March can be one of the cruelest months, at least on the East Coast. Although the end of the month technically ushers in the start of spring, temperatures can still be painfully cold. But when you’re having people over this month, we’d recommend putting a hard stop on the winter decor and dressing your table like springtime is already in bloom.
This hand-painted floral earthenware pitcher will warm up the room even if there’s still snow on the ground.
Add a burst of life to your table by planting succulents in nine egg-shaped vessels arranged on a white tray.
Nothing puts guests in a sunny mood quite like a tropical cocktail. Take it to the next level with pineapple-shaped ice cubes frozen in a thermal plastic mold.
Your garden may still be frozen, but you can brighten any dish with fresh herbs with an LED-powered indoor garden that grows plants five times faster than outdoor soil (and can even be controlled by your smart device).
Chase off the winter doldrums with L.A. chef Kris Yenbamroong’s recipes for intense Thai dishes like hot crispy rice salad, jungle curry clams and sour pork bundles.
“X” marks the spot for your most delicious dishes with a vibrant trivet that adds a shot of color to your meal and is magnetized to stick to the pot when you’re moving it around.
A set of four small-batch simple syrups—cherry almond, grapefruit basil, cucumber habanero, and pear rosemary—will wake up both your cocktails and taste buds that have been hibernating during the colder months.
Remind guests that the bounty of spring will soon be upon you with these white chocolates shaped like some of your favorite vegetables and finished with a dusting of edible gold.
Mixing your cocktail