Copper rose gold and all of its prettiness is having a moment in the design world—from interior décor to the fashion industry. I get nostalgic when I see copper in the kitchen because it reminds me of seeing the hanging pots and pans in our family country kitchen when I was younger. When feasts were prepared for weekend gatherings and seasonal holidays, copper mules, cookware, and utensils could be found throughout the open kitchen.
The new kitchenware collection has a luxe, yet homey aesthetic; it's handmade in India, and globally supporting artisan craftsmanship. The pieces are made from sustainably sourced copper. I styled some of my favourite pieces from the kitchenware collection, including copperware pieces that are exceptionally stunning to use for testing out a couple of recipes from the new cookery book by Peter Reinhart, The Bread Baker's Apprentice. This is a marvellously detailed book that would be ideal for foodies with a passion for baking.
The book is a very easy to understand with a thoroughly executed guide to bread baking—from elaborate sweet loaves of bread to savoury creations—if you love making homemade dough or want to learn how to make it, then this is a good buy and a proper reference for your future creations. I will share more about my latest reads and top selections at a later date, however, in short, this book exceeded my expectations.
There's nothing like beauty in natural soapstone, especially when surrounded by copper. To bring a colourful ambience into your space for casual settings, using fruit is always a great alternative with décor. I used pomegranates, which are beautifully vibrant but also tasty for holiday cocktails. It was also an excellent addition to the berry-pomegranate pudding that I made, a revamp of this recipe.
Holiday Bonus: GIVEAWAYI've teamed up with Viva Terra to gift pieces from their holiday (catalogue) collection. I am giving away these beautiful hand-hammered mini-copper leaves, or these copper and wood measuring cups? Either piece is quite perfect for the festive season and what better element to evoke feelings of autumn than leaves!
Just enter via the Rafflecopter link below and tell us which one of the two copper items listed above you would rather have?
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The goods: Mini Copper Leaves, Copper Measuring Cups, Rolling Pin, Temple Bells, and Brazilian Soapstone round Grill-Provided by Viva Terra, Styling: Madison. Tea Towel-London, Marble Cutting Board-(Buy similar), Fine China, Lace table linens-Vintage, *Book: The Baker's Apprentice-Advanced copy given via the publisher (Buy it here). All content and opinions are honestly expressed. *Shop the Christmas gift guide here.