Fancy Foam: Luxurious Soap For The Kitchen
A sink full of dirty dishes that is so intimidating that avoiding the kitchen all together seems like a better solution then dealing with it's evil glare.
We call it dish denial.
But it doesn't always have to be that way. In fact, lately we've been pretty speedy about cleaning up our meal-mess due to some new fragrant additions... We're talking about luxurious soap for the kitchen.
Luxe lathering, by no means has to mean expensive. But good quality and a mood lifting aroma are definitely key players when looking for a soap ace enough to get the job done with a smile.
Here are a few of our favorites for both your hands...and your dishes.above images: miles aldridge for vogue italia
Dinner parties that leave you a mess from stovetop to floorboards...not to mention that mountain of dishes that sat overnight making washing a more difficult task...definitely take a toll on your hands. Reward yourself with a post cleanup hand soap that will keep you coming back to the sink, rather than hiding from it.Favorite Soap For Your Hands: Jo Malone Grapefruit Body & Hand Wash | Aesop Resurrection Aromatique Hand Wash Bondi Wash Tasmanian Pepper & Lavender | Le Savonnier Marseillais Olive Oil Soap [separator type="space"]
Nothing quite like a sink with a window view to make dishwashing a little more enjoyable...that and an excellent smelling (and hard working) dish soap. From feminine florals to rugged cowboy barrel aged bubbles, these suds will have anyone in the house raising a hand to help clean up after dinner. Promise.Favorite Soap For Your Dishes: Basil Blue Sage Caldrea Dish Soap | Lemon Myrtle, Geranium Plum Planet Luxe Dishwash Archer Dish Whiskey | Mrs. Meyers Geranium Liquid Dish Soap
above image: elisabeth hoff
Now that the kitchen is clean and we're smelling pretty fancy, somehow not owning a dish washer isn't such a bad thing after all. In fact, it's surprisingly become a cheerful chore!
Which of these suds are you thinking about scooping up for scrub time?!