London Fog Tea Towel
Written by Katie on January 28, 2011. Permalink
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Your Design Guide to Home & Style.
Written by Katie on January 28, 2011. Permalink
Written by Katie on January 26, 2011. Permalink
Holy, this Kitchen Organizer used to have the price tag of $699, and now it’s on sale for $349. Much more affordable, and could be just the thing to get your kitchen sorted.
from Design Within Reach.
Purchase Information:Price: $349.50
Written by Simon on January 4, 2011. Permalink
White and wood is used so often in product design because it always looks great and its style is timeless. Designer Klaus Hackl implements the two-tone palette in Maple and porcelain for his series of Cut & Paste cutting boards. I think they’re a bit small for serious kitchen use, but are just perfect for the dining table. The medium size measures 11 x 5.7, and the large is 17 x 8.5.
Written by Katie on December 15, 2010. Permalink
From our archives (originally published September 24, 2010), for your gift list consideration… to see more, visit our Gift Guide.
If you love your lemons, feast your eyes upon this citrus squeezer by Roland Kreiter. The innovative torpedo shape allows both sides to be utilized at once, making short work of enough juice for lemonade or your favorite cocktail.
Also, if you’re interested, Mark Tintner won the pure creativity competition to make a viral film based on the mysqueeze. See it on Vimeo.
Purchase Information:Price: $67.00
Written by Katie on December 14, 2010. Permalink
From our archives (originally published March 14, 2008), for your gift list consideration… to see more, visit our Gift Guide.
I can picture this quite clearly upon my kitchen windowsill.
“Scandinavian in its simple, unadorned and practical design, this ceramic pot is an ingenious way of enjoying fresh herbs much like flowers: Insert a bunch in the enlarged opening, and keep hydrated by pouring water into the corner hole. The broad base ensures that all those little stalks have access to water, while allowing air to circulate so herbs keep from becoming limp and waterlogged. Easy to take apart for cleaning.”
15.75″ l x 5″ w
Purchase Information:Price: $52.00
Written by Katie on December 9, 2010. Permalink
Yeah, soap dishes are boooring in a major way, usually way too boring to even bother with. But, if you’re one that always finds bars of soap disgusting because of the ‘watery mess’, take note of this dish/brush. Yes, it’s soap dish and a brush in one. The brush is a silicone tray with pitched bristles, so after you scrub up, turn it over and there’s a tidy nook for soap so that it stays put. Details make a difference.
Purchase Information:Price: $30.00
Written by Katie on December 2, 2010. Permalink
Agh, something so terribly ‘cute’ about this apron, very Donna Wilson-esque with clouds and polkadots and such. 100% handmade and hand-screened with with soy-based ink in Los Angeles.
Purchase Information:Price: $65.00
Written by Katie on November 24, 2010. Permalink
This tea towel is infected by a ‘Design Virus’. Designed by Pieke Bergmans (of Crystal Virus fame) for the Textile Museum, her aim is to create “personalized mass production” where irregularities are included rather than discarded.
Purchase Information:Price: €15.00
Written by Katie on November 9, 2010. Permalink
The season’s festivities are upon us and with Thanksgiving just around the corner you might want to check out these tea towels. 100% natural eco cotton and 95% guaranteed to be the best host/hostess give ever. The reindeer one (below) is my favorite.
Purchase Information:Price: £7.00
Written by Katie on October 21, 2010. Permalink
There are few things that genuinely delight and surprise me (being desensitized as I am to the many things I sort through each and every day), but funny enough, this oven mitt caught my attention in the best of ways. Whether you get it for yourself or just keep it in mind for a friend’s future housewarming gift, it’s sure to bring a smile and/or chuckle at each use.
Keep in mind that the image above is of one single Oven Mitt; it says ‘Love’ on the right hand side, ‘Hate’ on the reverse left hand side.
Purchase Information:Price: £14.50
Written by Katie on October 7, 2010. Permalink
So, you’re all for the idea of composting, but the smell and occasional fruit flies annoy the hell out of you. What do you do? You get this freezer bin, that’s what. Designed by Fuccillo Studio, this silicone bin allows you to store your scraps in the freezer* and ‘pop’ them out at the compost heap.
Written by Katie on September 13, 2010. Permalink
I’ve stated my love for tea towels before, and this triangle drawing has me itching to ‘add to cart’. Also, check out the Triangle Pillow ($45) with the same design on natural linen.
Original drawing of triangles in an indigo blue ink on 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton fabric.
Purchase Information:Price: $15.00
Written by Katie on August 2, 2010. Permalink
This and the High & Dry Dishrack can compete for the ‘coolest dishdrainer/rack’ title, though this one might lose since it’s a little higher price wise. It looks like the US Alessi shop is out of stock, but you can sign up to be notified when it’s back in.
Designed by Pauline Deltour.
18/10 stainless steel with cutlery drainer, £58.00
Tray in thermoplastic resin, £15.00
Purchase Information:Price: £58.00
Written by Simon on July 26, 2010. Permalink
This is to news to me, but keeping vegetables like garlic, shallots, onions, and potatoes from light will delay sprouting and they will last longer. These cotton Vegetable Keep Sacks by Mastrad do just that while also providing a convenient means of storage and access. And of course, they look awesome. Comes in small, medium and large sizes, priced at $7.95, $8.95, and $9.95 respectively.
Small: 9″ L x 5.5″ W, holds 2 lbs
Medium: 10.25″ L x 6.5″ W, holds 4 lbs
Large: 14″ L x 8″ W, holds 8 lbs
Materials: Cotton and linen
Purchase Information:Price: $7.95
Written by Katie on July 13, 2010. Permalink
Just how handy would this apron be in the kitchen? Numeric conversions, cooking times for vegetables, roasting times for birds, freezing instructions, defrosting times, a cooking glossary and more are all printed on the front, making useful information available right at your fingertips.
Available for preorder.
Design by John Caswell