batteries and leftover birthday candles. (You can’t throw out that one candle shaped like a 5! He’ll be 15 in less than a decade!)
That’s a kitchen we can all aspire to have.
It’s a kitchen that’s just a little bit nicer to cook in because the pots and pans and mixing bowls all make sense. It’s a kitchen that’s a pleasure to clean because everything fits where it belongs and all the bowls nest the way they’re supposed to.
So how does it happen? It happens when you start buying sets like today’s nesting bowls and whisks. So if you want to get your kitchen together without having to eat your way through two weeks of leftover human gumbo, you should probably get ordering.
Of course, it is also possible that you’re currently aiming a little lower than “stylishly organized kitchen” and would settle for something more like “quit burning yourself.” Totally understandable. And we’ve got you covered there, too.