Cozy Kitchen Accessories for a Cold Winter Day

January 13, 2011 | By | Comments (0)

We’ve been getting a lot of snow lately and the weather has been freezing, so I’m always looking for ways to warm up. Here are a few food-friendly items I spotted that make me feel warm and cozy just by looking at them. It’s going to be a long winter…

Coffee-cup-sweater 

Knitted Coffee Sleeves, $18, in white or red at Curiosityshoppeonline.com
These cable-knit accessories are both stylish and functional.

(image: curiosityshoppeonline.com)

Buddha-bowl 

Buddha Bowl, $23, in assorted colors at Flavourdesign.com
I actually have one of these bowls; cradling some hot soup or tea in your hand is incredibly comforting.

(image: flavourdesign.com)

Apple-sweater 

Apple Sweater, $14, in assorted colors from Handmaidenbc.etsy.com

How adorable is this? Throw your dressed-up apple in your tote or purse and the hand-knit sweater will help protect your fruit from punctures and bruises.

(image: handmaidenbc.etsy.com)

Soup-sandwich-tray 
Soup and Sandwich Tray
, $30 at Uncommongoods.com
It might be the tomato soup and grilled cheese that’s drawing me in, but let’s face it—there’s nothing like a soup and sammy combo to comfort you on a chilly day.

(image: uncommongoods.com)

Latte-bowls 
Latte Bowls
, $30 for six at Anthropologie.com
Sip a café au lait or hot chocolate out of these oversize bowls for a warm treat that’ll make you feel oh-so-French. I’m especially partial to the yellow—it’s just the thing to perk me up on a gray winter day.

(image: anthropologie.com)

 

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