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Designer Martina Carpelan came up with an idea that is both creative and functional. This simple and elegant storage unit can be positioned anywhere in the house, where two walls intersect. Made entirely out of wood, it goes well in a traditional decor, but in a contemporary one as well. Moreover, it can be of great help in various interiors, from the kitchen to the living room.
If you look at the pictures below you can see that this is a very good looking way to keep your spices in your kitchen. The rack can be simply mounted on the wall with two screws, and each spice rack comes with 15 glass mini cube bottles with cork tops. The olive oil bottle is not included, but most standard size bottles will fit.
We recently ran across this simple, yet very practical product. The project safely deposits your bread in a rectangular wood&plastic device and also comes with a place for storing your favorite bread-cutting knife. Moreover, the knife also acts like a trigger that is able to open the breadbox due to a special mechanism the project developers created based on inside hinges. How do you appreciate this project?
The “one-piece surface and integrated basin” uses the incredibly strong iron, covered in a thick layer of enamel. The material is super sturdy—and that doesn’t even cover how good it looks. Besides the enamel’s durability Island Sink is sustainable: it’s made of 93% recycled and reclaimed material. The enamel-covered cast iron is also amazingly easy to clean.
Tired of waiting while your meal gets cooked? Here is an ingenious way to turn that time into useful or fun reading. Sure, the product is actually intended for cook books, but we know most of you out there would probably use it to store all kinds of magazines, novels, design articles and so on.
Any surface can be revamped with the help of a modern collection of tiles. Named DTile, the fantastic and versatile set of tiles have unusual features like built in items for everyday use and the possibility of dressing up corners, creating a uniform, uninterrupted tiling system. The tiles come with integrated fixtures like cookbook stands, sockets, ceramic hooks, plug holes or drawers.
The product is very simple and has pale colors, which make it easily adaptable to a variety of kitchen interiors. What is truly notable about this design is the idea behind it: a kitchen cupboard with painted doors so that even if they are closed, it seems one is able to see through them. What do you think of it? Do you find this kitchen cupboard intriguing or much too plain?
For those of you who spend time cooking here is an interesting idea designed by Tomas Kral that might be quite useful. The Lap Counter is a plastic tray and a neat kitchen facility, which gives you the mobility to peel, chop, slice fruits and vegetables almost anywhere in the house. It’s ergonomically shaped to fit the lap of the sitting person and it’s molded for both a container and a working surface.
This is a very interesting flexible kitchen table that was designed by Russian designer Olga Kalugin. This flexible kitchen table that expands and contracts to the meet the needs of different users and the design is very innovative. Integrating food drawers on the right and left sides, the folding table turns the drawer covers up and down to be used as preparation boards.
Designer Lotte Alpert thought to make some lazy people life much easier, and he created the Lazy Teapot. A porcelain teapot is put in its associated holding device where it can be swayed forward well, directed so that the tea can be easily poured into a cup without having to lift the teapot. Furthermore the holding device is able to boil up the liquid in the teapot and to keep it warm precisely on different temperatures.
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