This week we’re focusing on festive cooking, and gifts for food aficionados. For me the kitchen is one of the most important rooms at Christmas; for my family, the day revolves around cooking (and eating) Christmas dinner.
I love to cook with quirky kitchen implements. Whether you’re treating yourself or someone else to cooking accessories, Christmas is a great excuse to go for something a little unusual. I love this stylish bread board with an unusual leather handle.
Something I love for the kitchen is to mix and match my colours; your china/earthenware doesn’t all need to be a single colour. These pastel colour bowls can be mixed to create a lovely Christmas gift, and are different than the sets found on the high street.
For the baker in your life, try these lovely bright cupcake toppers. Easy to use for any baking ability, they guarantee your cakes will always be beautiful.
If a coloured kitchen gift doesn’t feel right, try this sleek plywood book stand. Perfect for the recipe books everyone receives at Christmas.
Those are a small selection of my favourite cookery gift ideas – but take a look at this week’s wishlist for a larger collection.
I'm the Editor of the mydeco.com blog, writing about the interiors that inspire me most. I love bright colour against neutrals, and have a soft spot for themed rooms. Quirky accessories are my favourite and I love nothing more than finding something bold and beautiful to make a room really stand out! Read more posts by Laura.