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Ina Garten – ‘Get The Look’

Do you love Ina Garten’s classic and effortless style as much as we do? Then you’ll love our new blog series Get The Look, where we feature photos from Ina’s house and kitchen and connect you with products, tableware, and decor to help you achieve Ina’s look in your own space. Just scroll below to see the featured pieces and click on the links to be directed to shopping options.

Ina shared this photo to Instagram over the weekend, and here's our take on how to 'Get The Look.' Many of these items are the exact ones Ina has in her own kitchen.

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Hôtel Silver Teapot

Did you know that teapots are a symbol of friendship and hospitality? It’s the perfect piece to have in your home! This vintage teapot is great for everyday use (triple-plated in pure silver) and looks beautiful just sitting on your shelf or counter. For more info on the whole Hôtel Silver Collection read our previous blog post here.

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Hôtel Silver Footed Bowl

This bowl was actually one of our top requested items at Cassandra’s Kitchen. They are handmade in London - inspired by their vintage predecessors This same type of bowl was used in London’s finest restaurants, hotels, and even on steam ships as everyday dinnerware.

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Hôtel Silver Cake Stands

How beautiful are these silver cakes stands! As you can see, Ina has these displayed in her kitchen and uses them over and over for entertaining. They always look fantastic whether they’re holding a birthday cake or your favorite fruit. They also make wonderful wedding and housewarming gifts!

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White Dinnerware

Simple and classic, white dinnerware can take you from everyday to special occasions. It’s the perfect backdrop for any tablescape – no matter the season or occasion. We love the clean look of this French Dinnerware Set by Pillivuyt, it's timeless. These plates are chip resistant, easy to clean and every piece is safe in the microwave, oven, or freezer. 

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We hope you enjoy this new series and please let us know if there are specific "Ina" items you're on the lookout for - we'll do our best to 'Get The Look.'

Cheers!

Cassandra & Cindy

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Comments on this post (19)

  • Dec 20, 2016

    Hi – I am looking for the ovenproof 12’’ x 16" platter which Ina recommends for her Make ahead Turkey recipe.
    Do you know the brand of this platter? Hoping to make this for Christmas.
    Thank you,
    Mary

    — Mary

  • Aug 31, 2016

    Your website is a gem. Would love to find Ina’s beautiful baskets that hold her cutting boards and also her crystal cake plates.

    Thank you for all your beautiful work.

    — sadie

  • Aug 14, 2016

    Love the blog and all things Ina.

    — joanne meier

  • Aug 07, 2016

    I love the blog and Ina! I can’t wait to read and see more.

    — Natalie Meyers

  • Aug 06, 2016

    Love the get the look blog! Can you find out where Ina’s black handled flatware comes from or how to get the look?

    Thanks!

    — Lisa

  • Aug 06, 2016

    I love Ian and Jeffrey. They are so classy yet down to earth.
    Ian makes everything look so easy when she is cooking. I wish I could say the same but it is not so.
    I love watching her shows, meeting her friends, and hearing about her travels .
    I would love to meet her one day.

    — Pam R.

  • Aug 05, 2016

    I love Ina’s simplicity. Her home is so warm but yet simple. As we get older, I’m now 62, I find that simplicity in my home decor, fashion and cooking makes my life a lot less stressful.

    Thank you Ina, for great recipes, a wonderful cooking show and sharing your friends, family and travel with all of us.

    PS: I’m jealous you live in East Hampton. I was born and raised on Long Island and remember as a child going to the wonderful farms out on Eastern Long Island and having the freshest seafood, most of which my father and caught.

    I now live in the agricultural area of Miami, farms here are much different, but still love my garden which is green all year long.

    — Catherine A Maneri

  • Aug 05, 2016

    With all these fab comments, i sit here and wonder what more could be added? Jeffery, what a lucky soul you are to have Ina by your side. Would love to meet her someday and thank her for all she has done in such a classy manner. By the way Ina, what counter top oven would you highly recommend for my kitchen. Must be ’pro; of course……xo

    — Sel

  • Aug 05, 2016

    I love the blog!! Love Ina too!

    — Colleen

  • Aug 05, 2016

    Ina Garten is the most classic and simply elegant person on all of television. Her food, her style and her grace are a gift for all who are familiar with her. May she always be a source of authenticity and elegance for those of us who love her. It is so delightful to relax in my bedroom with a candle and fresh flowers and tune her in!!!! Best, Jeanne Cree

    — Jeanne cree

  • Aug 05, 2016

    The thing I love about Ina is her “earthiness”. She neither writes nor talks like someone who is a well known personality. She makes me feel like I’ve known her forever and she is just sitting down and having coffee and a brownie with me. Her love of cooking, entertaining and setting up is infectious. Makes me want to immediately go out and make what she is making. I love Ina’s kitchen and would love to see some of the utensils she has that are favorites. Actually, I would love to see everything in her kitchen. Love your blog. Thanks so much.

    — Lily Zandel

  • Aug 05, 2016

    Please add to her list! Love Ina!

    — Ginger

  • Aug 05, 2016

    Love your blog
    Can’t wait for more,well done.

    — Patricia dane

  • Aug 05, 2016

    Fabulous blog! So looking forward to the beauties you give us!

    — Diane Kish

  • Aug 05, 2016

    Not only do I love anything I’ve made from any of her cookbooks (I have all to date!) but her taste is so classic. I’d say “simple but elegant”. Great blog!

    — Cindy Corcoran

  • Aug 05, 2016

    Is this how I sign up for the Get the Look blog?

    — Candace Ward

  • Aug 05, 2016

    Hello!!!!
    I have always admired two things of Inas. One is her collection of French dishes that I believe Jeffrey bought for her for one of their anniversaries. It is white with a gold trim and has purple corn flowers on them I believe. Possible Limoges China? It’s antique and georgeous.
    Another is Ina’s collection of table linens from France with the green square embroidery on one set and orange squares on another? They are stunning! I wondered if there was a website to have them specially made and shipped from the store in France? Love this blog! Thank you Cassandra!!!
    Warmly,
    Jeffrey

    — Jeffrey

  • Aug 05, 2016

    Thanks for the post! I’ve always wanted to know what dried item Ina had in the older episodes that was green. It was in one of the glass jars with lid out on the counter. I currently have one filled with split orange lentils (which I think looks nice), but I’d also like to have something green. Any ideas what it is? Thanks!

    — Andrew Kincaid

  • Aug 05, 2016

    Congratulations on a great new endeavor! Love the blog! So many nuggets of wisdom and helpful suggestions. PLUS…love the photos!

    — Marolyn Marcum

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