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We could’ve sworn it was January just yesterday, but it appears we’re somehow wrapping up the second week of March. The winter weather is (slowly) starting to fade out, the sun is setting a little bit later each day, and you might even be noticing barely blooming buds in your garden, backyard, or nearby park.
Before we leap forward into spring, we wanted to take a look back at some of your favorite things from winter; specifically, your favorite items in our Shop. Saucepans and a personal blender were crowd favorites (we’ve been deep in soup season, after all), but so were vinyl kitchen rugs, colorful flatware, and a flameless table lamp.
Curious to see what else made the cut? Here are the 15 Shop items you all couldn’t get enough of in February.
1. Casafina Modern Classic Ceramic Dinnerware, $74+
This four- or 12-piece set is a hit for anyone looking to fill their kitchen cabinets with colorful ceramic dinnerware. The Portuguese plates and bowls are available in seven colors (cream, charcoal, slate green, white, blush, navy, or chestnut) or can be bought as a pre-curated set. The “ombre” set includes a white bowl, cream salad plate, and a chestnut dinner plate, while the “earth” set includes a slate green bowl, chestnut salad plate, and cream dinner plate.
2. Hestan Provisions OvenBond Stainless Steel Ovenware, $80+
Any avid home cook needs an ovenware set they can rely on. With an average 4.8-star review, this set from Hestan is an option to consider. Available to purchase á la carte or as a three- or five-piece set, your baking and roasting needs will be covered.
3. Dansk Købenstyle Wrapped Handle Water Pitcher, $95
Pour your favorite batched cocktails, iced tea, or water in style with this exclusive, bright pitcher from Dansk. With a glossy finish, elegant silhouette, and rattan-wrapped handle, it is bound to get attention at your next dinner party.
4. Blomus Sono Bathroom Accessories, $53
Bathroom basics don’t need to be boring and this set of accessories proves it. Say goodbye to the mismatched toilet brush, plunger, and waste bin you picked up years ago and swap in a chic monochromatic trio.
5. Emile Henry French Ceramic Fruit Storage Bowl, $110+
This fruit storage bowl has been a Community favorite for years and we aren’t surprised. With a temperature-regulating cork top, holes to help with air circulation, and a deep bowl, it’s a staple for anyone who likes to keep all of their fruits and veggies fresh in one place.
6. Five Two Over-the-Sink Dish Drying Rack,
If you’ve got limited counter space and have been searching for a compact dish-drying solution, this is it. A plus many other roll-up drying racks don’t have? It’s heat safe up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit, meaning it can double as a trivet or cooling rack, too.
7. Le Creuset Classic Enameled Cast Iron Skillet, 9″,
If you’ve been looking for your first (or a new) piece of cast-iron cookware, this is your moment. This signature skillet from Le Creuset is not only a Community favorite (doesn’t require seasoning, comes in seven fun hues, and is both versatile and durable), it’s also on sale.
8. Mepra Italian Flatware, Fantasia Color Flatware Set, $99.50+
Incorporating small pops of color in your kitchen collection is easy with this Italian flatware set from Mepra. With 18 different color options, there’s something for everyone.
9. Stackable Bodega Glasses, $55+
You can never have too many glasses and these are some of our (and your!) favorites. Available as a set of 12, 18, or 36, these multipurpose glasses (use them for your favorite beverages, yogurt, berries, or even ice cream) stack easily to keep your kitchen shelves fully stocked and organized.
10. Neat Method Grid Storage Basket, $34+
Spring cleaning and organization must be on the brain because these wire storage baskets were another favorite amongst shoppers. Available in four different sizes (small, medium, large, and square) and colors (spruce green, black, brass, and bone), you can build the storage system you need for your pantry, closet, or home goods.
11. ZWILLING Enfinigy Personal Blender,
This personal blender is perfect for more than just smoothies. It can tackle mixing together your favorite soups, sauces, and dips, too. Even better? It’s on sale right now.
12. Vintage-Inspired Persian Vinyl Kitchen Mats & Runners,
If you’re prone to drops and spills, these vinyl kitchen mats are perfect for your space. Stain-proof, non-slip (there’s a non-skid surface on the back), available in eight different designs, and cushioned enough for some added comfort—they’ve got all of the bases covered.
13. Five Two Everyday Soft Cotton Cloth Napkins, $45
Saying goodbye to single-use napkins is easy with these cotton cloth napkins from our Five Two line. Wrinkle-proof, soft, and available in seven eye-catching colors, there are options to fit everyone’s table style.
14. Food52 x Dansk Købenstyle Saucepan, $72+
Inspired by the iconic mid-century aesthetic of Danish Sculptor Jens Quistgaard, these wood-handled saucepans are a kitchen staple any design lover needs in the kitchen. Available in nine different shades and two sizes, these stackable beauties are an easy choice.
15. Rechargeable Wick Lantern, $149
No more searching for matches or that lighter you keep misplacing, this rechargeable lantern gives you candlelight without fire. A cross between your favorite candlestick and a flashlight, the ingenious table lamp creates ambiance with the touch of a button via a warm, LED-powered glow in three light settings.
Did you buy anything in February that you loved? Let us know below!