Martha's Harvest Collection at Macy's

Each year at Macy's, the Martha Stewart Collection presents a Thanksgiving capsule for kitchen and tabletop that inspires. This year is no different and some of the offerings are quite nice. With just seven days to go before American Thanksgiving, now would be the time to shop. Pre-Black-Friday sales have already kicked in with promises of further reductions next week. So, why not have a look to see if there are any items that may spruce up your table or make your holiday meal prep a little easier. Below are some images of the collection snagged from Martha's blog and from the Macy's website: items I find particularly charming. Click here to see the full Harvest Collection by Martha Stewart.
A mix of rustic themes with modern materials keeps things looking fresh. I like the combination of wood with ceramic, silver with brass and plain with patterned. There is a twelve-piece dinnerware set on offer as well as plenty of table accessories. The gleaming salt and pepper shakers on the right are adorable.
One tureen, two ways! Martha suggests using this pumpkin-shaped tureen (which comes with a lid and ladle) to serve hot apple cider, shown above, or to display a fall centerpiece for the table, below. You could, of course, also use it for soup - its traditional purpose.
This set of four pumpkin-themed napkin holders is quite nice. They are made of zinc alloy and can be cleaned by simply wiping with a dry cloth.
I think everyone needs a classic turkey platter in their collection and this one fits the bill. A careful observer will notice the scene of Martha's Bedford farm depicted in the background as well as her old cedar fencing, which she imported from Canada.
Make things fun and festive in the kitchen, too, with themed tea towels, trivets and brassy utensils. Not shopping for yourself? Think 'hostess gift' too!

1 comment:

Tonya said...

I had my heart set on Plymouth Turkey plates from Williams Sonoma, but these are more in my budget right now. The 12 piece dinnerware set has been marked down to 41.99 and the platter to 17.99! I am probably going to regret not getting the soup tureen, but I purchased a gorgeous iron stone one from Bernie Wong on my visit to Georgia I think will go very nicely with this beautiful set.