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Stone Fruit Bowls

Maybe you caught a glimpse of the Stone Fruit Bowls by Chen Chen and Kai Williams, but did you know there’s now a smaller, set-of-2 bowls to round out your collection? The larger bowls are cast from four different melons, each dish unique, while the smaller bowls are cast from a selection of grapefruits. Will the texture on the bowls make your fruit/oatmeal/cereal/snacks a little more enjoyable? Yes, absolutely.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $35.00 - 60.00
Available from: Areaware

Cut Out Platter by Other Kingdom

Who else wants their future home to be made entirely from marble scraps? Until we can afford such splendor, perhaps we’ll splurge on a Cut Out Platter from Other Kingdom. Left over marble pieces from master inlayer Prakash Kumar are spliced with the cut-out patterns of Other Kingdom for a mixed palette that’s sure to add interest to any table setting.
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Price: $240.00
Available from: Other Kingdom

Maracas Salt and Pepper

Why do you need these Maracas? Because they’re salt and pepper shakers. Fun, right? Bonus points, of course, if you shake them like you’re playing in a band every single time you add seasoning to your meal. Plus, they’re designed by Naoto Fukasawa. Really, it’s a no-brainer; be sure to bookmark them for a future housewarming gift.
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Price: $29.00
Available from: Leibal

Finesse Glasses

For a subtle touch of pattern, the Finesse Glasses have a grid intricately etched upon their surface. Pair the glasses with the Grid Table Linens for a complete story, or choose the Trick Placement for a fun optical illusion.
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Price: $40.00
Available from: MoMA Store

Duo Server

How to keep your cheese visually separated from your baguette and/or crackers? By reminding your family/guests that the cheese stays on the marble circle dammit(!). But you’re not obsessive compulsive, so you wouldn’t say something like that, and you surely wouldn’t mind a few crumbs encroaching upon your beloved cheese… riiight? Especially when the pairing of a solid walnut cutting board looks so nice against a white or dark marble circle. The parts can be separated and used individually (marble=trivet!).
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Price: $180.00
Available from: BOWER

Emma Thermal Cup

It’s getting colder, so we’re going to prefer our tea and coffee very, very hot, thank you very much. But what about our poor little hands? Well, when you use the Emma Thermal Cup its outer layer will insulate the hand from heat and keep your beverage hot. Of course, when the weather turns warm again, just think how perfect a scoop or two of ice cream would be in one of these.
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Price: $16.00 - 18.00
Available from: Luminaire

Bliss Tea Service

Tea for one or tea for two? You’ll have options with the Bliss Collection by Odo Fioravanti for Normann Copenhagen. Rounded handles and cute, upturned spouts keep things casual and friendly. And, handily, an upturned Tea Cup sits right on top of the Teapot, so your other hand is free to carry another cup, Sugar Bowl, and/or Milk Jug.
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Price: $12.00 - 49.00
Available from: Gretel Home

Pastel Champagne Cooler

Chances are that you’ll find the price of this Champagne Cooler way too high, but let’s not let that stop us from admiring the subtle gradation of color on its silvered glass surface. There’s actually several pieces of the collection (how pretty is the pink one?), but, so far, I’ve only found one retailer carrying just this one piece.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $745.00
Available from: Luminaire

Belle-V Ice Cream Scoop

You know what will make your life better? The best ice cream scoop ever. The Bell-V is made of hand-finished and polished Teflon coated aluminum. It’s ergonomically comfortable. It’s black. I don’t know what more information you need, because that’s enough to convince me and I don’t even eat ice cream.
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Price: $50.00
Available from: Belle-V

Pour Over Coffee Dripper

Does pour over coffee taste better? That’s up for debate, but there’s certainly something relaxing about mastering a brewing technique that requires patience. This Pour Over Coffee Dripper by Tetsuya Otani is beautifully crafted, so you’ll enjoy the aesthetics of your preparation as well as the taste of the finished brew.
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Price: $188.00
Available from: Nalata Nalata

Bari Cheese Grater

Spending close to $200 on a cheese grater may sound ridiculous, but then you’ve never seen how serious I am about cheese. This Bari Cheese Grater combines a grater with a serving dish; this cuts down on dishes needed, of course, but it also elevates your fresh parmesan into a proper experience. A glass lid keeps grated cheese fresh- that’s no small thing if you’re serious about your cheddar (haha).
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Price: $190.00
Available from: Luminaire

OYOY Gotoku Trivet

Trivets! If you don’t have a few lying around for hot dishes, then snap up some of these. The silicone OYOY Gotoku Trivets have geometric shapes and nice colors, so they’ll complement your crockery and linens for a nice mix. Get a couple for intimate dinners, or get a bunch for handling a larger spread.
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Price: $14.00 - 25.00
Available from: Huset Shop

Kinto Brewer Stand Set

Another brewing stand for coffee? I know, I’m getting a little tired of seeing them everywhere too, but they’re just so darn appealing. Kinto’s Brewer Stand set includes a heat-resistant glass holder, server, and brewer along with a stainless steel (with tin coating) filter and walnut stand. Would it be crazy to use it as a vase when not brewing coffee? Hmm.
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Price: $188.00
Available from: Need Supply Co.

Collet Corkscrew

Yes, this does look like a tool for a spaceship, but it’s even better (because you don’t have a spaceship). It’s a bottle opener that conceals a corkscrew. That’s right, two tools in one, shiny, solid bar of brass that’ll look just fine left out on the counter or tabletop, if you so desire. It may be a good gift for someone special, so bookmark it for the future.
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Price: $75.00
Available from: Fort Standard

Washi Paper Wine Bottle Bag

The cost of this Wine Bottle Bag may match the price of the wine you’re giving, but, don’t worry, your hosts won’t mind. They’ll have a cool bottle bag to reuse again and again, long after the wine is finished.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $15.00
Available from: Ukiyo Home