Bahari's understated-yet-luxurious home furnishings, lamps, and accessories are handmade in Southeast Asia from sustainably harvested, exotic woods such as amboyna and plantation-grown teak. Based in San Francisco and Thailand, this one-of-a-kind home décor company specializes in modern functional goods designed to symbolize serenity and simplicity. Salad bowls crafted from unused tree stumps, kiln-fired porcelain dishes and large vases, stainless steel and rosewood flatware, and coffee tables made of woven water hyacinth are just some of the unusual pieces offered in Bahari’s eclectic collection.
Here, we’ve got all the cooking and serving essentials you need for the perfect Tex-Mex feast: from utensils to skillets to bowls. And there’s plenty of glassware, too — shotglasses, beer mugs, and more — because you’ll need a little something to wash it all down with.
The editors at one of our favorite magazines, Real Simple, have personally hand-picked their favorite kitchen must-haves that are sure to bring out your inner chef. Whether you're a seasoned pro or an everyday cook, get inspired and make meal prep easy (and fun!) with these expert-approved essentials, from sleek appliances to cutlery, cookware sets and more. Plus, check out RealSimple.com for delicious recipes that'll keep you cooking all month long!
These organization essentials will get your kitchen ready for the onslaught of winter guests to come (and looking quite stylish, to boot). So you can concentrate on mastering that recipe.
With their bright colors, exotic motifs and natural materials, these decorative accessories let you sprinkle that island feel throughout your house. Try the Zodax Palmetto wooden jars, with their carved palm designs, or the glazed ceramic Jardins du Jour garden stools. Or perhaps the Bahari side-stitch silk pillows and Dransfield & Ross straw kelp placemats are more your thing. They’re all here, along with rugs, poufs and tabletop goods.