Lodge cast iron cookware is built to endure: these cast iron skillets, Dutch ovens, griddles, and bakeware with original, preseasoned, and enameled surfaces are sturdy, heirloom-worthy pieces. Founded in 1896 in the Appalachian Mountains by Joseph Lodge and his wife, Lodge Cookware has created a legacy of quality that has seen the company through fire, the Great Depression, and two World Wars – all while keeping the business in the family (the current CEO and President are both Joseph Lodge’s great-grandsons). Blending history with innovation in equal measure, Lodge has most recently released a line of brightly colored enamel cookware, the legendary Lodge Logicline pre-seasoned cookware (an industry game-changer) and the Seasoned Steel line, a series of brutally tough carbon steel skillets.
Get inspired in the kitchen again: We’ve got everything you need in this sale — from food-prep tools to stylish accents — that’ll bring out your inner chef, and get you to try that recipe you’ve been putting off.
Gilt's editorial VP, Tyler Thoreson, possesses a personal (and design) style that puts a fresh, contemporary spin on the classics. And here, in the latest incarnation of our latest "Gilt Influencer Picks" series, he's chosen both men's fashion and home decor that encapsulate that aesthetic: Everything on offer here — urban-yet-rugged denim, sleek bags, pop-icon art, clean-lined sofas, and lots more — are a perfect blend of timeless and right-now. For more on Thoreson's style and inspirations, check out our blog, The Fifth Floor, at: gilt.com/blog/home
To create a rustic, industrial look that doesn't leave your home feeling like a factory (or a farm), you'll need to deploy a combination of materials. For example, hang a metal pendant light over a table set with wood-handled knives and a milk jug filled with flowers. Or, in a seating area, accent a walnut bookcase with zinc-framed mirrors, glass canisters, and a mercury glass vase. The magic is in the mix.
When you’re shopping for kitchen essentials for a new home, it can take quite a bit of time to write out your list and then motor around to a bunch of stores to check everything off. Instead, we did the work for you. Here’s our list of essentials (and little luxuries) that’ll make your kitchen well stocked — and quite nice-looking, if we might add.