Super sleek and streamlined french press/coffee teapot designed by Freud. Made from 18/10 stainless steel with wood handle. $110, Buy Here
This set of 2 cognac glasses designed by Rikke Hagen for Normann Copenhagen was designed to break the classical convention of design besides being a beautiful combination of function and pure pleasure. The shape of the glass increases the intimate experience of drinking cognac by accentuating the deep color and movement of the liquid. $45 for set, Buy Here.
Base black steel pot designed by Enzo Mari for Zani & Zani is perfect for a minimalist home, assuming its one where the kitchen is actually used for cooking. $479, Buy Here.
Seconds is a set of four porcelain plates featuring a mixture of different designs that shun the central design rule, design by Jason Miller for Areaware. Great for wall decoration or standard use. $220, Buy Here.
Inspired by old distilling alembics, this blown glass decanter called “Alchemy”, designed for Italesse, is ideal for aerating aged red wines, the soft rubber base lets you lean it firmly at any angle. $124, Buy Here.
The Modernist Cuisine : Art and Science of Cooking is the ultimate gift for any chef that you love. The 6-book set is a piece of art that will change any chef’s perspective on cooking. It features cutting-edge techniques used by the world’s best chefs and mouthwatering images to set you off into gastronomic dreams. $625, Buy Here.
Here is a great selection of gift ideas for the kitchen and dining area – perfect for gifting couples, parents, and design lovers alike. You will see gifts big and small but each of these tasteful gifts will leave a mark in an home.