Five Two Silicone Straws, $25
Bendable, flexible, and perfectly portable, our Five Two Silicone Straws are poised to swan-dive into your iced latte, green juice, lemonade, smoothie (whatever pick-me-up you have in mind, really)—then stay right by your side, no matter where the day takes you.
We crafted them out of platinum-grade silicone (the best of the best) that’s BPA- and BPS-free—plus, it won’t pick up odors or tastes. Then, we added a couple of extras to make your life easier to the last drop:
4 squeegees for speedy cleaning (but the whole shebang is dishwasher-safe, too). 4 mini carrying cases so you’ll never have a wet straw in your bag.
Five Two Essential Kitchen Towels, $35–$74
We’ve got a great new recipe for making just about anything—and making it better. So when you told us what we needed to do to give the basic kitchen towel a Five Two upgrade, we got right to it. 36,000 votes from our community said it all: Some of you asked for towels that were highly absorbent and lint-free. Others wanted a design that was both smart and good looking. And still others weighed in, asking for a thicker weave that sops up liquids and handles hot pots easily. With our own design expertise guiding the process, we came up with not one, but two styles—a dynamic duo of complementary weaves that conquer every task you set before them.
Noaway Countertop Wood Compost Bin, $145-$175
We honestly didn't know compost bins could be so pretty. This simple and discreet wooden container sits on a kitchen counter to remind you to set aside banana peels, coffee grounds and egg shells, for transfer into municipal green bins or your own garden compost. The box is crafted of salvaged walnut with a stainless steel pan and lid. It keeps messy trash separate, helps us stay environmentally responsible, and spruces up our countertop—what more could we want? And now it's available in a new petite size for more counter space.
Bee's Wrap Reusable Food Wraps, $18–$20
Here's how to keep bread (and vegetables, and cheese!) fresh without plastic -- just use the warmth of your hands to mold the Bee's Wrap around the bread or around the top of a large bowl or dish. As it cools down, the wrap stiffens and seals. Bonus: it's reusable!
Collapsible Coffee Press, $39
Bid adieu to pods, paper filters, and that I-have-to-run-out-the-door-but-I-need-coffee panic. Made from BPA-free materials and lined so your coffee never comes into contact with any plastic, this press is sized just right for sipping here, there, or anywhere really. At a featherlight 9.1 ounces, it makes over a cup of piping-hot joe when you’re on-the-go or at the office. Scoop the grinds of your choice into the reusable filter, add hot water, wait 3 minutes, then turn it over your fav mug and gently press. Ta-da! Caffeine fix and almost 0 cleanup required (check and check!)
For tiny picnics (bears and dolls welcome), keeping crayons together when you’re on the go, or holding shells after a day of successful beachcombing, this little basket is just the thing. Handwoven from rattan, it’ll be an instant favorite for children...big, or small.
Mini Rattan Kids Picnic Basket
Bring the color to your outdoor festivities this summer, without the worry: These melamine wonders may resemble hand-painted ceramic with realistic sponged-on texture and paint brush lines, but they’re lightweight, easy to clean, and virtually unbreakable. Start the party indoors and move outside or vice versa—these dishes were made for free-flowing, casual-chic evenings.
Fête Melamine Dinnerware
Set your table the French way with this iconic and versatile glassware. Here in 3 match-anything color options (go on and mix ‘em together for some variety), they’re conveniently stackable and are both impact and chip resistant, too. Not only is Duralex the only glass maker to produce all its wares entirely in France, their designs are also extremely sturdy. The ideal starter set for a new home or apartment, they make a lovely and affordable gift.
French Glass Dinnerware
Oh hello. Spring has sprung...in our kitchens, at least. Once only found in flea-markets, these vintage revival pieces are true Danish treasures: Yep, they’re the very same trusty casserole dishes, saucepans, and butter warmers you’ve grown to adore here and also here, but all decked out in a brand new, limited-edition look. With a triple-enamel coating, they can evenly cook, simmer, and melt, then sashay straight to the table in those joyful hues (did you know that brilliant lid doubles as a trivet? It does). Opt for one or a set of several sizes and then watch your stovetop beam. They’re easy to clean, safe for induction use, and even freezer safe.
Limited Edition Dansk Kobenstyle Pastels
French Farm Table & Extension, $2,795–$3,895
Sit down to the dinner of your rustic-countryside dreams with this French-inspired farm table, designed exclusively for Food52. It was inspired by a vintage farm table found in Lyon, France—but this version is crafted from reclaimed fir salvaged from warehouses and barns in the western U.S. With its extension options, the table ultimately comes in practically every length and width under the sun. You also get your choice of 5 finishes—stained black, grey, or espresso, tinted wax pine, or glossy painted white—so you can find just the right fit and look for your space. We can see it now: a sun-flooded kitchen, this table, farm-fresh scrambled eggs, and squeezed juice… wait, where were we?
ood52 x Ekobo Recycled Bamboo Colander & Pour Bowl Set, $39
Remember the old recycling slogan, “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”? This bamboo fiber colander-and-bowl set is the physical embodiment of that phrase. The perforated bowl for rinsing fruits and vegetables or draining pasta sits in a slightly larger bowl; the larger bowl has a handle that doubles as a spout, so you can collect the water you’re not using and then use it—whether to water houseplants, wash your floors, or any other household tasks. Plus, the bowl is a handy mixing bowl all on its own: scrambled eggs, pancake batter, and sauces can be easily mixed up and then cleanly poured straight from the handle. The bamboo fiber makes these bowls virtually indestructible, plus, they’re BPA-, PVC-, and phthalates-free.
Food52 x GreenPan Nonstick Skillet, $89–$99
In the words of our co-founder Amanda Hesser, "Many nonstick pans are appealingly affordable but not at all visually appealing. With GreenPan, we set out to create a pan that would be a real looker—chic, even!—yet still have the great functionality that would make this your everyday workhorse." So voilà! Our design comes to life here—these pans not only slide out omelettes, crepes, fish filets, and the like with ease but their sage-blue exterior and brass hardware cuts quite a pretty profile if we do say so ourselves. But don't let all that eye candy fool you, these pans have power behind 'em, too: They're made from natural ceramic nonstick without PFAS, PFOA, lead, or cadmium, and are oven and broiler safe up to a whopping 600°F.
Silicone Stretch Top Set, $26-$36
Keep food vacuum-sealed with this two-second wonder worker. Made with meal prep, leftovers, and all the things between in mind, it’s metal, plastic, and glass container friendly. All you have to do to remove excess air is press down on the top once you’ve applied. Did we mention it’ll even rescue fruit and veggie halves? Whatta keeper.
This just in: Named after the houseboat restaurant in Copenhagen Harbor, Vandvid is the latest everyday collection designed by Niels Refsgaard (yep, the famed Copenhagen-based ceramicist who's been working with Dansk for more than 50 years). In ultra-sturdy stoneware, this line’s decked out with playful hand-painted patterns that are sure to get along with any tabletop. Not only do they have that retro Danish charm, they're also dishwasher and microwave safe. We love that the large and small platter can double as a dinner plate and salad plate, if you're into creating a totally unique mix-and-match place setting, too.
Dansk Vandvid Ceramics by Niels Refsgaard
What happens when Danish still life art and ceramics get together? Well, hold onto your hats. These ultra modern vessels are hand made in Portugal using a slip-cast technique. Designed by Nicholai Wiig Hansen, the Strøm Collection comes in all sorts of swoon-worthy shapes and bright bold colors (from grey to tangerine). Choose from a jug, vase, or bowl and use them to liven up your decor, to serve from at the dining table, or just to add a dash of spunk to any room.