Ever since we first featured their uncommonly good-looking office kitchen way back in 2015, we’ve been devotees of Food52. For one, we share a belief that a well-designed kitchen is the center of the home—and our admiration has only grown since Food52 expanded to include a shop full of well-designed wares for the kitchen, home, and outdoors from over 450 makers, including the company’s own award-winning Five Two line.
Recently the team alerted us that they’ve launched the Food52 Trade Program, offering designers and industry insiders deep discounts in the Food52 Shop—plus customization possibilities, a dedicated Food52 representative to aid in sourcing, and an ongoing, well-curated resource for products of all kinds.
Read on for a few of our favorite products from the Food52 shop (plus more insider benefits for designers, stylists, hoteliers, event planners, and architects):
Photography courtesy of Food52.Above: A hardy and versatile favorite: the Multi-Pocket Canvas Market Tote by CapaBunga (from $50), tailor-made for a run to the farmer’s market, with pockets for a carton of eggs and a carton of milk, a loop to hold a bundle of flowers, and more. The newly launched trade program offers industry members at least 15 percent off all products in the Food52 shop and up to 25 percent off items from Five Two, Food52’s lifestyle brand (more on that later). Above: The shop features wares from over 450 makers worldwide, including some Remodelista favorites, like Hawkins New York, who created these Slim Glass Vases in earthy hues (from $55). Above: Members of the Trade program also receive up to 25 percent off all products by Dansk, the Danish home brand known for their Scandi-style tableware and cookware, a recent addition to Food52’s offerings. These are the hand-painted Dansk Vanvid Ceramics designed by renowned Danish ceramicist Niels Refsgaard. Above: This Fantasia Color Italian Flatware Set by third-generation Italian cutlery makers Mepra has colorful resin handles and is dishwasher safe, too (from $84). Above: The wares in the in-house Five Two line are designed from crowdsourced input from thousands of members of the Food52 community of home cooks and relentlessly tested. This Five Two Essential Saucepan features a non-slip handle that stays cool to the touch and a built-in strainer in the glass lid and is oven- and broiler-safe (from $69). Above: Mepra’s well-balanced stainless steel Due Italian Flatware (from $89) is made using a titanium plating process developed by NASA, so they’re incredibly durable. Above: Good-looking necessities: the Essential Toilet Brush and Bathroom Accessories by Blomus offers a tumbler, tray, waste bin, soap dispenser, and a well-designed holder for the toilet brush, all in eight neutral hues (from $44.99). Above: And more clever, precisely designed wares from the Five Two Collection, clockwise from upper left: the Airtight Silicone Lids ($40) for reusable storage of leftovers; Essential Knives (from $49), with a chef’s knife, serrated knife, and paring knife, all with Japanese steel blades; no-waste Silicone Straws ($25); Over-the-Sink Drying Rack ($45), which rolls away when not in use, perfect for kitchens tight on counter space; and the versatile, baker-designed Ultimate Baking Tool Set (from $15).
To learn more and to sign up, head to the Food52 Trade Program.