K is for Kitchenware – The Alphabet Imaginarium

K is for Kitchenware - The Alphabet Imaginarium by Vera Ciria

Photo by Anna Morago

K is for Kitchenware, the pots and pans, the stylish forks and knives, the ceramic bowls and earthenware dishes. The silent army that helps conquer the perfect dish. The utensils that carve, sift, cook, and bake. The stoic companions that play a key part in the symphony of magic that occurs in the kitchen.

From my red plastic vintage bowls to my flowered ceramic bowls, wooden utensils, forest green marble cutting slab to my collection of glorious plates, kitchenware is a thing of utter beauty. Who hasn’t lusted after a Le Creuset pot? These items are not only practical but alluring, perfect to use as decorative elements when they are not being used.

An entire industry is now focused on creating these lust-worthy objects. You just know you’ll be able to cook better with the new bowl or spoon. This is my argument, to myself and to husband, but I know that in my case, things are pretty hopeless. But at least the kitchen looks lovely and the table is a dream. These kitchen utensils just seem to bring new purpose.

With K is for Kitchenware, we salute the kitchen army, always at the ready, lending a touch of colour, making your home feel more like your special place. Thanks to all the product designers and artisans who work so creatively to induce this madness in us. We are eternally grateful!

If you’ve been following along, you’ll know that I’ll be posting each letter here on my blog, two per week. And if you’re just on-board, you can follow along on Facebook and Instagram. If you just want to see the images each week, you can follow The Alphabet Imaginarium directly! Hope you’re enjoying the journey so far.

Check out the rest of the letters in the Alphabet Imaginarium.

1 reply
  1. Le Beau
    Le Beau says:

    I loved the designs of the pot and I want to say thank you for sharing this information. My mom instructed me that cooking is fun, not something to be restless about. I trust you will apply that exercise and fill your kitchen and table with companions, great discussion, and giggling.


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