Kitchen & Tabletop III

Park B. Smith Ltd

Park B. Smith Ltd. is helping to keep the cook clean and dry with this new black-and-white Peony apron, made of watershed liquid-resistant fabric.

Anchor Home is beckoning island life with its new East Indies Palm III collection of indoor/outdoor pieces featuring designs created by Paul Brent Studios.

Anchor Home
S.S. Dweck & Sons

S.S. Dweck & Sons' Smart Collection of Micro Touch products boasts a high-tech drying mat that matches the kitchen towels, utility towels, and dishcloths. The line is waffled, for softer feel and more drying power, and comes in an array of colors.

Peking Handicraft Inc.‘s new Rosanna's Pasta Italiana collection includes this full-size apron, measuring 26-by- 34 inches and made of cotton with a printed design.

Peking Handicraft Inc
Elrene Home Fashions

Elrene Home Fashions continues to build its offerings of seasonal vinyl tablecloths and placemats with Christmas Cardinals, which showcases red cardinals amid holly leaves and berries. Coordinating kitchen textiles are also available.

Achim's Apple Orchard collection spans several coordinating pieces, including the towel, oven mitt and potholder, seen here, as well as kitchen tiers.

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