Five Favorite Metro Phoenix Shops for Bakeware and Serveware
We try not to judge a book by its cover, but when it comes to food presentation, having the right serveware and bakeware can inspire one to bake and cook away the day. Good looking "ware" also makes it look like you know what you're doing no matter what the outcome.
Photo by Kate Crowley Kitchenware at The Secret Village.
Here are five places in Phoenix to check out to give you and your kitchen that, "Oh this old thing?" effect.
MADE Art Boutique
MADE is only 700 square feet and inventory changes quickly, so if you see something you like, you'd better grab it quickly! The ceramic items featured are perfect for kitchen, home and garden.
Ceramic mixing bowl at MADE. Photo from Facebook.
Where else will you find wine stoppers made of bike parts? There are lovely teapots available along with fun everyday bar-ware. The best of thing of all- they're nearly all handmade- none of this "made in China" business.
Photo by Kate Crowley. Your drink is about to get cooler when you use this glass from MADE.
La Grande Orange
While not known for kitchenware, most of the time LGO has some better-than-etsy vintage finds and some whimsical Jonathan Adler items.
Small but savvy display at LGO. Photo by Kate Crowley.
LGO also carries practical items like whisks and unique wooden spoons that double as drum sticks. In addition, while you're there you can find some fun hostess gifts....or gifts for yourself.
4410 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ