Nordstrom’s GOODEE Collection Features Kitchenware Mix

Nordstrom GOODEE
The Skagerak Dania cutting board.

As part of its effort to celebrate Black History Month, Nordstrom unveiled various products including kitchenware from the GOODEE brand that was founded by Byron and Dexter Peart. The collection is offered under the Nordstrom at Home label.

Offering sustainable solutions for modern living by working exclusively with artisans, GOODEE offers products that make a positive social or environmental impact by curating a unique global marketplace with unique storytelling.

The assortment at Nordstrom includes a host of items for use in the kitchen and for home entertaining. Our five favorites are below: 

  • The LSA International Mia 8-piece wine glass & tumbler set. Priced at $100, the collection’s glassware features a subtle fluted texture that is made in Poland from recycled glass. The set includes four wine glasses and four tumblers.
  • The Ekobo 13-piece lunch set. Priced at $100, the set includes four side plates, four dinner plates, four 12-ounce cups and a serving tray. The colorful assortment is made from FSC-certified bamboo fiber and all items are dishwasher safe. 
  • The Skagerak Dania cutting board. Priced at $100, the board’s teak wood offers an earthy dimension that is designed to be gentle on your knives while naturally resisting odors and germs. The deep groove around the perimeter helps keep liquids and crumbs from spilling over.
  • The Graf Lantz Wine-O wine glass markers. Priced at $19, the simple yet effective felt markers help your guests keep track of their refreshments. Measuring 1-inch in diameter, the set of 12 markers are made from merino wool felt and manufactured in the United States.
  • The Takada Whisk Broom & Dustpan Set. Priced at $100 and made in Japan, the set is designed for cleaning up small spills around the kitchen or other spots around the home. The broom is handcrafted with windmill palm fibers using centuries-old techniques and features a black wooden handle. The dustpan is made of thin but study layers of Japanese papers.