GIVEAWAY | rethink design studio

After my last giveaway for the Lentement Project, I had the wonderful opportunity to hand-deliver a shadowbox to one of the winners—she happened to be living just down the street from me! After that weird coincidence, I headed over to meet up with EMK over at Rethink Design Studio to get a look at the place and deliver the prize. What I loved about this experience—beyond getting to know a new local friend here—was how versatile this local design studio really is. They focus mainly on interior design, but they go way beyond that. Recently, they have launched a line of powder-coated kitchen utensils in their shop that have my kitchen yearning for some color! Luck for you, they’re giving away this gorgeous pink whisk to one lucky reader.

There are five opportunities to win! Just click through below to follow Rethink Design Studio and Pinegate Road on twitter and Facebook, and leave a comment below letting us know what holiday treats you’re hoping to whip up with this season. Remember to comment separately for each entry—the winner will be randomly chosen from the comments. The giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will be open until Wednesday, December 5th at Midnight.

Best of luck, and remember to check out Rethink Design Studio, their blog, and their shop!



  1. Britt

    It’ll be a miracle if I get to bake one single thing this holiday season! I’m looking forward to the extra time in the new year to make all of the good stuff!

  2. i think i could definitely use a pink wisk in my kitchen ;) i’m planning on making a few new gluten-free goodies this year. the healthier, the better – it means you can eat more, right?

  3. that is such a beautiful whisk! i love to bake and have been wanting to try a chocolate peppermint cookie which i think would be perfect for dunking in hot cocoa. ahh! i love the holidays!

  4. Have I mentioned how much I love your blog lately, Kelsey? It has such a nice feel to it.

    This holiday season, I will be whipping up breads for my family! Most notably, my grandmother’s recipe for rolls!


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