A few weeks ago my friend and fellow blogger, Shirley, was in town for a family function. I am so glad she has family not far from me so we can see each other from time to time. We met each other at the outlet mall to do some shopping and catching up.
We went shopping in the Williams Sonoma outlet and I saw this cute bowl with the number on it in all its French Country goodness. It was fifty percent off so it hopped in my cart.
Along with the bowl was this utensil holder so of course I had to get it, too.
But then before I was going to check out I spied the canister set. I thought how cute, but thought it would be too many matching things so on that trip I didn't buy them. After getting home and placing my bowl and utensil holder out I kept thinking about the canister set which was also fifty percent off and a really good price.
So of course I went back the next day before the sale was over and grabbed a set. (The words are not on the canisters just on the photos)
These also have the nice seal around the inside of the lid.
It was time to retire the glass jars. One lid had broke so I was down to two jars and one of those had a chipped lid.
I think besides the color of these the numbers also attracted me. What is the attraction with typography? I was noticing just how many items with typography I have just in the kitchen.
I'm using this little box to hold the coffee filters next to the coffee maker.
Of course I still am in love with my vintage blue enamel bread box. The bread really does stay fresh for a long time in it.
The other thing I bought at WS outlet was this huge crock of Herbs of Provence. I have seen so many recipes that call for this and never could find it in the grocery store so this huge thing came home with me and it was forty percent off. It will last forever.
There were a few other numbered pieces in this line, but that would have been to much.
So thanks for looking around the kitchen again and grab you some fresh tomatoes on your way out.
They're not very big and some are weird looking , but edible.