Where better to savor the flavors of fall's harvest than from the countryside. In search of greener pastures, this week's KD Finds finds inspiration from a country kitchen. Discover five bucolic buys that'll put you in an apple-picking mood.
1. Roostic iPad Stand, Cutting Board Style
Bring old world charm to your kitchen with this cutting board-shaped tablet stand. Crafted in Brewers, Maine from solid pine and rugged jute, this stylish stand lets you watch videos and read recipes while you cook.
Originally designed in 1956 and re-introduced last year, this stylish enamel-coated steel cookware might bring up fond memories of your mother or grandmother's kitchen! The lid doubles as a trivet for easy entertaining from oven to table.
5. Peterboro Country Slatted Two Pie with Tray Basket
This handsome hand-woven pie basket is perfect for carrying freshly baked apple pies to a fall dinner, and the clever pie tray lets you stack two pies at a time. It is made by the oldest basket manufacturer still sourcing their wood and making their baskets in America.
The arrival of fall means cooler temperatures, the changing colors of leaves and a new crop of seasonal favorites like apples and winter squash. Where better to savor the flavors of fall's harvest than from the countryside? In search of greener pastures, this week's KD Finds discovers inspiration from a country kitchen.
We found vintage-style cookware that will leave you feeling nostalgic and an old-fashioned slatted pie basket perfect for toting fresh-baked goodies. Our five bucolic buys celebrate rustic details and old world charm.
Check out the slideshow above to discover five fabulous picks that will put you in an apple-picking mood.