What We’re Loving: The Roundup 2/25-3/1

With another holiday season upon us, our emphasis is on serving assets!

Spring is nearly upon us and we are super excited for lighter coats and warmer weather. Within the next few weeks we’re going to have quite a few reasons for gathering and entertaining. From St. Patrick’s Day to Easter to Passover, there are lots of reasons to stock up on servingware and great short-cut tools for hosting.

Here’s a peek at What We’re Loving this week:

Neiman Marcus’ Dome Flatware Caddy

Here’s how we see it — if you’re going to spend the money, why not either use it as often as you can, showcase it well, or how about both? China cabinets are meant for your crystal and your china, but your fine flatware tends to get pushed in the drawer.







OpenSky's Layer Cake Slicing Kit 

Create a photo shoot-worthy cake with a cake slicing kit from Open Sky, which includes a slicing knife, a cake lifter, and an adjustable layer mold. Your layers will be evenly proportioned and ready to be filled with whatever your heart desires.




The Land of Nod’s 'What’s That Stand For' Stand

Think about how many opportunities there are to use a stand as a kid — a theater, a market stand, a lemonade stand, a post office, a self-help stand à la Peanuts' Lucy (or maybe not).





Imperial Cheese Knife Set

A cheese knife set is perfect for any couple because, for one thing, there is no one that doesn’t like cheese, and a cheese knife set is necessary for a great cheese or charcuterie board.





TOPS Malibu’s Conversation Table Games

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Fit for any occasion, from birthdays to intimate pasta dinners and wine and cheese pairings, there are sets of questions sticks that pertain to whatever type of party you’re hosting. These games from TOPS Malibu make a great gift for any host or hostess in your life and are nice to have stocked in your own house when you’re behind the scenes in the kitchen and can’t entertain your guests.