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by Grace Bonney


When I’m in the kitchen, I tend to cook more like the Swedish Chef (cut to 0:25 for an accurate depiction of my baking) than a cool, calm and collected Martha Stewart. I like to blame our small kitchen for my messes, but I always leave a trail of flour, breadcrumbs or chopped veggies in my wake. Needless to say, aprons and towels are a must. I normally go with something classic or striped, but these hilariously funny French tea towels from WorkShop are right up my alley. It’s hard to get too upset about a fallen cake if you look down and see that cartoon Frenchman saying “Allo Allo!”


In addition to these fun tea towels, WorkShop has some great homewares, like a London tray by Swedish designer Maria Holmer Dahlgren and the handmade wooden bowls below. If you’re looking for something colorful to brighten up your kitchen, click here to check out WorkShop’s full homewares collection online. xo, grace


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