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Are you bored of serving your friends your famous mint-and-agavé iced tea in clear glasses? Do you ever wish you could bring last night’s mac and cheese to work in a cool container? Do you want a big plate/platter to serve food that is cool and not unimaginative-suburban-adult?

Now you can both impress your guests and make your coworkers stare at your lunch in envy because of funny lady Amy Sedaris. We know her as an actress, comedian, fabric maker, bunny mom, and author, but she has also added home goods designer to her list of talents! Following her hilarious domestic-themed guidebooks, like the hostess manual I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence and the DIY-focused Simple Times: Crafts For Poor People, the Bojack Horseman funny lady debuted her first housewares line with Brooklyn-based store, Fish Eddy!

In this world that is mostly filled with plain kitchen utensils and totally snoozeworthy leftovers receptacles, we should give Amy Sedaris a medal for spicing up the interior goods scene with her kitschy eye for design. The colorful collection includes gingham-patterned storage bowls, polka-dotted juice glasses, and my personal favorite, dish towels featuring Dallas-inspired dollar sign prints, and ranges in price from $6.50 for a glass to $39 for the complete set, and $24.95 for a serving tray. Your dinner parties will never be visually boring again!