It is not because you are born in 1850 that you are not young at heart. Urban Colors shows a younger, hipper side of Emily Henry.
The Urban Colors collection injects a sense of fashion into the traditional ceramic cookware brand. And to stay current, Emile Henry adds two more colors and new shapes to the Urban Colors collection.
You now have a choice of five tasty colors, each named after a food: Muscade (nutmeg), Poivre (pepper), Figue (fig), Granny and Litchi.
Accessorize your kitchen
With the open shelving trend in the kitchen, you need remarkable vessel. We may admire the bold and lively kitchens that we see in the magazine but must people are not ready to commit. Kitchen cabinets are such a huge investment that we select materials that we can live with for a long time. This fact typically translates into neutrals.
The easiest way to update any neutral kitchen is by infusing a punch of colors through accessories. Why not do it through your everyday oven and tableware? When you get tired to see them, you simply hide them in your closed cabinets.
All Emile Henry cookware are made using Ceradon, an exclusive process which improves the qualities of traditional pottery. Three good reasons to buy Emily Henry:
- A highly resistant glaze which does not scratch or craze
- Highly resistant to chipping
- Highly resistant to heat and cold
Learn more: Emile Henry
emilyMarch 18, 2008 at 12:21
So pretty! I’m actually more of a 1850 era lover of china and tabletops, but this is very lovely and it’s nice to know about different options for shower and wedding gifts.
At Home with Kim ValleeMarch 22, 2008 at 13:56
The best of the International Home and Housewares Show 2008