My apt soooo needs this! how cute would i be at soup parties!*
Soup Tureen & Ladle
This bone china tureen narrows at the top to keep soup piping hot. A peak in the bottom holds the stainless steel ladle upright for a fabulous presentation. Tureen is oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe. 4½-quart capacity. Ladle won a 2007 Red Dot Design award. Designed by Steffen Schmelling, Denmark.
Ladle $75.00 Tureen $90.00
This is the one thing from the store i will purchase ASAP. warm weather is among us which means it's almost time for my first bike ride of 2008. making this basket a necessity! i can carry my books to the park & not have to have the nerdy backpack ruining my cute biking outfit!
Carrie Bicycle Basket
Inspired by the Swedish crochet tablecloths on which her grandmother used to serve tea, Marie-Louise Gustafsson has designed a unique bike basket for the urban cyclist. Can also be used as a shopping basket, canvas strap included. $50.00
Another time when design trumps function. This is beautiful & would look lovely in my bedroom... but it would only hold a few items... what about my other 436 pieces of jewelry? i would need to purchase a whole forest of trees!
Sculptural tree of high-gloss aluminum looks just as striking empty as when laden with treasures. Designed by Louise Christ, Denmark. $55.00
And a lil' something for the kiddos.... this is something i will HAVE to buy my daughters... hopefully they are still making the City Girls set in like 14 years!
City Girls Magnetic Dress Up Doll
Mix and match outfits, wigs, accessories, and even pets to create new looks for two city girls on the go. Four backgrounds--a flower vendor, shoe store, cafe, and an evening street corner by lamplight--show off the ensembles. Put all the outfits back into the storage tin for compact, portable fashion fun!
*i have never actually hosted, or attended for that matter, a soup party. but if i had one of these... i would SO have to. right!?!