Quick Picks – Kitchen

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Get cooking with these vintage utensils from Ashley L's Krrb corner.

Get cooking with these vintage utensils from Ashley L's Krrb corner.

Welcome to “Quick Picks” where we scour Krrb for remarkable finds and amazing pieces guided by just one word. Today’s word: Kitchen!

Wood Recipe Organizer in Evanston, Illinois

Keep your family recipes together in this recipe organizer. Photo: Krrb.com/Tartella?auto=format

Keep your family recipes together in this wooden organizer. Photo: Krrb.com/Tartella?auto=format

A recipe organizer ($30) is a great way to store your great-grandmother’s apple pie recipe. If you’re looking for more kitchen-friendly gifts, look no further than Tartella?auto=format’s Krrb corner which has other wares including a tea towel set ($24) and knit dishrags ($8).

Get it all here: Krrb.com/Tartella?auto=format

Marble Dry Sink in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

What kitchen doesn't need more counterspace? Photo: Krrb.com/SanfordandSvens?auto=format

What kitchen doesn't need more counter space? Photo: Krrb.com/SanfordandSvens?auto=format

A marble dry sink ($145) on Sanford and Sven’s Krrb corner is a beautiful way to add more counter space. That’s about it for the antique furniture dealer in terms of kitchen items, but they also carry a Depression era dresser ($175) and an Art Deco full size bedframe ($225).

Get it all here: Krrb.com/SanfordandSvens?auto=format

Vintage Ice Cream Set in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn

This vintage ice cream set is a perfect cold treat on hot summer days. Photo: Krrb.com/RetroSchmetro?auto=format

Serve cold treats on hot summer days in this vintage ice cream set. Photo: Krrb.com/RetroSchmetro?auto=format

Add some history to your kitchen with vintage kitchen supplies from Cynthia’s Krrb corner. A Carvel ice cream set ($20) is a fun way to serve the frozen treat. Pick up some kitschy windmill salt and pepper shakers ($10) or a Georges Briard serving dish ($40) for everyday meals.

Get it here: Krrb.com/RetroSchmetro?auto=format

Vintage Pyrex Set in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Imagine the delicious meals to be cooked in this pyrex set. Photo: Krrb.com/LaBestia?auto=format

Imagine the delicious meals to come from this Pyrex set. Photo: Krrb.com/LaBestia?auto=format

Proudly cook and serve your meals in the vintage finds La Bestia has to offer for the kitchen. We’re big fans of the mushroom print Pyrex ($15) and oval baking dishes ($12).

Get it all here: Krrb.com/LaBestia?auto=format

Acrylic Cookbook Stand in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Display your favorite cookbook with an acrylic stand. Photo: Krrb.com/thisisauthentic?auto=format

Display your favorite cookbook with an acrylic stand. Photo: Krrb.com/thisisauthentic?auto=format

We love a good kitchen cleaning because of the discoveries made in dusty, forgotten cupboards. Take advance of New Black’s spring cleaning for free items to equip your kitchen. We like the acrylic cookbook stand, the Ikea plastic tray and cut glass bowl.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/Thisisauthentic

Kitchen Cart in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Organize your spices with a secondhand kitchen cart. Photo: Krrb.com/xtopher1974?auto=format

Organize your spices with a secondhand kitchen cart. Photo: Krrb.com/xtopher1974?auto=format

Need some help setting up a kitchen? Pick up an indispensable kitchen cart ($30) on Christopher’s Krrb corner. A Sharp microwave ($20) is also up for sale.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/Xtopher1974

Berry Dish Towels in San Francisco, California

Add some "berry" cheerful color to your kitchen. Photo: Krrb.com/tinaproduce?auto=format

Add some "berry" cheerful color to your kitchen. Photo: Krrb.com/tinaproduce?auto=format

Tina Produce’s Krrb corner uses repurposed materials such as flour sacks to make berry dish towels ($65). She also makes recycled hemp and organic cotton napkins in mixed berry ($23) and strawberry ($23). Don’t you just want to eat these up?

Get it all here: Krrb.com/Tinaproduce

Cookie Jar in Hamburg, New York

A temporary hiding spot for your favorite Girl Scout cookies. Photo: Krrb.com/HollyhockFarm?auto=format

A temporary hiding spot for your favorite Girl Scout cookies. Photo: Krrb.com/HollyhockFarm?auto=format

Hollyhock Farm’s Krrb corner has a great assortment of retro kitchen items. This antique cookie jar ($20) will keep your Thin Mints out of sight. We also like the vintage rooster canister set ($22), and the metal bread box ($14) as storage solutions.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/HollyhockFarm?auto=format

Antique Ice Box in East Islip, New York

Preserve your food in an antique ice box. Photo: Krrb.com/electricutioner?auto=format

Preserve your food in an antique ice box. Photo: Krrb.com/electricutioner?auto=format

We’re smitten with the idea of a vintage ice box ($600) in our home. The only kitchen item on Electricutioner’s Krrb corner is a throwback to kitchens before electricity was common in households. Use it for it’s original purpose or as a pantry, either way this ice box is sure to be a handsome addition to your kitchen. And they even deliver in the 5 boroughs. No excuses.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/Electricutioner

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