The winter months have officially become our busy season, thanks to parties, presents, and prepping for your best 2020 self. Whether you’re hosting cocktail hour or throwing a low-key night in, there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate this season — so long as your kitchen is adequately stocked. We get it: Your Lower Manhattan studio can fit roughly 5 ½ people at one time, so ambiance and aesthetic have become your best friends. Our advice? Invest in some stunning (and high-quality) kitchen essentials that work for both everyday dining, or decidedly swankier occasions, all year long.
Enter: Kate Spade New York and the beautifully classic collection that’s here for any and all at-home entertaining. Shop some of our favorites and must-haves for this season and beyond, below.
An all-inclusive place setting in an unexpected color, with details that are sure to make your guests “ooh” and “aah.”
A timeless set of drinking glasses for the likes of water, sparkling water, rose water, or anything you’re loving for hydration.
A true necessity: stemless wine glasses. This cute clover-designed set will pair great with any red blend.
A tea kettle that’s basically straight out of a fairy-tale and makes any kitchen counter look perfectly put-together.
A chic set of glasses for the most cheerful part of holiday (and post-holiday) cheer: champagne.
A classy, subtle serving platter that lets your sure-to-be-beautiful main course speak for itself.
A cute cutting board for anything from limes (margaritas are acceptable year-round) to charcuterie.
A gorgeously ornate trivet for anything too hot to handle.
A set of elegant coupes made from European crystal — so you can be fancy but it’s no big deal.
A silverware setting worthy of your most honored guests and fellow lovers of gold details.
Discover how to make yourself a home with Kate Spade New York, here.
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