10 Things Our Community Couldn't Stop Buying in March

10 Things Our Community Couldn't Stop Buying in March

You already know by now, but we’re officially in spring. Time is flying by (we swear days and weeks are moving at an impossibly rapid speed this year) and suddenly, we’re in April. Right on schedule, we’re back with another look at our best sellers from the month before. In January, it was all about soup. In February? Dinner party and storage accessories. Well, now it’s time to analyze our community’s favorites from March.

While some of the best sellers have stayed consistent throughout the year (looking at you, Casafina Dinnerware), some new hitters have squeezed their way into the lineup this month. Espresso seemed to be on people’s minds, along with bathroom-cleaning accessories, food storage containers, and personal blenders.

Curious to see what else made the cut? Here are the 10 Shop items you couldn’t get enough of in March.

Photo by Ty Mecham

1. Casafina Modern Classic Ceramic Dinnerware, $74+

Ringing in at number one for the second month in a row, this ceramic dinnerware set is a consistent community favorite. Available in nine different colorways that allow for easy mixing and matching, it’s no surprise these handcrafted dishes are a top choice.

Photo by Rocky Luten

2. Five Two Over-the-Sink Dish Drying Rack, $30+

Another consistent favorite is this over-the-sink drying rack from the Five Two line. Not only is it a great choice for anyone with limited counter space, but people also love it for its versatility. Use it to dry your dishes, yes, but also pull it out for washing produce (the silverware holder doubles as a colander) or a cooling rack for baked goods.

Photo by Ty Mecham

3. Blomus Sono Bathroom Accessories, $53

The Blomus Sono bathroom line proves that home basics don’t have to be ugly or boring. The plunger, toilet brush, and waste bin come in nine different colors and all feature a smooth, matte finish and sleek design.

Photo by Julia Gartland

4. Breville Barista Express Espresso Machine, $750

This sleek Breville espresso machine was welcomed into many new homes last month and we understand why: It has a built-in burr grinder, a steam wand, plus a single- and double-shot filter.

Photo by Ty Mecham

5. Hestan Provisions OvenBond Stainless-Steel Ovenware, $80+

March must have been a month of roasted vegetables and sheet-pan dinners. These stainless-steel pans from Hestan are a must-have for anyone who’s frequently roasting or baking their meals.

Photo by Rocky Luten

6. Mepal Mixed Color Nested Storage Bowls & Boxes, $65 $52

Meal prepping was on people’s minds last month—these nested storage bowls from Mepal drew a lot of attention and are surely doing their job of keeping fridges organized and meals air-tight.

Photo by Mark Weinberg

7. Dansk Købenstyle Wrapped Handle Water Pitcher, $95

Everyone’s gearing up for warm-weather entertaining, so it makes sense that this vibrant Dansk pitcher has been catching eyes. Not only does it have a beautiful design, it’ll hold your favorite batched cocktail, tea, water, or lemonade with ease during picnics, garden parties, or cocktail hours.

Photo by James Ransom

8. Hawkins New York Essential Stoneware Dinnerware, $184

As we transition from indoor to outdoor entertaining, t’s clear that tablescapes have been top of mind for any frequent hosts. This stoneware dinnerware set is a stellar choice for anyone who needs a six-piece dish set in earthy, bright tones.

Photo by Julia Gartland

9. Five Two Everyday Soft Cotton Cloth Napkins, $45

These cotton napkins have been a Food52 community favorite since they launched on the Five Two line. Even better? They’re on sale.

Photo by Julia Gartland

10. ZWILLING Enfinigy Personal Blender, $170 $100

One thing’s for sure: Our community loves blending. Whether it’s soups, smoothies, juices, or a classic milkshake, this personal blender from ZWILLING was a main character in March.

Did you buy anything last month that you’re excited about? Let us know below!

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