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Entertain in style with cute kitchen and dining home goods! Shop cutlery, dinnerware, small appliances and more kitchen gadgets. From KitchenAid mixers to Calphalon cookware to darling aprons, you’ll find a large selection of kitchen supplies from favorite stores like Sur La Table, Williams-Sonoma and Bed Bath & Beyond. When taking stock of your kitchen, think about how much (or little) you cook or entertain. If you love cooking, invest in high quality pots, pans and perhaps that Le Creuset casserole dish you've been drooling over. Is throwing parties more your thing? Whether you host small get-togethers or big bashes, get beautiful table linens and serveware. Cute measuring spoons and adorable salt and pepper shakers will inject whimsy into your everyday food prep. Cooking with love is the best so get the tools you need to love to cook! Kitchen gadgets and linens make excellent gifts, too. Consider cookbooks, tea infuser pots or bar tools for gifting.
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  • Eva Solo - Sports Bottle
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    Eva Solo - Sports Bottle
    Always with you: The sports drinking bottle by Eva Solo ensures to quench your thirst on the way. It even offers some practical details and unique style. It isn’t only important to drink enough doing sports. Eva Solo offers enough water on a practical way even with more style. The sports bottle by the Danish manufacturer has a practical carrying strap to port and hang the bottle and it has a lid, protecting the drinking cap. Drinking bottle with practical details The drinking cap of the Eva Solo sports drinking bottle is 100% watertight, when it isn’t used. The practical lid protects the closure and it is connected to the silicone band, so that it won’t get lost. Eva Solo produces the sports drinking bottle out pf plastic and silicone. This makes it stable and break-proof, which is very advantageous doing sports and for children. The bottle, the cap and the lid are dishwasher safe and free from phthalates and other damaging substances, of course.
  • Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Pitcher
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    Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Pitcher
    The duck is slim now: Henning Koppel designed a serving pitcher (with the number 1,044) in the year 1952 for the legendary Danish silver smithy Georg Jensen that reminded of a fat duck in its form. Consequently it became popular under the name “the pregnant duck” and was considered an absolute design classic. Koppel was obviously influenced by himself when he shaped the “Pitcher” in 1965 – also if it is slimmer now, what makes it appear even nobler than its idol. The design breathes pure pride. The Georg Jensen Company revives the chic, initially silver designed piece now in stainless steel, together with other works from the “master of form”. And the pitcher does spectacularly underline this series, which is why the Henning Koppel objects advanced to become the embodiment of Scandinavian post-war design as New Look famous style with their mirror-flat polished surfaces and their asymmetrical lines. Henning Koppel died in 1981 – although his works are still highly up-to-date today.
  • Vitra - Coffee Mug Love Heart
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    Vitra - Coffee Mug Love Heart
    Alexander Girard designed the popular Love Heart pattern with love for details, so that it came to ornament many textiles and accessories of the Vitra Collection. Alexander Girard designed more than 300 graphic patterns as manager of the textiles department of Herman Miller. He additionally worked as furniture, exhibition and interior designer. He also designed menus, napkins and dishes for the restaurant La Fonda del Sol, for example. That big world of patterns was the origin of the Vitra Home Complements Collection, which emerged in cooperation with the Girard family, to be revitalized on home accessories and textiles. The Love Heart, one of the popular and most famous motives of Girard, ornament the Coffee Mugs of the Home Complements Collection. Robust porcelain mugs are produced in a traditional porcelain factory therefore. The mugs are ideally suitable to be used during comfortable hours drinking coffee, tea or hot chocolate with the capacity of 300 ml. The cups are dishwasher-safe. The cups are microwave-resistant and food-safe. Available in different colours.
  • Bodum - Ceylon Ice Tea Maker
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    Bodum - Ceylon Ice Tea Maker
    Maker your ice tea by yourself instead of buying in the grocery store! By that you won't only safe money but also define how your tea should taste by yourself - only like tea or an extra taste, a light lemon note, a lot of sugar, less sugar... You only have to put the tea leaves into the Ceylon ice tea maker and put hot water on it. The rest of the can can be filled with cold water. Then the time for creativity comes and you can add lemons- or orange pieces or other flavourful highlights - just as you want your ice tea. After the preparation you can put the iced tea into the fridge for a night. Then the freshing is perfectly cooled for the next day. Just put ice cubes and a straw pipe into the glass and relax. The Ceylon ice tea maker by Bodum is available in two different versions, both cans offer an amply capacity of 1.5l, or 3.0l and are made of transparent plastic.
  • Stelton - Bread Bag - big
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    Stelton - Bread Bag - big
    An exclusive wrapping for bread… Good bread ought to be served in the most delicious and appetizing way. This is the simple philosophy behind a new breadbasket from Stelton: The multi-functional bread bag. The bread bag was created by Klaus Rath, who among other things has designed a range of minimalistic, elegant solutions within headsets, flat screens, signs and graphics design. The bread bag by Stelton is made of the best quality of cotton, approved for food. This is an exquisite and strong bag with great potential - it can be used for different kinds of bread. Unfolded for loafs, folded for small breads and buns and due to the hidden magnets in the top it may be closed for keeping the bread crispy and fresh. The desired bread box by Stelton became a fashion icon over the years and it appears in spring and fall patterns and colours every year.
  • Jenaer Glas - hot'n cool Tea Set
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    Jenaer Glas - hot'n cool Tea Set
    The hot’n cool tea set belongs to the Food & Drinks hot’n cool collection by Jenaer Glas. The glass cup with integrated colander makes it easy to boil tea and it keeps the hot drink warm for a longer time because of the double glass wall. The hot’n cool collection is functional and shapely because of the double walls and the newish design. The higher interior bowl lets the drink seem to float. Moreover the thermos-effect keeps the content hot or cold for a longer time. The double walls make it also more pleasant to hold the cups in the hands without getting burned. Tea set: Glass cup with integrated colander Tea won’t be spilled around and moving from the kitchen to the living room has also ended with the tea set from Jenaer Glas. Unsightly plates for the teabag on the coffee table aren’t necessary anymore as well. The colander can simple be placed inside of the lid because of the integrated colander tray, after the aroma completely unfolded. In the lid there is a special gap for the colander. The glass is aesthetical without the colander and the lid, which is stylish and which avoids getting burned. Do also use it for cold drinks or as elegant snacks bowl in the evening. The shapely mugs are available in different shapes and.
  • Marimekko - Pieni Unikko Table Runner
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    Marimekko - Pieni Unikko Table Runner
    The Pieni Unikko print is the most famous one of Marimekko. The colourful floral pattern ornaments many items by the manufacturer, like this table runner. It grants always flourishing bouquets on your dining table. The Marimekko table runner covers the whole table with flowers. Whether in a powerful red and yellow tone or with decent black and white tones. The table runner in summerly colours is suitable to be used as stylish table decoration and it can become a colourful and tasty table ensemble combined with kitchen textiles and ceramics of the Marimekko Collection. Pieni Unikko (small poppy in English) is an adapted edition of the iconic flower print by Maija Isola of 1964. The daughter Kristina reduced the pattern in order to adapt it to smaller home textiles and accessories. The famous pattern ornaments cups, tablets, cushions and coffee mugs of the Unikko Collection today. The Pieni Unikko table runner has a total length of 150 cm and it can cover the length of a dining table or drape the short side of it.
  • Marimekko - Kompotti Tea Towel (set of 2)
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    Marimekko - Kompotti Tea Towel (set of 2)
    The Marimekko tea towel is ornamented by a colourful design by Aino-Maija Metsola. A colourful compote of fruits, colours and shapes comes together on the tea towel. The textile print is covered by a mixture of fruits like the sweet culinary meal itself: Apples, oranges, kiwis, lemons and strawberries are displayed like a charming, fruity, slightly abstract pattern. The tea towel with the tasteful print is delivered in a set of 2 with a colourful and a black/white edition of the Kompotti pattern. Each towel has a loop to be hanged at a hook in the kitchen.
  • Vitra - Coffee Mug Eyes
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    Vitra - Coffee Mug Eyes
    The “Heart” and “Eyes” patterns were now printed on coffee mugs for the Vitra Home Complements Collection. Alexander Girard designed more than 300 graphic patterns as manager of the textiles department of Herman Miller. He additionally worked as furniture, exhibition and interior designer. He also designed menus, napkins and dishes for the restaurant La Fonda del Sol, for example. That big world of patterns was the origin of the Vitra Home Complements Collection, which emerged in cooperation with the Girard family, to be revitalized on home accessories and textiles. The almond-like eyes , one of the popular and most famous motives of Girard, ornament the Coffee Mugs of the Home Complements Collection. Robust porcelain mugs are produced in a traditional porcelain factory therefore. The mugs are ideally suitable to be used during comfortable hours drinking coffee, tea or hot chocolate with the capacity of 300 ml. The cups are dishwasher-safe. The cups are microwave-resistant and food-safe. Available in different colours.
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Vacuum Cup
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Vacuum Cup
    The favourite hot drink will accompany you while you are travelling thanks to the Rosendahl Grand Cru vacuum cup. The practical vacuum cup out of brushed steel transforms the Coffee to Go into a design product. The Rosendahl Grand Cru vacuum cup keeps its content hot and the outside dry. The design cup from Erik Bagger is equipped with the proven and practical pressure-button function by Rosendahl, which opens and closes the cup with a button. The cup is absolutely leak-proof when it is closed and it is easy to drink out of it thanks to the click-lid. Rosendahl produces the grand Cru vacuum cup out of double-walled stainless steel, which ensures optimal insulation, high hygiene standards and exclusive design- The insulated cup out of steel is a great gift for every coffee enthusiast and for all of those that like hot drinks outside. To be cleaned, Grand Cru can easily be washed in the dishwasher.
  • Hackman - All Steel+ Frying Pan
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    Hackman - All Steel+ Frying Pan
    All Steel+ is the further development of the popular All Steel collection from Hackman. The specialty is that the pots and pans from Hackman have a base of 5 layers, which was especially developed for induction stoves. The base has a very good and balanced warmth conductivity, in order to ensure perfect results. The Finnish designer Harri Koskinen designed the stainless steel cooking dishes collection “All Steel” for Iittala in 2002. The big assortment of pots and pans was exclusively made for professional chefs, but uncountable hobby chefs discovered this collection, wanting the quality to be available for everyone. The All Steel series is produced and distributed by the manufacturer Hackman. Perfect browning on all stove types The secret behind the perfect browning result of the All Steel+ pans is the special Ceratec° ceramic coating with its great warmth conductivity. The meals won’t only look gorgeous, but also taste even better. Furthermore the pans are made of resistant 18/10 stainless steel. The ceramic pans of the All Steel+ collection are usable on all kinds of stoves: The All Steel Plus collection is also suitable for induction stoves in this optimized version, there they’ll work absolutely noiseless and efficiently. But the pans will also work on common gas and glass-ceramic stoves on hobs and on fast heating halogen hobs – there the All Steel+ pots will be used professionally. The All Steel+ pans of Hackman are ovenproof and dishwasher safe, whereby they shouldn’t be placed in the oven at more than 240°C in order to save their coating.
  • side by side - Sausage Dog Tray
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    side by side - Sausage Dog Tray
    After the sausage dog “Waldi” became the mascot of the Olympic games in Munich in 1972, the dog became famous internationally. The dog breed also called dachshund or simply sausage is especially popular in Germany, which is why the designer Sabine Meyer dedicated a serving tray to him. The long back and the short legs are characteristics we recognize on the first sight. The silhouette of the dachshund serves as serving tray because of its anatomical qualities. It isn’t only allowed to smile when you see this tray, but it is even desired. The humorous design isn’t unpractical, since the serving tray “Sausage Dog” is useful to present finger food and snacks of all kinds and it can also be used as cheese plate. The high class wooden board which has the form of a dachshund is also usable for very different purposes: As trivet, chopping board or decoration element. Side by side produces the serving tray out of oiled, European walnut in the Caritas Wendelstein workshops / Raubling.
  • A di Alessi - Moka Alessi Espresso Machine
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    A di Alessi - Moka Alessi Espresso Machine
    Italy – where espresso is the philosophy of everyone’s life. Alessandro Mendini designed an expresso machine for A di Alessi with “Moka”, which orients itself to the great ancient coffee traditions. With the Moka Alessi, Alessandro Mendini created an espresso machine with playful outlines. It interprets the arketypical form of the classic espresso boiler in a modern way, while its inside remains classic. The Moka Alessi has enough capacity of 300 ml for several cups of espresso. The Moka Alessi is easy to handle and mobile since it is a classic espresso machine, and the few parts it has, make it possible to clean it without any problems. A di Alessi produces the ARS09 espresso machine out of 18/10 stainless steel, which is polished in order to upgrade every kitchen it is in.
  • urbanature - stand-up herbs bottle
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    urbanature - stand-up herbs bottle
    The stand-up herb bottles from urbanature safely hold all your herbs, teas and spices converting herbs and bottles into a stylish home accessory. This creative design object from Jörg Brachmann emphasizes herbs charmingly. No wonder that stand-up became the trend-product of 2013 in the category “sustainability and design”. The designer wants to transport a piece of nature into the routine of everyone with products like this. High class, naturalness and everyday-suitability are thereby the guiding ideas for the designer to be oriented. Thereby Jörg Brachmann only uses wood of sustainable foresting and recyclable materials – including the package. The stand-up herb bottles – a playful, noble kitchen accessory Playful and also elegant is how the stand-up bottles present everything that smells good and upgrades meals. The bottles resist nervous hands and stressful movement. When it comes to tension, these sweet bottles remain straight and resistant. The glass bottles made of insensitive borosilicate glass stands on a half-sphere of noble wood. A natural cork top saves the content of the flacon so that aroma and scents remain protected for a long time. Every bottle is made by hand, as all the products of the manufacturer urbanature. The stand-up herbs bottles are available made of different kinds of wood – brighter ones like ash wood act modern, darker ones like walnut are nobler. Herbs or spices are also a gorgeous gift for the loved ones in this charming wrapping.
  • Stelton - Theo teapot
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    Stelton - Theo teapot
    Enjoy tea between tradition and future – with Theo by Stelton. The Theo tea cup with coaster leans on Asian culture – with attractive style and powerful expression. The Stelton Theo teapot is made of classic Scandinavian stoneware in rustic, black-brown cast iron finish. The lid and the handle of the Theo teapot are made of bamboo – referring to the Arian tea culture. The simple and stylish shape acts relaxing – which is the ideal prerequisite for drowning in the own tea rituals. Suiting the teapot, Francis Cayouette also designed a teapot warmer, mini bowls and a tea cup for his Theo collection. The mix of materials, powerful colours and modern, clear shapes ensures unique appeal and remaining impressions.
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Round Serving Plate with Pedestal
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Round Serving Plate with Pedestal
    Classic dishes that disappeared from the screen a long time ago are trendy again. This is how the traditional pastry plate comes back with a modern shape, with the appearance of the round Grand Cru serving tray with pedestal by Rosendahl. Serving pastry or other self-made things like macaroons and cupcakes is what the round Grand Cru serving tray does. The Grand Cru porcelain plate is big enough to hold cakes, cake servers and many tasty fruits. The serving plate is also suitable as top of other tasty little things. This is a great gift for all bakery enthusiasts and for all of those that love Danish quality design. Rosendahl produces the modern serving plate out of porcelain. The Erik Bagger made Grand Cru collection is one of the most famous dishes series of Denmark. The sharp edges and stylishly clear outlines make it suitable for every place.
  • Stelton - Theo tea cup with coaster
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    Stelton - Theo tea cup with coaster
    Enjoy tea between tradition and future – with Theo by Stelton. The Theo tea cup with coaster leans on Asian culture – with attractive style and powerful expression. The tea collection by Stelton has all to offer, what’s needed for a real tea ceremony. The Theo tea cups spread quietness to the eyes and the soul. As well as the suitable teapot with the same Asian inspired, simple design, the mug also consists of rustic, black-brown stoneware. The cups are also suitable for Miso soup, Edamame beans or Wakame salad. The included coaster of bamboo has a warm and tranquil appearance. The coaster of sustainable, Asian bamboo avoids tea rings on the table and it is also usable as lid for the Theo mug. The simple and stylish shape acts relaxing – which is the ideal prerequisite for drowning in the own tea rituals. Suiting the tea mug, Francis Cayouette also designed a teapot, mini bowls and a votive candle warmer for his Theo collection. The mix of materials, powerful colours and modern, clear shapes ensures unique appeal and remaining impressions.
  • Alessi - Cha Kettle / Teapot
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    Alessi - Cha Kettle / Teapot
    The bribing austerity of Naoto Fukasawa is again expressed in the assortment of Alessi – with the Cha, which is a kettle and a teapot at the same time. The lid of the Alessi Cha is easily but firmly introduced in the corpus of the kettle / teapot, in order to remain closed while it is used. The flexible handle of Cha is fixed at the corpus in a way that it snaps when the object is levered vertically, so that it is easier to pour the content. The handle of Cha is close to the corpus, which means that the multifunctional teapot is space saving when it isn’t used. The big integrated filter transforms “Cha” – the name is Japanese for “tea” – into a refined object to serve drinks. Naoto Fukasawa: Expressive purism The welded pourer has another filter, which keeps tea leaves from falling out, when they came out of the tea filter from inside of the pot. This structural details makes it possible to use the pot without filters, with the tea leaves directly in the corpus. The apparently simple shape hides how the designer concentrated on the details of his project, which is typical for the expressive purist Naoto Fukasawa: Elegant, simple and still very clever up to the details. Cha is made of 18/10 stainless steel with a lid knop of thermoplastic resin to protect the hands from heat. The modern teapot has a capacity of 900 ml. The base of the Cha kettle / teapot made of magnet steel is suitable for warmth sources of all kinds, including the one of induction stoves.
  • Menu Design Menu - Water bottle with a copper lid
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    Menu Design Menu - Water bottle with a copper lid
    The clear, bottle-shaped water bottle by Menu made of mouth blown glass with copper lid suits the other products by Norm because of the soft and minimalistic outlines. The clear water bottle fits perfectly in the refrigerator door, providing chilled liquids at all times. The Menu water bottle comes with a lid to prevent the contents from absorbing odours from the refrigerator. The bottle has a completely drip-free silicone neck that prevents spots on tables, cloths or guests. The removable silicone neck should be hand washed, the bottle is dishwasher safe. A bottle of 1 l and of 0.5 l with removable lid of cork, stainless steel and other colours is also available.
  • Bodum - Bistro oil and vinegar dispenser
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    Bodum - Bistro oil and vinegar dispenser
    There’s something homey about having oil and vinegar dispensers on the kitchen or dining room table at all times. And then there’s something messy about actually using them at the table. Most dispensers don’t cut off the flow of the oil completely after pouring, causing the oil to spill when the dispenser is returned upright - and any table, especially a wooden one, takes a beating. The BISTRO Oil and Vinegar Dispensers come with a pointy plastic beak which cuts the flow of oil and vinegar very precisely – hence, no messy tables. A little silicone ball in the lid closes the dispenser when it’s standing upright, and then moves up to open the lid when the bottle is tilted, allowing for easy pouring. The dispensers are made from plastic, silicone and borosilicate glass. They are dishwasher safe.
  • Skagerak - Norr Tray
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    Skagerak - Norr Tray
    The Norr Tray from Skagerak is classic. It has a lot of practical utility with its simple shape and the noble processing of it. Norr, Swedish for “north”, breathes the original spirit of Scandinavian design: The straight-lined shape promises versatility and the material of the tray from Skagerak is close to nature and uncompromisingly sophisticated. The simple design allows using it in the most different furnishing styles. Hand-selected, FSC-certified oak wood is used as material for the Norr Tray from Skagerak. The carrying handles are made of leather. The oak of the tray is a very resistant material which grants to be durable.
  • Stelton - Emma Vacuum Teapot
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    Stelton - Emma Vacuum Teapot
    The new, revolutionary Emma vacuum teapot by Stelton sets standards regarding brewing tea. Say bye bye to bitter tea. A simple twist closes the included Smart-Filter, so that the tea will stop infusing when the right strength has been reached. The tea leaves must only be removed when the tea has been drunk. A fusion of tradition and innovation offers the Emma vacuum pot its harmonic body of high-gloss painted stainless steel. The beech wood handle offers a modern note to the jug and it uses natural materials, as before. Stelton’s Emma vacuum teapot has a blue nuance, which wonderfully suits the bluish tone-in-tone colours of the collection. Stelton produces the body of the Emma vacuum teapot of high-gloss painted stainless steel, and also the thermo insert is made of stainless steel.
  • Georg Jensen - Cobra Drinking Glass
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    Georg Jensen - Cobra Drinking Glass
    The German designer Constantin Wortmann likes to play with the viewer's perception. His Cobra Drinking Glass appears dynamic and is a typical example for his vision of transformation. With the Cobra Drinking Glass, Wortmann has translated the flowing design language of the collection by Georg Jensen into a new context. The mouth-blown glass smoothly winds its way upwards, just like an eponymous cobra. Due to its sculptural shape, the Cobra Drinking Glass of Georg Jensen is perfectly suitable as a water glass as well as for other exclusive beverages. Drinking Glass with a snakelike vitality "Cobra gives the impression as if it rises and floats, seemingly defying gravity", says Wortmann. The drinking glass radiates a snakelike liveliness. Especially the combination with further items of the Georg Jensen Cobra series enables countless transformations. Its nearly flowing impression gives the objects of the Cobra series by Georg Jensen a dynamic presence on any surface. In combination with its functionality, the items of the Cobra series are very stylish household items and elegant eye-catcher.
  • KitchenAid - Scissors
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    KitchenAid - Scissors
    The American way: The scissors by KitchenAid are sharp tools for every purpose. The scissors belong to the collection of kitchen utensils from Kitchen Aid, which is a collection of tools and baking utensils for every day with an iconic mid-century appearance each one of them. And the best thing is: The unmistakable style makes the scissors suitable to cut every package as well as food like salad or herbs. The ergonomic and soft non-slip handles of the household scissors ensure harmless and safe cutting, while the blade of carbon-rich stainless steel for cutlery ensures longevity and high quality. After it was used, the KitchenAid scissors can be washed in the dishwasher without any problems.
  • Marimekko - Oiva Tasaraita Cup with Handle
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    Marimekko - Oiva Tasaraita Cup with Handle
    Stripes that suit everything. This is what the designer Annika Rimala thought of, when she developed the world famous Tasaraita pattern. The straight-lined pattern is indispensable in fashion, design and many other branches today, which is proven by the powerful expression of the Tasaraita cups with handle from Marimekko. Tasaraita was originally designed by Annika Rimala for fashion purposes. It was the first time that graphically simple and still strong stripes entered clothes. And much more: Tasaraita was the first unisex collection. The first clothes made for both: Women and men. Rimala wanted to express this highly modern philosophy in designs with differently coloured stripes of the same size: Different and with an own character, but absolutely equitable. And unfolding their whole attractiveness when they are combines. Simple. Timeless. Striped. The Marimekko Tasaraita cup brings this philosophy to the kitchen and the dining table. A big coffee, but also tea or every other drink suit in the 250ml cup. The Finnish manufacturer Marimekko produces the design coffee cups with handles out of stoneware. More details: Microwave resistant. Ovenproof. Dishwasher-safe.
  • Sigg - VIVA NAT Bottles
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    Sigg - VIVA NAT Bottles
    The VIVA NAT bottles by Sigg take another step combining classic outlines of the popular Sigg bottles with the advantages or modernity. The Viva bottles have the NAT top (New Active Top) like all the other NAT bottles by Sigg: The high-tech lid has a safety valve and a pre-ventilation mechanism in order to grant maximal comfort. The new technique with the included drinking straw makes drinking fluid without the need of tilting the bottle. The pre-ventilation mechanism avoids spilling around and the variable rate of flow is responsible for fast thirst quenching. The closure is leak-proof, even if the NAT bottles of Sigg are upside-down. This is good for kids, sportsmen and drivers. Since it isn’t necessary to open the bottle anymore. This makes it possible to drink without any problems, non-stop. So to say, the Swiss re-invented drinking with the NAT bottle. Drinking bottle of a new generation Sigg produces the NAT bottle out of polypropylene in the VIVA edition: The Swiss manufacturer chose the longevity material for this new generation bottle considering the tradition of their research and the huge development time of it. Polypropylene is adapted to the strict safety and sustainability standards, given by the manufacturer to itself. All the parts of the bottle are easily demounted and cleaned in the dishwasher. It is only natural for the bottles of the manufacturer to be free of pollutants, recyclable and sophisticated. The New Active Top of the bottle can be replaced by all the other tops of Sigg with the optionally available WMB adapter.
  • Anniversary edition: 25 years Alessi - Juicy Salif lemon squeezer
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    Anniversary edition: 25 years Alessi - Juicy Salif lemon squeezer
    A classic piece with a new coat. Alessi celebrates the 25 th anniversary of the iconic lemon squeezer Juicy Salif designed by Philippe Starck with limited edition colours. Philippe Starck designed the Juicy Salif on the island Capraia when he had a holiday in Italy. He sketched the idea for the squeezer on a napkin, which was finally realized by Alessi in 1990. The Juicy Salif lemon squeezer is one of the most iconic design objects of the 20 th century, since it represents the Italian houseware company Alessi like no other product. The lemon squeezer is. ”An artwork and ‘conversation piece’, which is desired by people being an abstract sculpture” Explained the Italian writer Umberto Eco. The squeezer convinces with the futuristic appearance, which reminds us of a rocket and the filigree look of a spider at the same time – the real function remains in the background. The anniversary edition honours the iconic design, since the squeezer is offered in a limited version of 299 pieces of massive cast bronze and in a version of matt white ceramic coating.
  • Sigg - VIVA Bottles
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    Sigg - VIVA Bottles
    The Swiss company Sigg presents a new bottles’ generation with Sigg Viva. The models of the Viva bottles collection are made of high class, pollutants-free (BPA and phthalates free) and 100% recyclable polypropylene. This is how the company Sigg remains faithful to the demands of high quality, without losing the original roots. Since all the famous aluminium classics and the entire modern Viva models are produced according to the strictest safety and sustainability standards in Switzerland. The Viva drinking bottles, available in fresh colours, offer several advantages because of the innovative plastic material: They are easy to be cleaned, robust and longevity and more weightless than water. A special characteristic of the Viva collection is the transparent design, which makes the content visible. The Viva bottles have a capacity of 0.75 liters and they are available with the classic Sigg screw-cap which makes it easier to carry the bottles, as well as with the innovative 3-Stage-Sports-Top and the sporty NAT closure (New Active Top) with frost-safe ventilation function.
  • Georg Jensen - December Tales Cookie Jar with Cutters
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    Georg Jensen - December Tales Cookie Jar with Cutters
    The design team All the way to Paris created the collection “December Tales” for Georg Jensen, inspired by different Christmas motives. Besides different key chains and mobiles, the collection also includes this cookie jar with cookie cutters. The creative heads of All the way to Paris created a wonderful and magical winter wonderland revitalizing a beloved ancient tradition: Fairies come to life when the days get shorter. An Eskimo family visits three homeless, penguins, sea lions and deers come together dancing with the whirling snowflakes. Georg Jensen produces the cookie jar and the cookie cutters out of coated tinplate.
  • mono - softmesh cleaning cloth
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    mono - softmesh cleaning cloth
    Mono-softmesh is a cleaning cloth, which removes any type of dirt. The cloth is longevity and soft to be touched. Contrasting steel cloths, the softmesh cleaning cloth is indestructible. But that’s not all: Since it is made of stainless steel rings, it is pleasant and soft to be touched. Burnt pots, pans and baking trays are easily cleaned with the mono softmesh cleaning cloth, since the steel material will remove the crust of every surface, it is easy to clean the details through the slim tissue. Indestructible cleaning cloth out of steel A carafe or vase can easily be cleaned, by means of putting the cloth inside and shaking it with water. This is how slim containers will be cleaned, when our hands don’t fit in. To be cleaned, the cloth can simply be placed in the dishwasher. Afterwards the cleaning cloth of steel will be hygienically cleaned and ready to be used again.
  • Bodum - Caffettiera 1.0 l
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    Bodum - Caffettiera 1.0 l
    Easy, tasteful and stylish: Preparing coffee is rarely more elegant than with the Bodum Caffettiera. It has a capacity of 1 l, suitable for 8 cups. Enthusiasts swear on the Press-Filter-System regarding coffee, which Bodum perfected long ago: Simply fill the Caffettiera with coarsely ground coffee powder and hot water, wait 4 minutes and press the piston down slowly – ready. And this all in the design of a real style classic. Bodum produces the Caffettiera coffee maker out of taste neutral and heat resistant borosilicate glass, handles and lids consist of plastic to use them safely. The chrome-plated legs of the Caffettiera frame protect the surface from damages of warmth. This isn’t only practical, but also environment friendly, since paper filters or plastic capsules aren’t necessary. The Bodum Caffettiera coffee maker can simply be placed in the dishwasher to be cleaned.
  • Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Service Tray
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    Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Service Tray
    Service Tray is a minimalistic tray by the Belgian manufacturer Objekten. The practical and unobtrusive design comes from Alain Berteau. The reduced shape of the Service Tray doesn’t reveal, which special qualities it has: The handles are rotatable, mounted on one axis. This is how they automatically and ergonomically fit in the hand, when the tray is ported. There is enough space for all kinds of snacks in the middle – whereby the Service Tray isn’t only suitable to serve food because of its elegant design. The Service Tray by Objekten is made of FSC-certified, massive oak wood. The production of the tray takes palace in Germany. The oak wood tray is available in a bright and black edition.
  • Iittala - Wirkkala Bottle 2015
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    Iittala - Wirkkala Bottle 2015
    The Finnish designer Tapio Wirkkala would have celebrated his 100 th in 2015. Iittala presents a limited special edition to the honour of the design icon, with the Wirkkala 2015 bottle. The bottle by Tapio Wirkkala was only produced from 1959 to 1968 initially at Iittala. The glass containers come back as exclusive editions in 2015 for the 100 th birthday of Wirkkala. The Wirkkala bottle is mouth-blown according to the highest quality standards and ancient handicraft traditions. A decent, but visible border gives the powerful character and the unique appearance to the bottle. Highly limited special edition The Wirkkala 2015 bottle isn’t only an exclusive decoration object, but it is also suitable to be really used. It perfectly does that’s expected from it as water carafe and it also looks gorgeous as vase. The real specialty of the exclusive glass bottle is the high limitation to only 2015 pieces. Each Wirkkala bottle has an engraved serial number, which grants exclusivity. The limited designer bottle will surely become a very desired classic piece.
  • Hackman - All Steel+ Pots
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    Hackman - All Steel+ Pots
    All Steel+ is the further development of the popular All Steel collection from Hackman. The specialty is that the pots from Hackman have a base of 5 layers, which was especially developed for induction stoves. The base has a very good and balanced warmth conductivity, in order to ensure perfect results. The Finnish designer Harri Koskinen designed the stainless steel cooking dishes collection “All Steel” for Iittala in 2002. The big assortment of pots and pans was exclusively made for professional chefs, but uncountable hobby chefs discovered this collection, wanting the quality to be available for everyone. The All Steel series is produced and distributed by the manufacturer Hackman. Professional pots for perfect results The All Steel+ collection from Hackman is clever in the details. The pots have a scale inside and big, stable handles, being helpful when the working day of a chef gets stressful. The tops have a release valve for hot steam. The All Steel collection leaves no wishes unfulfilled: From a sauté pan over different frying pans, a wok, a casserole and up to the 6 litres cooking pot with lid – there is something suitable for every meal. Accessories like a pasta insert or different bowls complete the assortment. Suitable for all stove types The ceramic pots of the All Steel+ series are suitable for all kinds of stoves: The All Steel Plus collection is also suitable for induction stoves in this optimized version, there they’ll work absolutely noiseless and efficiently. But the pots also work on common gas and glass-ceramic stoves on hobs and on fast heating halogen hobs – there the All Steel+ pots will be used professionally. The All Steel+ pots from Hackman are ovenproof and dishwasher safe, whereby they shouldn’t be placed in ovens at more than 240°C in order to save their coating.
  • Iittala - Kartio Glasses
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    Iittala - Kartio Glasses
    Constant simplicity. The Kartio glass series was created by Kaj Franck for the Finnish design manufacturer Iittala in 1958 and impresses by its constant simplicity. ”Creating the perfect glass, starts with the hands that is going to hold it. Ask yourself what a glass the hand might want to hold.” Attempts have been made to copy Franck by applying his rational geometry to new designs. These attempts have failed, because they haven’t taken into account the living spirit and wisdom, required to give thought to simple things. Complexity is rarely wise, yet it takes bravery and spirit to be simple. Elegant yet durable enough for everyday use, the Kartio range features glasses, carafes and bowls, all of which are available in several colours as well as in clear glass. Other colours are available.
  • Iittala - Aino Aalto Glass Bowl
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    Iittala - Aino Aalto Glass Bowl
    Aalto means wave. Therefore it is obvious that Aino Aalto, the wife of the world-famous architect and designer Alvar Aalto, got her inspiration for the glass jars from waves. The glass series “Aino” was created in 1932 and was first named “Bölgeblick” that describes the waves that a pebble thrown in the water leaves behind on the surface. The functional and timeless simplicity of the glasses is still up-to-date. The products of the Aino Aalto series were awarded the gold medal at the Triennale in Milan in 1936. Here you can bowls made of clear glass; if requested they can also be delivered in tinted glass. The Aino Aalto bowls are available in small, medium and large. Please take also notice of the other products from of the Aino Aalto glass series in our onlineshop.
  • Alessi - "Juicy Salif" Citron squeezer
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    Alessi - "Juicy Salif" Citron squeezer
    It is most likely one the best known design objects of the 20th century: The citrus squeezer Juicy Salif. In 1990, Philippe Starck designed the extraordinary object fort he traditional Italian company Alessi. Allegedly, the idea for Juicy Salif came on his mind when he was eating calamari. Although there are contrary positions concerning the functionality due to the missing sieve for the cores, Juicy Salif with its striking form embodies the post-modern design of the late 20th century. Juicy Salif consists of cast-aluminium. The feet are made out of PA-synthetics.
  • Carl Mertens - Neocountry Cutlery Set
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    Carl Mertens - Neocountry Cutlery Set
    The Solingen manufacturer Carl Mertens made the noble-rustic cutlery set Neocountry, especially to be used outside. The single pieces out of high class stainless steel are delivered as a set in a wooden case with practical carrying handle. This is how the uncomplicated transport from the inside to the outside emerges. Cutlery for six people is fast transported with the Neocountry set. The products of the Neocountry collection by Carl Mertens are perfectly suitable for inside and outside and they therefore represent Mediterranean lifestyles: Living on the balcony and the garden with high tableware demands. All of the items of the shapely Neocountry series are made to look gorgeous outside, but also inside of the house The high class stainless steel cutlery set is made by hand and it is dishwasher safe.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Craft Mortar with Pestle
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    Normann Copenhagen - Craft Mortar with Pestle
    Craft is a classic mortar with pestle made of exclusive natural materials. The soft outlines and the weightlessness make it easy to work with this kitchen tool from Normann Copenhagen. The natural and noble appearance of the Normann Copenhagen mortar and pestle of the Craft collection is exemplarily for modern, precious Scandinavian design. The Craft mortar mustn’t hide in the wardrobe, it can be placed everywhere and even deliver fresh herbs and spices on top of the dining table. Normann Copenhagen produces the bowl of the Simon Legald designed Craft sets out of oak wood. The pestle is made of marble. This doesn’t only ensure a pleasant weight and a noble appearance, but it also grants a good result after it was used as well as longevity.
  • Hackman Iittal - All Steel pots
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    Hackman Iittal - All Steel pots
    Pots for professionals: The Hackman All Steel pots are perfectly suitable to be used by people with sophisticated demands regarding cooling tools. In 2002, Finnish designer Harri Koskinen created the stainless steel cookware All Steel for the manufacturer Iittala. Originally, the large assortment should only be sold to chefs and professional cooks but nowadays, worldwide, uncountable hobby cooks appreciate the quality of All Steel. Professional pots for a perfect result The All Steel pots collection by Hackman is detailed to be perfectly functional. The pots have a scale inside and big, stable handles to help the professional chef when work becomes stressful. The lid has a drain valve for hot steam. The All Steel collection lets no wishes unfulfilled_ it includes sauteuse, different frying pans, a wok, a casserole and a 6 l cooking pot with lid for every possible meal to be prepared. Additional accessories are also available, including pasta insert and different bowls. Suitable for all kinds of stoves The ceramic pots are suitable for common gas and ceramic stove cookers but also on quick heatable halogen cookers. Due to its ferromagnetic material, the All Steel set can even be used on induction cookers. Inside, the pots have a special Ceratec° ceramic coating with very good warmth conductivity. Outside the pots are made of durable 18/10 stainless steel. The All Steel pots by Hackman are ovenproof and dishwasher safe, whereby they shouldn’t be heated at more than 240° in order to save the coating of them.
  • Bodum - Canteen Cup with Handle
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    Bodum - Canteen Cup with Handle
    The successful Canteen-drinking glasses by Bodum is now also available with handle. The double walled glasses was designed by the designer Masato Yamamoto for Bodum. All in all there are three product lines: Canteen, Pavina and Assam. The Canteen-Glass factory was awarded with the RedDot Design Award and the design prize of the BRD. This double walled glasses offer more advantages in comparison to normal one walled glasses: * Hot drinks can also be hold without the handle. * With cold drinks there will be condensate on the glass surface. * The drinks stay longer hot or cold as with usual glasses. The Canteen-cups with handle are available with handle and in two sizes (0,2l and 0,4l). They can be used for serving from tea and coffee.
  • Rig-Tig by Stelton - Easy Wooden Spoon
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    Rig-Tig by Stelton - Easy Wooden Spoon
    Chic basics for the kitchen: The Easy cooking spoons from Rig-Tig are quality tools that avoid scratches in pans and pots. The resistant, white oak wood has a natural appealing surface and it ensures longevity in the kitchen. Easy cooking spoons are available for many different purposes and in different sizes in order to have the right helper for every meal. Of course the syrup, porridge, ratatouille and tasting wooden spoon don’t only complete each other, but also some more products of the Rig-Tig Easy Collection. The free combinability of all the Easy cooking tools is possible because of the simple, well-proportioned design by Cecilie Manz and the uniform utility of the bright oak wood, which offers the noble appeal and the robustness to the kitchen tools from Rig-Tig by Stelton. More details: Out of robust, white oak wood. Doesn’t make any scratches in pans/pots. Very durable. Perfect size to serve and cook. Clean with rinsing brush in the direction of the fibres. Not dishwasher safe. Develops a wonderful patina while taking care as recommended along the years. Treat with salad oil from time to time to make it shine as gold.
  • Bodum Assam Tea Maker - stainless steel filter / black
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    Bodum Assam Tea Maker - stainless steel filter / black
    Assam is the most-sold tea maker by Bodum. You can choose strength and aroma individually with this tea maker. You only need hot water and your desired tea leaves. Add the tea sieve and as soon as the tea reached the desired strength, press the patented Tea-Press® System down and the prepared tea will be separated from the leaves. The jug of the Assam tea maker consists of heat- and acids resistant borosilicate glass, the filter is made out of stainless steel. Contrasting the classic Assam tea maker, this tea maker is special by its black plastic handle and lid. The black plastic thereby sets direct accents contrasting the glass appearance and it enlarges the tea maker with its modern design. Design, quality and function are connected on the highest level with the Assam tea maker by Bodum. The Assam tea maker is a parade example for her Bodum philosophy with its combination of design and function, a philosophy that made the brand a famous one.
  • Auerberg - Bottle Box
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    Auerberg - Bottle Box
    As part of his thesis Christoph Böninger designed the world's first global laptop in 1982 which can be found among other things in the Neuen Sammlung der Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich. The latest design of Böninger has the potential to become a classic as well. The Bottle Box, made of the domestic timber oak and spruce, picks up the principal of the Universal Design and thereby interconnects different functions. This way, the Bottle Box can likewise be used as bottle shelf, stool or step stool. Furthermore, it obviously alignes itself with the iconic design of the Ulmer Stool which was designed by the Swiss architect and designer Max Bill for the HFG Ulm in 1954. The subdivided compartments offer space for up to eight bottles so that the Bottle Box can be used comfortably as beverage crate and, thanks to the stable wooden handle, can be easily transported. Once turned over or upside-down, the box can be both table or stool. The perfect companion for a cosy picnic or barbecue event with friends.
  • Georg Jensen - Barbry Tray
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    Georg Jensen - Barbry Tray
    Not only to serve, but also as decoration: The tray of the Barbry collection by Georg Jensen embodies the New Nordic Design with clear, modern shapes. Behind the Barbry tray there is Scandinavian handicraft tradition, which was translated by the designer Aurélien Barbry into modernity. The chef’s knife is an all-rounder for food of all kinds. The handles of the Barbry tray are a little elevated at the sides, in order to hold the tray easier, even if the tray stands on a flat surface. Excellent quality is self-evident here again: The Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen produces the tray of the Barbry collection out of oak wood. Suitable as serving tray or for decoration purpose – the tray suits both of the functions with its reduced and still shapes. The tray by Georg Jensen is even more special combined with other objects of the Barbry collection: The material contrasts of oak wood and stainless steel make up exciting effects, which always act harmonic and matching each other because of the common design of the Barbry series.
  • Retap - Drinking Bottle
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    Retap - Drinking Bottle
    More than 15 million tons of plastic waste are created every year, the bigger part of this are plastic bottles. The recycling of these needs as much earth oil as one million cars. And the water transport is not even calculated. Contrasting result-less Green-going-debates, Retap offers a practical solution. The young company offers a sustainable alternative product to plastic bottles and mugs. Retap is an acronym for “Refill – Tap water” – because the bottle is filled with homely tap water, this has not only exceptional qualities in its country, but it also demands 2000 times less energy than water bottles out of the supermarket. Moreover if one uses PET bottles more than once, the risk that pollutant substances come into the water rises. The timeless Danish design of the glass bottles underlines the idea behind the product – sustainable, environment friendly thinking is modern, and future oriented and moreover looks good. Retap bottles with suitable lids are a holistic drinking concept as well as a marketing tool. The bottles can be printed with the according business logo and the suitable colour of the lid makes the corporate branding perfect. In comparison with other drinking bottles, Retap products are throughout clean, suit every dishwasher and become reliably clean with their edges-free design.
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Soft Latte Glass
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Soft Latte Glass
    Coffee has its unique culture in Scandinavia. People in the north don’t belong to the greatest coffee drinkers of the world, for them, coffee is a lifestyle. Latte Macchiato, Cappucchino and milk coffee are trendy. Not only coffee shops, but also at home one want’s to enjoy the noble coffee sorts nowadays. To honor this newish coffee culture, among others there is the huge glass for Café Latte in the Rosendahl Grand Cru series. The Latte Glass is delivered in a set of 4 pieces. The bleach free glass is heat resistant (max. 50-55°C) and dishwasher safe.
  • Marimekko - Oiva Sääpäiväkirja Cup with Handle
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    Marimekko - Oiva Sääpäiväkirja Cup with Handle
    Sääpäiväkirja means weather map and it interprets different weather circumstances combined on the table. The cup with handle by Aino-Maija Metsola from Marimekko is natural and abstract at the same time, because of the aquarelle techniques of the Finnish designer. The Oiva Sääpäiväkirja cup’s origin is as colourful as the pattern on it: The Sääpäiväkirja pattern comes from Metsola, while Sami Ruotsolainen designed the shape of the Oiva cup. The shape of the Sääpäiväkirja cup makes it combinable with all the other cups, mugs and cans of the Oiva dishes from Marimekko. A big coffee fits in the 250 ml cup, but also tea or every other drink is suitable for the Sääpäiväkirja mugs with handle by Marimekko. The Finnish manufacturer produces the design coffee cup out of stoneware.
  • Goods Rob Brandt - Crushed Cup
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    Goods Rob Brandt - Crushed Cup
    You’ll know them from coffee machines, fairs or private parties: The small plastic cups with the rills at the sides that crack when you press them together and land in the bin after one use. Hardly any of these cups survives without a characteristic bulge. This classic of serving drinks and its properties inspired the designer Rob Brandt to design the Crushed Cup. The cups are produced since 1975 in the design of crushed plastic cups and they show the genuine bulges. With this design Rob Brandt brings the famous and, after many parties and hours at the office, also beloved object into people's homes. Unlike the plastic original, the Crushed Cups are stable and shouldn't to be thrown away after one use. The cups consist of ceramics and therefore they can be cleaned without problems.
  • Eva Solo - Tea Vacuum Jug - Coloured
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    Eva Solo - Tea Vacuum Jug - Coloured
    No drops fall on the table’s sides. The vacuum jugs by Eva Solo have a drip-free pourer with a patented pouring insert out of stainless steel, with which coffee or tea traces on the tablecloth are avoided. The opening of the high vacuum jug is suitable for the Eva Solo tea filter as well as for the coffee filter and it can be filled with every kind of hot and cold drink. The low vacuum jug is as well easy to be filled. It has a low gravity point because of the wide shape, and it therefore stands stably and it is also suitable for excursions and picnics. The awarded vacuum jug from Eva Solo is made of plastic from the outside and it has an exchangeable glass bulb inside. The height and the low editions have a capacity of 1.0 l and they are available in many different colours.
  • Discipline - Roulé Tray
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    Discipline - Roulé Tray
    With the Roulé Tray the manufacturer Discipline shows that simple everyday objects can also be pleasant in their function and wake emotions. When Discipline asked Pauline Deltour to work with copper, the French designer instantly thought about pots to cook marmalade. The Roulé Tray by Discipline mirrors the inspiration of such items and was inspired by characteristic qualities of traditional cooking pots: The big, “rolled” border, which improves ergonomics and makes it easier to pile one on another. The production out of copper makes the Roulé Tray by Discipline a luxurious and equally charming object. The Discipline Roulé Tray is also available in a brass edition.
  • Vitra - Paper Napkin Bispot 40 x 40
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    Vitra - Paper Napkin Bispot 40 x 40
    Alexander Girard created more than 300 different graphics for the furniture company Herman Miller being a textiles designer. Completing this, he also worked as furniture, exhibition and interior designer, influencing all he did with his passion for colours. Among his creations are also some restaurant menus, match letters, dishes or napkins. Vitra selected some motives together with the Girard family in the event of the Home Complements Collection, designed by Alexander Girard for different purposes. The big paper napkins are ornamented by five of the most popular graphic designs of geometrical shapes, patterns and lines in different colours. The napkins were made out of Airlaid-quality and they bribe with their embossed linen look. One package contains 12 single napkins. The napkins are available in different sizes and more motives from the Vitra Home Complements Collection.
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Bordeaux Glass
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Bordeaux Glass
    The Grand Cru collection by Rosendahl offers an elegant and long-lasting basis for the kitchen and is very easy to combine with several crockery and cutlery sets. The collection Grand Cru was created by the famous Danish designer Erik Bagger. Whether the first date or a cozy evening with your sweetheart. You rarely enjoy a good glass of wine on your own. That is the reason why Rosendahl offers the wine glasses of the Grand Cru collecton in a set of 2. The simple but very elegant design adjusts itself to several events and surroundings, equally, whether festive or casual occasions, modern or classic ambience. And because of spending time together with your sweetheart or friends is far too valuable, the Grand Cru Bordeaux Glasses are dishwasher safe, so you don't have to waste precious time by doing the dishes.
  • Stelton - Emma Thermo Mug
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    Stelton - Emma Thermo Mug
    The Emma thermo mug by Stelton out of double walled porcelain ensures that the drink remains warm and the mug is touchable at the same time. The minimalistic design of the whole Emma collection is also represented in the mug, which easily becomes a new everyday classic for the coffee and tea table with its simple expression. Stelton’s Emma thermo mugs are sold in sets with suitable soft blue rays that also represent the tone-in-tone nuances of the collection. Stelton manufactures the Emma thermo mug of double walled porcelain. The mugs have a capacity of 0.25 l and are of course dishwasher safe and microwave resistant.
  • Marimekko - Sitruunapuu Tablecloth
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    Marimekko - Sitruunapuu Tablecloth
    Cheeky little fruits: The Sitruunapuu tablecloth introduces an expressive pattern to your house. The cloth by Marimekko sets accents in the whole house. The designer Aino-Maika Metsola is famous for the work with powerful colours. The Finish designer proves how such colours wonderfully fit in kitchens with the Sitruunapuu tablecloth. Sitruunapuu means “lemon” and it is one of numerous colourful fruits in slightly abstract forms displayed on the towels, looking a little bit childish. The extravagant pattern fills the place with colours and it will surely attract a lot of attention. Marimekko produces the Sitruunapuu tablecloth out of cotton in an Eco-Tex-Standard procedure. The easy-care material is easily washed and very tire proof.
  • Bodum Bistro Nouveau Coffee Maker
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    Bodum Bistro Nouveau Coffee Maker
    The Bistro Nouveau coffee maker is to its predecessor CHEF inferior in nothing. The classy, plain design and its very good functionality make the Bistro Nouveau coffee maker to a must-have for all coffee fans. The Bistro Nouveau coffee maker has the patent French press-system by Bodum and is made of stainless steel, plastic and a heat- and acid proof borosilicate glass. The manual coffee maker is dish washer safe and available in three sizes (0,35, 1 and 1,5 litre).
  • Marimekko - Oiva Räsymatto Plate
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    Marimekko - Oiva Räsymatto Plate
    Siirtolapuutarha is the name of the collection, which includes the Marimekko Oiva Räsymatto plate. The Finnish word means as much as “small garden” and describes the colourful mix of the products that belong to it. The origin of the Marimekko Oiva Räsymatto plate is as well colourful: The iconic Räsymatto pattern was created by Maija Louekari, while Sami Routsalainen designed the shape of the Oiva dishes. The diameter of 20 cm is the right size for supplements on the dining table. The Finnish manufacturer Marimekko produces the cup with handle out of stoneware. More details: Microwave resistant. Ovenproof. Dishwasher-safe.
  • Stelton - Glacier Wine Cooler
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    Stelton - Glacier Wine Cooler
    The Stelton Glacier wine cooler was designed by the Danish Niels Kjelden with the love of a wine enthusiast. The creation out of stoneware with a beautiful, white glaze and a handle of quality leather is a dignified homage to the great world of wine. The design of the Glacier wine cooler isn’t only noble, but also functional. The powerful leather handle completes the soft outlines of the stoneware design; it emphasizes the contrast of the structures and therewith offers a luxurious appearance. The Glacier ice collector can simply be placed in the freezer before it is used. The wine cooler by Stelton is also stylish and functional for an elegant dinner as for a glass of wine in the evening on the terrace. The bucket and the lid are dishwasher safe. The Glacier ice cube perfectly suits the wine cooler, also from icy collection by Stelton.
  • Marimekko - Oiva Räsymatto Cup with Handle
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    Marimekko - Oiva Räsymatto Cup with Handle
    Siirtolapuutarha is the name of the collection, which includes the Marimekko Oiva Räsymatto cups. The Finnish word means as much as “small garden” and describes the colourful mix of the products that belong to it. The origin of the Marimekko Oiva Räsymatto cup is as well colourful: The iconic Räsymatto pattern was created by Maija Louekari, while Sami Routsalainen designed the shape of the Oiva coffee cup. The capacity of 250 ml holds a lot of coffee, tea and other drinks. The Finnish manufacturer Marimekko produces the cup with handle out of stoneware. More details: Microwave resistant. Ovenproof. Dishwasher-safe.
  • Rig-Tig by Stelton - Box-It Bread Box
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    Rig-Tig by Stelton - Box-It Bread Box
    RIG-TIG presents a smart and stylish bread box made of bamboo-melamine, which means that we have added 30% natural bamboo fibers to the melamine. The lid of the box is made of 100% pure bamboo and does not only function as a lid but also as a cutting board. The used bamboo has a natural anti-bacterial effect and avoids the multiplication of bacteria on the surface of the cutting board.
  • Rosti Mepal - Mixing Bowl Margrethe Retro Colours
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    Rosti Mepal - Mixing Bowl Margrethe Retro Colours
    A real classic: Already since 1954 gibt es die Margrethe Mixing Bowl... And on the basis of this great long life, Rosti Mepal has designed a new version of the robust and easy to clean Mixing in retro colours. Rosti Mepal keeps ready a wide assortment of practical helpers for food preparations. The Margrethe mixing bowl is a classic under the mixing bowl. The secret of its continuing success? It is not only extremely practical but also pretty looking. The robust and easily cleanable Margrethe mixing bowl is heat resistant up to 70 degree centigrade. An anti-slip ring at the ground enables a stabile standing while usage, even while mixing and stirring. These days, the mixing bowl Margrethe is available in ten different sizes, from 150 ml up to 5 l, and each soze has a wide colour range. The bigger bowls are suitable to stir cake batters and prepare or serve salads. The smaller bowls are ideal to mix and serve sauces or to present your festively prepared desert or fruit-salad. The mixing bowls easily fit together for space saving storage when they are not in use. With the practical lid contained in the accessories kit, the mixing bowls become the very easy and handy storage solution for the fridge.
  • Menu Design Menu A/S - Water jug 1 liter
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    Menu Design Menu A/S - Water jug 1 liter
    The designer Jakob Wagner started out with the classic bottle archetype, which in the new interpretation shows a smooth, square shape and a stainless steel with silicon colar. The colar protects the glas and holds back drops before they can drip down outside of the bottle - it also hides a disrete lid, that tilts automatically when pouring. The lid keeps out insects and pollen when used outside - and at the same time it ensures that everything your can fill into a bottle, like ice cubes, lemon, mint leaves or strawberries, stays inside. "I like it when my work has a natural balance", says Jakob Wagner. "Therefor the upper part of the bottle is a good example. It protects the glas, yet opens so you can see the content. There is a contrast between the open and the closed bottle - and therefor a balance".
  • Artek - Siena Fabric Napkin
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    Artek - Siena Fabric Napkin
    The cotton made Siena napkins by Artek are high quality textiles out of the classic Siena collection by Alvar Aalto. Alvar Aalto designed his Siena pattern in 1954: A design, which acts architecturally clear as well as weightless. Aalto’s basic idea was to create a pattern for textiles, which would be useful for the most different purposes – Aalto’s second wife Elissa even had a dress in the Siena design. The square Siena napkins consist of 100% cotton. The different products of the collection by Artek are wonderfully combinable with each other because of the numerous possibilities given by the Siena design.
  • Georg Jensen - Louise Campbell Dinner Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - Louise Campbell Dinner Cutlery
    The dinner cutlery from Louise Campbell is pretty without being pretentious. Elegance, pleasant touch and practical utility come together in the cutlery from Georg Jensen. Louise Campbell travels to Georg Jensen’s history by means of emphasizing each small detail and respecting proportions. The Danish-British designer doesn’t fear to emphasize the main utility of the cutlery – being a practical, flexible, modern set of knives, forks, soup spoons and tea spoons. The functionality even encourages children to eat with the Campbell children’s cutlery. Georg Jensen produces the Louise Campbell dinner cutlery in the known quality out of matt stainless steel.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Geo Jar
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    Normann Copenhagen - Geo Jar
    The Geo Jar from Normann Copenhagen renounces unnecessary decoration. Functional design was focussed when the Danish designer Nicholai Wiig Hansen created the storage jar. He wanted to design a product with character, he played with lines, spheres and shapes for a long time and he finally created a jar with sharp geometrical lines and a very graphical appearance. The combination of classic colours with soft tones however steal the hardness of the masculine form. The geo Jar – masculine shapes meet soft colours The Geo Jar is made of a weightless piece of plastic; it is polished from inside and matt from outside. It is available in many colours – mostly classic black or white connected with soft tones like mint or nude. The storage jars from Normann Copenhagen have therewith a very modern look, which softly fits in every furnishing. Each jar is equipped with a suitable lid and it is therewith not only suitable to serve, but also to store food or other small household things. The Geo Jar is available in two sizes and it therefore can be used in numerous places of the home. The geo Jar is part of the Geo Collection including trays, milk jugs, sugar pots and many other kitchen accessories. All the Geo products were designed with the minimalistic style with sharp, masculine edges.
  • Stelton - Theo mini bowls
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    Stelton - Theo mini bowls
    Balanced quietness and warmth – with Theo. The tea collection by Stelton offers all you need for a real tea ceremony. And all of it with exceptional style and powerful expression. The Stelton Theo mini bowls are made of classic Scandinavian stoneware in rustic, black-brown cast iron finish. The bowls are suitable for dips and snacks as well as holders for votive candles. They are also ideally suitable as sushi accessoties for soy sauce or pickled ginger. A Theo mini bowl is also able to heat the warmer out of the expressive collection by Stelton, used as candleholder. The simple and stylish shape acts relaxing – which is the ideal prerequisite for drowning in the own tea rituals. Suiting the mini bowls, Francis Cayouette also designed a teapot, a teapot warmer and a tea cup for his Theo collection. The mix of materials, powerful colours and modern, clear shapes ensures unique appeal and remaining impressions.
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Soft Hot Drink Glass
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Soft Hot Drink Glass
    The Hot Drink Glass of the Grand Cru Soft collection is ideally suitable for coffee, tea, Irish coffee or other hot drinks. The glasses are made of reinforced glass have an elegant design and they perfectly suit the rest of the collection from Rosendahl. The Grand Cru Soft collection of the Danish manufacturer Rosendahl is the re-edition of the famous Grand Cru collection. Soft, curved variations of the classic, distinctive Grand Cru products are in this collection. The feminine touch of the products of the Grand Cru Soft collection fills the tables and cupboards of design enthusiasts with soft shapes and pleasant curves. The Hot Drink glasses are delivered in an elegant gift-wrapping with two glasses each in each package. The glasses of Rosendahl are made of reinforced lead-free glass with a handle. They are dishwasher safe and resist temperatures of 50-55°C.
  • Monkey Business - Karoto Vegetables Sharpener and Peeler
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    Monkey Business - Karoto Vegetables Sharpener and Peeler
    Peeling and decorating: Karoto knows how. The vegetables peeler by Monkey Business enriches the kitchen with another accessory, which doesn’t only prove humour, but also functionality. Karoto has a “normal” blade and another blade in the sharpener, which works as a pencil sharpener. This is how Karoto works with carrots, zucchini, cucumber and other similar shaped vegetables, not only as peeler with a common peeling knife: The vegetables can also be sharpened and curled with the peeler by Monkey Business. Karoto is therefore perfectly suitable to decorate salads and other dishes. The ABS synthetics and stainless steel made vegetables peeler adds a humorous and practical function to your kitchen.
  • Eva Solo - Lemon Squeezer
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    Eva Solo - Lemon Squeezer
    It isn’t hard to find out where the inspiration for the design of the Eva Solo lemon squeezer came from. Not only are the shape and the colour leaned on the natural model, but also the surface of it. Since the knobs surface reminding us of most of the citrus fruits holds the fruits while pressing lemons, oranges and lime. Freshly pressed fruits in an instant The new citrus press makes pressing citrus fruits easy. After pressing, the resulting juice can be poured out through the grooves of the slim edge. The advantage: The pits remain inside of the press when the juice is poured out. Another refinement is given by the design because the squeezer remains upright despite of its half-round shape. This avoids spilling around the content. After done work the citrus press can easily be cleaned in the dishwasher.
  • Eva Solo - Drinking Bottle
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    Eva Solo - Drinking Bottle
    Clear design for water on the way. With the transparent drinking bottles by Eva Solo, you will always have water with you. The bottles have a capacity of 0.5 liters. Because of the plastic material, the bottles are weightless and furthermore environment-friendly, since they have no dangerous components (such as for example Biphenyl or Phthalates). Enjoy your water, ice tea or juice in summer out of the Eva Solo drinking bottles without any problems. And for mistakes to be avoided inside of the family or with friends, each bottle can be ordered with a differently coloured handle (grey, orange, light blue and green) at the stainless steel lid.
  • Iittala - Sarjaton Cup
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    Iittala - Sarjaton Cup
    As a modern interpretation of Finnish tradition, Iittala proudly presents its collection Sarjaton and activates a total new way of thinking in the area of tableware. The soft contours and the ostentatious décor of this exciting collection enable a multifaceted combination for the contemporary, typical eating culture. Iittala has brought together six young Finnish designer from the areas of fashion, product, graphic and digital design to create a new collection that not only respect the craftsmanship and eating habits or rituals but also give consideration to current ideas and values. Inspired by the Finnish way of life and a conscious lifestyle, Sarjaton is the result of an innovative and collaborative design process. Translating Sarjaton, it means "without series" - the different single pieces impress on their own but also in combination with other collections. They offer a creative combination according to one's own individual needs, they fit every occasion easily, and this way they redefine the freedom of flexibility. Sarjaton is a complete but also reduced selection of 26 single pieces. Not only the design but also the used materials are responsible for the nice feel of the surface of the Sarjaton collection. The single elements of the Sarjaton collection consists of glass, ceramics, ash wood and textiles which can be combined randomly with each other or different products.
  • Lifefactory - Glass Bottle 0.6 l
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    Lifefactory - Glass Bottle 0.6 l
    Colourful, happy, hygienic and unbreakable – those are the revolutionary Lifefactory Glass Bottles! For water, iced tea, wine or what else you want to drink during transport. And to transport it safely, the Lifefactory Glass Bottle can easily be held on the handle. But they can also be used for drinks like milk or juices. Instead of spoiling in dark alu- or paperboxes, the contents become appetisingly visible. And drinkable! Because the large opening allows comfortable drinking (and you can fill ice cubes in it) and also glass is the best for the drinks. Because this colourful glass bottles avoid the biggest problem, which can occur with plastic-drinking bottlers: In them is Bisphenol A (BPA), which especially, with hot drinks, will be washed out of the used polycarbonate and gets into the food. BPA is reproached with the try to change genotypes and it should heighten the risk of heart-circulation affections and alos diabetis. The hygienic and healthy harmless solution offers the temperature-resistanr borosilicate glass of the Lifefactory Glass Bottles. A removable cover out of silicone protects the glass from breaking and caters for the strong hold of the bottle in the hand. The screw plug is made of harmless, by the Aamerican FDA accepted material, does not include polycarbonate and is free of Bisphenol A. All constituent parts of the Lifefactory Glass Bottles are dish washer safe without that the silicone material have to be taken off. The Lifefactory Water Bottle is also available in the colours light blue, orange and green.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Paring Knife
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Paring Knife
    The Paring Knife is a small kitchen knife by Hay. The handy knife is suitable to cut or peel vegetables, fruits and other small things in the kitchen. The Hay Paring Knife is an indispensable tool in the kitchen with its classic form and quality. The knife has a slightly inside curved blade, in order to improve the cutting properties. Hay produces the Paring Knife with a sharp, resistant and stainless blade of stainless steel. The handle has an ergonomic, use-friendly shape and it is made of untreated beech wood. This transforms the small knife into an indispensable, classic accessory of the kitchen.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Tela Carafe
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Tela Carafe
    The first sight already shows that the Tela carafe of the Wrong for Hay Collection is something special. The unique production process results in a textile pattern on the glass carafe by Hay. The aim of the design team Silo is always to give a handicrafted character to industrial and common products. The Wrong for Hay Tela carafe is a master example of this philosophy: The mouth-blown glass is formed when it is hot inside of a fireproof tissue. This is how the textile pattern with fabrics and seams emerges on the Tela glass. The production process by hand is the reason why every carafe is unique, since not a piece is like the other. The Wrong for Hay Tela carafes wonderfully suit the Tela bowl and the Tela drinking glass of course, out of the Collection by the British studio Silo, designed for Hay.
  • Remember - Tea Towels
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    Remember - Tea Towels
    A coloured spot in the kitchen: The tea towels by Remember will make it enjoyable to dry the dishes. The “good mood drying towels”, as Remember calls them, appear in the characteristic style of the German manufacturer: They set accents in every kitchen with abstract graphic patterns and strong colours. Two different kitchen towels that perfectly suit each other are packed in each set. Remember produces the kitchen towels out of 100% cotton. The material is perfectly suitable for tea towels, since it is very absorbent and skin-friendly. All the other Remember tea towels are also available on demand.
  • Bodum - Brazil Coffee Maker
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    Bodum - Brazil Coffee Maker
    The Brazil coffee maker is a classic piece in the Bodum program. It proves that good design mustn’t be expensive since the 1980s. It brews perfect cup of coffee fast and easy with the Bodum typical virtues. The Bodum typical French press system guarantees perfect coffee enjoyment. Hot water and thick grinded coffee powder must only be inserted in the Brazil coffee maker and the full aroma of the coffee beans will unfold instantly. Afterwards you will only have to operate the press filter system in order to spare the resting coffee powder from the coffee and the perfect coffee for demanding coffee enthusiast will be ready. Bodum manufactures the Brazil coffee maker out of taste-neutral borosilicate glass with an easy-to-maintain filter out of stainless steel. The plastic handle and base protect the user from burnings and heat damages.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Krenit Salad Cuterly
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    Normann Copenhagen - Krenit Salad Cuterly
    The Krenit salad bowl & set are inspired by the simple form language of the East. The long pointed handles reflect traditional chopsticks. With a simple and clean expression, the Krenit series is a modern classic that lets function and aesthetics play perfectly together. The Krenit salad set lies perfectly in the salad bowl and the round head makes it easy to scoop up the dressing. Use the salad set for everyday use or for special occasions. The idea behind the salad set is for it to contribute to the experience of what is being served. The Krenit salad set is available in several colors, providing ample opportunity for adding a splash of color to the dinner table. The colors have been carefully selected to fit beautifully with the colors in the Krenit range as well as with other types of salad bowls. Herbert Krenchel designed the Krenit range back in 1953 and relaunched by Normann Copenhagen in 2009. The series has achieved great success ever since and is now available in a wide range of sizes and colours. Classic piece with elegant expression The designer Herbert Krenchel explains: "I am excited about shapes and structures. The surface on a design object is important because it makes people want to reach out for it. I also believe that there has to be a balance between function and aesthetics. A good design must therefore contain more than one aspect to make the perfect overall impression. My inspiration comes from several things surrounding me – it can’t be explained. For me design is a way to express yourself – it’s a way to create things just the way you want it." The salad set cannot be used in microwave oven. The salad set is dishwasher safe. Use standard dishwashing detergent to clean the matt surface and markings will vanish.
  • Rosti Mepal - Mixing Bowl Margrethe Retro Colours
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    Rosti Mepal - Mixing Bowl Margrethe Retro Colours
    A real classic: Already since 1954 gibt es die Margrethe Mixing Bowl... And on the basis of this great long life, Rosti Mepal has designed a new version of the robust and easy to clean Mixing in retro colours. Rosti Mepal keeps ready a wide assortment of practical helpers for food preparations. The Margrethe mixing bowl is a classic under the mixing bowl. The secret of its continuing success? It is not only extremely practical but also pretty looking. The robust and easily cleanable Margrethe mixing bowl is heat resistant up to 70 degree centigrade. An anti-slip ring at the ground enables a stabile standing while usage, even while mixing and stirring. These days, the mixing bowl Margrethe is available in ten different sizes, from 150 ml up to 5 l, and each soze has a wide colour range. The bigger bowls are suitable to stir cake batters and prepare or serve salads. The smaller bowls are ideal to mix and serve sauces or to present your festively prepared desert or fruit-salad. The mixing bowls easily fit together for space saving storage when they are not in use. With the practical lid contained in the accessories kit, the mixing bowls become the very easy and handy storage solution for the fridge.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Glass
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Glass
    The Danish brand Hay is famous for simple and reduced design. The glass collection perfectly suits the assortment of the Danish company because of the clear appearance and the renouncement of unnecessary effects. The simple cylindrical shape makes the glasses suitable in rooms of all kinds and also usable for celebrations and for the family dinner of every day. The glass series is stackable, so that it doesn’t need much space in cupboards or shelves. The free usability and flexibility of Hay’s glasses is a sign of good design, since the drinking glasses are suitable for different drinks and purposes.
  • KitchenAid - Ice Cream Scoop
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    KitchenAid - Ice Cream Scoop
    The American way: The ice cream scoop by KitchenAid easily makes ice cream scoops that perfectly fit in ice cream cones. The ice cream scoop belongs to the collection of kitchen utensils from Kitchen Aid, which is a collection of tools and baking utensils for every day with an iconic mid-century appearance each one of them. And the best thing is: The unmistakable style is accompanied by a soft and ergonomic handle to hold the scoop perfectly and pleasantly while working with it. The ice cream scoop has a hole in the handle to be hanged, while wires of carbon-rich stainless steel ensure longevity. After it was used, the KitchenAid ice cream scoop can be washed in the dishwasher without any problems.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Cork Cone
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Cork Cone
    The Cork Cone of the Wrong for Hay Collection by the Danish manufacturer Hay is a pin board of a different kind: The pointed cork cylinder holds notices! The unusual shape of the Cork Cone attracts attention and ii ensures that notices remain visible without getting lost. The pyramidal shape of the Cork Cone is practical: The important notices come to the top, while the everyday duties remain at the bottom. The idea of this unusual and also stylish “pin board” comes from the design-team Daniel Emma. Since the Cork Cone is more flexible than common pin boards, it is easily mounted where you need it. Hay produces the Cork Cone out of the natural material cork, the delivery includes 12 pins with heads in different colours and sizes. The small office helper suits the Magnetic Tower , which was also designed by Daniel Emma completing the function and the style of the Cork Cone.
  • Joseph Joseph - Elevate 100 Knives
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    Joseph Joseph - Elevate 100 Knives
    The Elevate 100 knives by Joseph Joseph are essential kitchen knives. The knives appear in a simple look an they are made of high grade materials. The Elevate 100 knives set by Joseph Joseph includes three crucial kitchen knives: One small peeler, one multipurpose knife and one chef’s knife. All the pieces of the 100 collection by Joseph Joseph appear in high grade material, so that they are also included in nobler kitchens. The blade of the Elevate 100 knives by Joseph Joseph is made of ice-strengthened, German 1.4116 knife-steel. The curved blade guarantees longevity and easy and clean cutting of all kinds of aliments. The soft, anti-slip handle ensures safe and soft holding. Each Elevate 100 knife has an innovative balanced handle and a special repository. The principle works like a rocker: The weight of the handle pushes the head of the knife over the repository so that it doesn’t touch the working surface. This makes it easier to clean the surface and it improves the cooking hygiene. Besides the knives set, there are further single knives available in the Elevate 100 collection by Joseph Joseph.
  • Menu Design Menu - Bottle salt and pepper grinder
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    Menu Design Menu - Bottle salt and pepper grinder
    With Bottle Menu presents a salt and pepper grinder that fascinates and makes curious. Beside the visual qualities, while the development of the grinder, the practical performance is the focus. The Bottle grinder possesses a powerful ceramic grinder and a form that reminds of a water bottle. The design of the aesthetic salt and pepper grinders was coined by Norm. Bottle initially impresses with its strength because of its size and intensity. The upside-down design ensures that salt and pepper only scatter when you mill. If the grinder stands, so that the opening is upside, no traces will remain. As material for the Bottle grinder, the Norm and Menu designers chose ABS synthetics with a rubber layer. The grinder includes a lasting, strong ceramic grinder. The salt and pepper grinders are available in three Scandinavian natural colours.
  • Vitra - Paper Napkin Quadrispot 40 x 40
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    Vitra - Paper Napkin Quadrispot 40 x 40
    Alexander Girard created more than 300 different graphics for the furniture company Herman Miller being a textiles designer. Completing this, he also worked as furniture, exhibition and interior designer, influencing all he did with his passion for colours. Among his creations are also some restaurant menus, match letters, dishes or napkins. Vitra selected some motives together with the Girard family in the event of the Home Complements Collection, designed by Alexander Girard for different purposes. The big paper napkins are ornamented by five of the most popular graphic designs of geometrical shapes, patterns and lines in different colours. The napkins were made out of Airlaid-quality and they bribe with their embossed linen look. One package contains 12 single napkins. The napkins are available in different sizes and more motives from the Vitra Home Complements Collection.
  • Menu Design Menu - New Norm tea & coffee set
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    Menu Design Menu - New Norm tea & coffee set
    Pure Scandinavian modernity comes to the table with the tea and coffee set by the Danish brand Menu. The Danish designer and architects duo Norm (Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen und Kasper Rønn) unifies materials, such as porcelain and glass to a composition for all hot-drinks-enthusiasts. The Set includes: Kettle teapot. Kettle warmer. Kettle vacuum flask. New Norm thermo cup medium (set of 2) Kettle teapot The teapot of the Kettle Collection by Menu is a traditional teapot in modern design and a tribute for the relaxing and pleasant act of tea-drinking. The teapot is made of glass and it has a practical, included tea egg in the middle, which makes it possible to brew fresh tea. Kettle warmer The warmer was exclusively made for the Kettle teapot. Small silicone feet under the Kettle warmer ensure safer support for the warmer and the pot on top of it. The warmer is able to keep tea warm on a constant temperature of up to 60°C with a votive candle. Kettle vacuum flask The Kettle vacuum flask unifies two distinctive design philosophies: A Japanese one, Zen-inspired desire of the simplest possible expression and a modern Scandinavian focus on functionality. Tests proved that the Kettle vacuum flask keeps its content efficiently warm for hours: The content of a full flask at 95°C appears at 78°C after remaining 6 hours in a room of 24°C. New Norm thermo cup The minimalistic and double-walled thermo cup out of the New Norm Collection by Menu raises the experience of a lovingly served cup of tea or coffee to a completely new style level. The soft porcelain glazing ensures an attractive appearance together with the fascinating round ground, becoming a potentially classic piece.
  • Design House Stockholm - Fia Carafe
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    Design House Stockholm - Fia Carafe
    The Fia Carafe has been designed by Nina Jobs, who equipped it with functional natural forms and colours in her aim of simplicity. Despite of the simple form, the Swedish designer couldn’t avoid including a clever highlight into the mouth blown carafe. This one consists of the possibility of closing the bottle as well as of the form of the lid. The wine and water or flower pot usable carafe of the Nordic design manufacturer Design House Stockholm is named after the Swedish version of the table-game Ludo because of its playful character. This playfulness is emphasized by straight lines, as well as by precisely grinded spheres in different crystal colours. Nina Jobs’ carafes aren’t only refined appealing; they also include an environment friendly, elegant alternative of serving table-water, which also means a sharp contrast to the banality of common plastic bottles.
  • Marimekko - Oiva Unikko Cup with Handle
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    Marimekko - Oiva Unikko Cup with Handle
    Unikko is a design icon. The flowers pattern from 1964 looks fresh as ever today, since good design does not age. The designer Maija Isola achieved in capturing nature’s beauty in a shiny, happy pattern with Unikko (which means “poppy” in English). The Unikko pattern from Maija Isola is a winning pattern for all branches since 1964: Shiny colours, dynamic shapes and simple lines transform the Unikko pattern into an icon of Finnish design. The powerful design is indispensable for textiles and other products, such as mugs. With a capacity of 250 ml, the Unikko cup holds a lot of coffee, tea or other drinks. The Finnish manufacturer Marimekko produces the design coffee cup out of stoneware. More details: Microwave resistant. Ovenproof. Dishwasher-safe.
  • KitchenAid - Universal Wire Whisk
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    KitchenAid - Universal Wire Whisk
    The American way: The Universal whisk by KitchenAid is a practical tool for many purposes. The whisk belongs to the collection of kitchen utensils from Kitchen Aid, which is a collection of tools and baking utensils for every day with an iconic mid-century appearance each one of them. And the best thing is: The unmistakable style is accompanied by a soft and ergonomic silicone handle to hold the whisk perfectly while beating cream and egg yolk. The whisk has a hole in the handle to be hanged, while wires of carbon-rich stainless steel ensure longevity. After it was used, the KitchenAid Universal whisk can be washed in the dishwasher without any problems.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Scholten & Baijings Colour Cloth
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Scholten & Baijings Colour Cloth
    The Scholten & Baijings Colour Cloth is a versatile tea towel with unmistakable style. The kitchen cloth from Hay ideally fits in the S&B collection. The Colour Cloth is a master example for the design language of Scholten & Baijings with the graphic, geometric patterns and the mix of soft colours and powerful accents. The Netherlands duo designed the towels with characteristic style, so that they become visual highlights in every kitchen. The Scholten & Baijings Colour Cloth is usable as kitchen cloth, dust cloth or tea towel. Hay produces the S&B Colour Cloth out of 100% cotton, which is soft to be touched and looks noble. The cloths should be gently washed in order to grant durability.
  • Dancook - 5300 Boxgrill
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    Dancook - 5300 Boxgrill
    The 5300 Boxgrill by Dancook is a BBQ trolley with practical advantages. The grill with castors is mobile and versatile. The Dancook 5300 Boxgrill with a width of 62 cm has a big grate for much food to be grilled or to keep a cooler and hotter zone on the grill. Two lateral trays made of FSC-certified hard wood offer enough space for accessories and more food to be grilled. All-round grill with practical advantages The height of the grilling bowl is 76 cm in order to be used by people of all sizes. The grate of the 5300 Boxgrill has lateral wooden handles in order to be easily used and it is adjustable in 4 heights to vary the temperature. The castors make it possible to change the place of the Dancook grill without any efforts. It stands safely as soon as it changed its place. The fire-aluminised firebowl is extremely heat resistant and robust. With 6 mm material thickness, the grate is easily removable in order to refill charcoal or to clean it. Since the charcoal grill by Dancook has a Teflon coating, the BBQ bowl is as well easily cleaned.
  • Iittala - Aino Aalto Glass Pitcher
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    Iittala - Aino Aalto Glass Pitcher
    Aalto means wave. Therefore it is obvious that Aino Aalto, the wife of the world-famous architect and designer Alvar Aalto, got her inspiration for the glass jars from waves. The glass series “Aino” was created in 1932 and was first named “Bölgeblick” that describes the waves that a pebble thrown in the water leaves behind on the surface. The functional and timeless simplicity of the glasses is still up-to-date. The products of the Aino Aalto series were awarded the gold medal at the Triennial in Milan in 1936. Here you can buy the 120-cl-pitcher made of clear glass and suitable for the Aino Aalto glasses. We also provide the other products of the Aino Aalto Glass Series in our Online Shop.
  • Iittala - Tanssi Dishes
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    Iittala - Tanssi Dishes
    Tanssi (the Finnish word for “dance”) is a visual continuation of the magical world, which was created by the artist Klaus Haapaniemi for Iittala. Similar to the Taika series by Haapaniemi, the products of the Tanssi collection convince with fantasy motives and colours, reminding us of the inhabitants of undiscovered forests. Haapaniemi was inspired by the Czech opera “The Cunning Little Vixen”, which is a sad and also beautiful history about the coexistence of animals and humans and the eternal circle of life. The Cunny Little Vixen (originally: Příhody lišky Bystroušky) is an opera by the Czech compositor Leoš Janáček. The opera emerged between 1921 and 1923 based on a novel by Rudolf Těsnohlídek. The opening night took place in November of 1924 and the opera of Helsinki presented this work again in 2015. Klaus Haapaniemi was called to equip the scenery, of course. Tanssi is different to other patterns like Taika, Korento or Satumestä, but it still emphasizes the distinctive and detailed style of Klaus Haapaniemi. The pattern tells its own story and it enriches our days with the cultural reference and a hint of nostalgia. The dishes of the Tanssi Collection enable numerous combination possibilities and perfectly harmonize with more Iittala collections, like Teema, Taika, Essence, Kartio, Senta or Ultima Thule. The single parts are furthermore dishwasher safe and they can be used in the microwave.
  • KitchenAid - Pizza Baking Tray
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    KitchenAid - Pizza Baking Tray
    For the perfect baking enjoyment: The round pizza baking tray from KitchenAid produces tasty pizza, focaccia and quiches without an effort. KitchenAid doesn’t only produce kitchen machines, but it also offers suitable Whether a tasty cake, sweet donuts or self-made pizza dough – the longevity and resistant baking tins by KitchenAid grant perfect results for every meal. The steel made baking tools with aluminium coating ensure to brown the dough equally and to release it easily as well after it was baked. KitchenAid produces the baking tray out of 8mm thick, longevity steel. A non-stick coating ensures to release the dough easily from the surface of the pizza baking tray. All the baking tins and trays of KitchenAid are dishwasher safe and resistant against corrosion.
  • Bodum - Classic Tea Maker
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    Bodum - Classic Tea Maker
    The Classic Tea Maker by Bodum keeps what it promises: Bodum typical quality with sophisticated materials meet timeless, classic design without fashion bound ornaments. This ensures the highest tea enjoyment. Furthermore, the classic tea press is equipped with the patented tea press system which was developed by Bodum in co-operation with the British Tea Council over 20 years ago. It enables to stop the brewing process just at the moment where the desired strength of flavour is reached. Just push the stamp… ready! In the tea press, you can brew up to 1,2 l of tea. The pot consists of heat resistant and acid etched borosilicate glass; lid, stamp and filter are made of stainless steel.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Dish Mat
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Dish Mat
    Hot pots or pans can directly be placed on the table with the felt coasters by Hay, without leaving ugly burn marks behind. The textile coaster has a diameter of 25 cm and it is therefore suitable for small and medium size pots, pans, serving bowls and oven dishes. The soft felt coasters protect the furniture from hot dishes as well as sensitive surfaces from ugly scratches. The coaster is resistant because of the felt material it is made of. It suits the placemats and glass coasters , as well available from the Hay collection. The Coasters are available in the warm earth tones sand and dark grey.
  • Holmegaard - Cocoon bowl
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    Holmegaard - Cocoon bowl
    The clear lines and shiny colours of Cocoon by Holmegaard enrich dining table sand homes. The simple Cocoon bowls by Holmegaard are perfectly suitable not only for special occasions but also for everyday use. Whether as a serving bowl for pasta or snacks, as a fruit bowl or simply for decorating the living room table or sideboard, Cocoon promises exclusive design and functionality. The elegant design by Peter Svarrer can be perfectly combined. You may combine all kinds of colours and sizes and so create an individual style for your home. The bowls are available in clear, grey, red, white and black and in two different sizes.
  • Marimekko - Kaivo Tablecloth
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    Marimekko - Kaivo Tablecloth
    Maija Isola was inspired by her surrounding when she designed her phantasy pattern. The Kaivo pattern was born when the Finnish designer was near a well and let her bucket down. The simple beauty of the waves in the water was responsible for the idea of Kaivo (which means “wave” in English). Suiting this nearly fairy-tale history of origin, the pattern on the Kaivo tablecloth by Marimekko encourages creativity. The Kaivo tablecloth reminds us of the Pop-Art designs of the 60s, but still acting timelessly modern: The big, graphic forms are quiet and cool, while the ornamenting the table stylishly. These qualities made an absolute classic in the assortment of Marimekko with the Kaivo print from 1964. The Kaivo tablecloth is pleasant to be touched and easy to be cleaned, since it consists of 100% cotton. The Kaivo tablecloth by Marimekko can be washed at 60°C.
  • Vitra - Paper Napkin Checks 40 x 40
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    Vitra - Paper Napkin Checks 40 x 40
    Alexander Girard created more than 300 different graphics for the furniture company Herman Miller being a textiles designer. Completing this, he also worked as furniture, exhibition and interior designer, influencing all he did with his passion for colours. Among his creations are also some restaurant menus, match letters, dishes or napkins. Vitra selected some motives together with the Girard family in the event of the Home Complements Collection, designed by Alexander Girard for different purposes. The big paper napkins are ornamented by five of the most popular graphic designs of geometrical shapes, patterns and lines in different colours. The napkins were made out of Airlaid-quality and they bribe with their embossed linen look. One package contains 12 single napkins. The napkins are available in different sizes and more motives from the Vitra Home Complements Collection.
  • Bodum - Canteen Porcelain-Coffee Bowl
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    Bodum - Canteen Porcelain-Coffee Bowl
    The Bodum Canteen Porcelain-Series has colourful accents... The coffee bowl of the Canteen-Series has a capacity of 0,35 litre and a silicone ring, which offers double safety: It caters for a strong handle and it has an isolating function and protects the hands from burning with the hot contents. The double porcelain wall of the cup also offers many isolating characteristics and keeps the content warm for longer than in usual pots. The Canteen Porcelain bowls are dishwasher safe. With the Canteen Porcelain Bowl, Bodum offers a completed product, which was awarded with the Red Dot Award in 2009 in the category product design. The Bowls are available in the sizes 0.1 litre, 0.2 litre and 0.35 litre.
  • Marimekko - Pieni Unikko Apron
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    Marimekko - Pieni Unikko Apron
    Marimekko created one of the most famous patterns of the world: Unikko. The flowers pattern fills the kitchen with good taste with the Pieni Unikko aprons. Pieni Unikko si a smaller version of the famous Unikko pattern, which has been made by Maika Isola for Marimekko in 1964. Kristina Isola, the daughter of the Finnish design icon, translated the flowers pattern into a smaller scale for Pieni Unikko (Eng. “Small poppy”). This makes it possible for the print to unfold its complete effect on the Pieni Unikko aprons. Made out of a 100% cotton, the Pieni Unikko aprons are soft and easily cleaned. The Pieni Unikko apron by Marimekko can be washed at 60°C.
  • Skultuna - Ballerina Bowl
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    Skultuna - Ballerina Bowl
    The Ballerina Bowls by Skultuna live up to their name: The shining bowls balance elegant and filigree on their curved bottom - nearly as if they were hovering. Since the Ballerina Bowls stand on a small point of their curved bottom, they appear to gently dance from side to side when touched. Thereby, the Ballerina Bowls designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune appear swinging and dynamic. Nevertheless, the content of the bowl is always securely stored. Skultuna manufactures the jewellery bowls of glossy brass. Due to their elegant shape, the Ballerina Bowls are not just suitable for snacks and fruits but also for decorative presentation of accessories. Nevertheless, even without any content the free-standing bowl cuts a good figure. Especially in combination with different sizes, the Ballerina Bowl appears very effective. Brass develops a natural patina over time. For maintenance, Skultuna recommends to use a mild metal polish and a soft cloth, as well as to avoid contact with water.
  • Iittala - Tanssi Tea Towel
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    Iittala - Tanssi Tea Towel
    Tanssi (the Finnish word for “dance”) is a visual continuation of the magical world, which was created by the artist Klaus Haapaniemi for Iittala. Similar to the Taika series by Haapaniemi, the products of the Tanssi collection convince with fantasy motives and colours, reminding us of the inhabitants of undiscovered forests. Haapaniemi was inspired by the Czech opera “The Cunning Little Vixen”, which is a sad and also beautiful history about the coexistence of animals and humans and the eternal circle of life. The Cunny Little Vixen (originally: Příhody lišky Bystroušky) is an opera by the Czech compositor Leoš Janáček. The opera emerged between 1921 and 1923 based on a novel by Rudolf Těsnohlídek. The opening night took place in November of 1924 and the opera of Helsinki presented this work again in 2015. Klaus Haapaniemi was called to equip the scenery, of course. Tanssi is different to other patterns like Taika, Korento or Satumestä, but it still emphasizes the distinctive and detailed style of Klaus Haapaniemi. The pattern tells its own story and it enriches our days with the cultural reference and a hint of nostalgia. The tea towel of the Tanssi Collection enriches our kitchens with one high-class textile piece, which doesn’t only fit the dishes and the other products of the Tanssi series, but which also sets some magical accents being alone.
  • Bambu - Appetizer Tray
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    Bambu - Appetizer Tray
    Where do starters look better than on a natural wooden board? Right: Nowhere. The Bambu appetizer tray presents antipasti, small snacks and all the other small meals tastily, so that they even taste better on them. Bambu produces the appetizer tray out of sustainably forested bamboo. A handmade tray emerges, which convinces with contemporaneous design, elegant finish of food-safe oil and sustainable materials. Small notches make it possible to carry the tray easily when it comes to serve what’s on it. Bamboo is wonderfully suitable to present meals, since the natural material is anti-bacterial, it doesn’t absorb any aroma and scents and which is water-repellent. Bambu suggests to clean the appetizer tray in warm soaped water by hand and to treat the tray with a little bit of oil from time to time.
  • ferm living logo ferm living - Marble Paper Napkin
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    ferm living logo ferm living - Marble Paper Napkin
    Marble isn’t known as old-fashioned furnishing material anymore. More and more people like the natural stones, for the ground, as tables and other pieces of furniture. Ferm living equipped soft napkins with the marble pattern of the popular hard stones. The Marble paper napkins bring marble to the table, where it looks noble and sophisticated. The Marble paper napkin is produced out of three layers of paper by ferm living. This is how the quality keeps its promise regarding the high class appearance.
  • Eva Solo - Gravity Pot
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    Eva Solo - Gravity Pot
    The Eva Solo Gravity series doesn’t only look good, it is also exceptionally practical. Many clever details make cooking with the Gravity pots enjoyable. There is a scale inside of the Gravity pots, which makes it possible to measure the different amounts. The lid of the pots has a sieve add-on, so that pasta or potatoes can easily be poured off without blocking the drain. Even pot cloths are unnecessary with these pots, since the handles won’t get hot while cooking. A sight window in the lid enables to examine the content when the pot is closed. And if the lid should remain open, it can simply be locked in the border of the pot. Finally, the pots and pans of the Eva Solo Gravity collection are easily stacked in order to be stored space saving. Eva Solo produces the ovenproof Gravity tops of polished stainless steel, which makes it easier to clean them. More details: Unique lid, fixable at the pot. Easy pouring. No over boiling. Advantages of a glass lid. Cool handles. Measuring scale inside. Polished stainless steel – easy to clean.
  • Dancook - 1000 Kettle Barbecue
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    Dancook - 1000 Kettle Barbecue
    The 1000 Kettle Barbecue by Dancook is a practical Kettle Barbecue. The round grill is as versatile and elegant as its larger siblings. With a diameter of 46 cm, the Dancook 1000 Kettle Barbecue offers a medium-sized grill which ensures that there is enough space for placing culinary grill items on the barbecue, but at the same time is still relatively space-saving. The 1000 Kettle Barbecue by Dancook offers an appealing frame which guarantees optimal stability and cooking ergonomics. The grill of the Kettle Barbecue floats in a ring of stainless steel. Kettle Barbecue with Lid Especially practical is the lid: With its handles and the adjustable aperture, the grill can easily be opened or closed. Additionally, it offers an easy manually adjustable regulation of the air supply. Barbecuing with the closed lid makes sense whenever it's a question of large and thick culinary grill items: With the lid closed, an oven effect is achieved which secures that the food is evenly refined and stays juicy. As a matter of course, the hot-dip aluminised fire bowl is extremely heat-resistant and robust. For cleaning purposes or for putting more charcoal in the 1000 Kettle Barbecue, the 6 mm strong grill can easily be removed. Additionally, since the charcoal grill possesses a teflon coating, the grill bowl is also very easy to clean.
  • Bambu - Coiled Bamboo Bowl
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    Bambu - Coiled Bamboo Bowl
    Modern design meets traditional handicraft. Each coiled bamboo bowl is made of hand-rolled bamboo, treated with food-safe lacquer of the cashew tree. Besides thinking of the environment and sustainability, the bowls also have some more advantages: The coiled bamboo bowls by Bambu aren’t only suitable to serve cold and hot meals, but also as decorative pieces. Available in different sizes, the bowls hold soups, salads or other meals, but being empty they upgrade the place they’re in. Another specialty of the bamboo bowls is that they are more weightless, but still extremely robust contrasting other natural wood bowls. Bambu suggests to clean the handmade bamboo bowls by hand in warm soaped water. Besides an untreated natural wood edition, the manufacturer also offers coloured variants.
  • Dancook - 1800 Kettle Barbecue
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    Dancook - 1800 Kettle Barbecue
    The 1800 Kettle Barbecue by Dancook is a practical Kettle Barbecue. The round grill is versatile and elegant. With a width of 54 cm, the Dancook 1800 Kettle Barbecue offers a medium-sized grill which ensures that there is enough space for placing culinary grill items on the barbecue, but at the same time is still relatively space-saving. The 1800 Kettle Barbecue by Dancook offers an appealing frame which guarantees optimal stability and cooking ergonomics. The grill of the Kettle Barbecue floats in a ring of stainless steel. Kettle Barbecue with Lid Especially practical is the lid: With its handles and the adjustable aperture, the grill can easily be opened or closed. Additionally, it offers an easy manually adjustable regulation of the air supply. Barbecuing with the closed lid makes sense whenever it's a question of large and thick culinary grill items: With the lid closed, an oven effect is achieved which secures that the food is evenly refined and stays juicy. As a matter of course, the hot-dip aluminised fire bowl is extremely heat-resistant and robust. For cleaning purposes or for putting more charcoal in the 1800 Kettle Barbecue, the 6 mm strong grill can easily be removed. Additionally, since the charcoal grill possesses a teflon coating, the grill bowl is also very easy to clean.
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Vacuum Jug
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Vacuum Jug
    The Grand Cru vacuum jug by the Danish manufacturer Rosendahl is characterized by its typical grooves at the base, as well as all the other products out of the Grand Cru series. The vacuum jug however, doesn’t only convince with its elegant exterior but also with its practical utility: It can be taken everywhere; it keeps warm drinks warm and cold drinks cold. The button-control of the Grand Cru vacuum jug makes it easier to open the jug and it therefore allows easier serving. The Grand Cru vacuum jug is available in different colours and out of stainless steel.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Craft Rolling Pin
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    Normann Copenhagen - Craft Rolling Pin
    The Craft rolling pin from Normann Copenhagen is an exclusive dough shaper made out of the best materials. The softly rounded shape of the white oak wood and the handles of marble don’t only harmonize the appearance, but they are also pleasant to be touched and worked with. This combination of materials is contrastive but harmonic, resulting in a noble and incomparable rolling pin. To work with the Normann Copenhagen Craft rolling pin is also elegant, the pin lies richly in the hand because of the solid handles. The own weight of the pin makes it easier to roll dough of cakes, pizza or pasta automatically. The kitchen helper from Normann Copenhagen introduces luxurious Scandinavian flair into the homely kitchen. The Craft pasta rolling pin should be cleaned under warm, running water. After it was washed, the pin should be dried. The oak wood of the Simon Legald designed rolling pin should be treated with a bit of oil from time to time in order to keep its beauty.
  • Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition in New York in 1963. The clear lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only give recognition to Henning Koppel, but he has also been awarded with the ID-prize, the ultimate design award in Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel, who is considered a design icon through its silver made shaping, at the same time. New York consists of stainless 18/8 steel and the mat edition of the cutlery does especially reinforce its plain elegance.
  • Georg Jensen - Alfredo Horn Spoon
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    Georg Jensen - Alfredo Horn Spoon
    To be individual becomes more and more difficult. The big spoons by Georg Jensen gring a hint of traditional luxury back to the modern world. Alfredo Häberli designed the horn made egg spoons for the Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen. The designer achieved in connecting tradition with innovation in his typical style: The classic grained material reminds us of past times, while the quiet and clear shape also suits into contemporaneous times perfectly. Moreover horn, nacre or bones are considered the best materials for breakfast cutlery, since metal or silver spoons often influence the taste of the meals. Every horn spoon is a unique piece because of the processing out of natural materials, since not one grain is like another. This is how the unusual cutlery pieces by Georg Jensen are a way of proving individuality on a really unusual way.
  • Skultuna - Bowl
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    Skultuna - Bowl
    With the Bowl, designer Olof Kolte has created a very special object for Skultuna: Based on the classic material brass, the Swedish designer has created two-coloured small bowls which have a refreshing modern expression. With their unique style, the bowls are not only suitable for serving snacks and decorative objects but also on its own as a free-standing object. Skultuna manufactures the bowls of polished brass, the decorative bowls are powder-coated on the inside. The contrast between glossy outside and matt inside appears particularly noble, especially when combined with different sizes in a group. Brass develops a natural patina over time. For maintenance, Skultuna recommends to use a mild metal polish and a soft cloth, as well as to avoid contact with water. On request, the Skultuna Bowls are also available with further colours on the inside.
  • Iittala - Lempi Water Glass
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    Iittala - Lempi Water Glass
    This is Lempi, the universally utile drinking glass. Lempi was designed by the famous Swedish designer Matti Klenell and it suits every event, it doesn’t matter if leger or festively. Lempi is a glass to be used every day and it suits every time of the day, whether in the morning filled with milk, in the evening with juice or at night filled with beer. It doesn’t matter which class uses it, which age and gender: The balanced, bellied and soft shape makes Lempi suitable for everyone.
  • Georg Jensen - Bloom Carafe
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    Georg Jensen - Bloom Carafe
    The designs by Helle Damkjær can really be described as international: The Dane lives in Paris, but for her Bloom Carafe the designer was inspired in and by East Asia. The role model of the softly designed series are cherry blossoms. In Japan, the Dane designer got to know the blossoms for which the country is most famous for, and the idea for the delicate and soft shapes of the Bloom Carafe was born. The Georg Jensen Bloom Carafe is not just suitable as noble carafe but can also be used as a decorative and exclusive flower vase for the living room. The Georg Jensen Bloom Carafe flatters the eye with its soft shapes and its noble impression. The carafe is sensually shaped, the contrast of soft curves and the strong material stainless steel creates an impression of strong tension and character.
  • Joseph Joseph - Nest 9 Plus Kitchen set
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    Joseph Joseph - Nest 9 Plus Kitchen set
    The Joseph Joseph Nest 9 Plus is the ultimate composition of kitchen tools. Everything is easily done with five measuring cups, two mixing bowls and one strainer. The base of Nest 9 Plus consists of five large measuring cups that are easily connected. The different sizes enable measuring between one teaspoon-size (5ml) and 250ml. Moreover it isn’t necessary anymore to wash strainers while cooking. Both mixing bowls possess anti-slide feet and large carrying handles in order to increase comfort. The small one of both bowls has a measuring scale inside and it additionally possesses a pourer for accurate portioning. The fine filter sieve and the one with the larger holes fulfil the Nest 9 Plus kitchen set. The innovative design of the Nest 9 Plus kitchen set enables to stack the single elements inside each other. Thanks to the colours, the Kitchen set by Joseph Joseph even look more fantastic stacked inside each other. This is how you will have many kitchen tools that only need little space. Of course the Joseph Joseph Nest 9 Plus Kitchen set is even dishwasher safe.
  • Marimekko - Oiva Räsymatto Teapot
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    Marimekko - Oiva Räsymatto Teapot
    Siirtolapuutarha is the name of the collection, which includes the Marimekko Oiva Räsymatto teapot. The Finnish word means as much as “small garden” and describes the colourful mix of the products that belong to it. The origin of the Marimekko Oiva Räsymatto teapot is as well colourful: The iconic Räsymatto pattern was created by Maija Louekari, while Sami Routsalainen designed the shape of the Oiva jug. The capacity of 700 ml makes the Oiva Räsymatto teapot suitable for several cups of tea. The pot also has an included tea strainer, which makes it possible to prepare the hot drink directly in the pot. Marimekko produces the Oiva Räsymatto teapot out of stoneware. The lid as well as the handle are made of wood and the strainer of ceramics.
  • Jacob Jensen - Chef's Knife
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    Jacob Jensen - Chef's Knife
    The Jacob Jensen Chef’s Knife is an all-rounder in the kitchen. Massive, elegant and perfectly balanced. The Chef’s Knife out of the Jacob Jensen knives collection has a blade of high quality CiMoV15-stainless steel and a handle, which ensures maximal control over the knife. The perfect balance of the Bread Knife is also responsible for the work with this knife. More than 150 years of experience ensure the exceptional quality. The blade of the Chef’s Knife by Jacob Jensen is made of one piece of steel, which is ionized in a special procedure, so that the surface gets an antibacterial effect.
  • Remember - Bordeaux & Red Napkin
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    Remember - Bordeaux & Red Napkin
    To be combined! The decorative Bordeaux & Red napkins from Remember set some accents. The colourful Bordeaux & Red napkins perfectly suit the other noticeable products from Remember. Breakfast board, table sets, placemats, muesli bowls and cups are emphasized even more combined with the paper napkins. The Patio 2 napkins wonderfully suit simpler services as well, since they add a welcome spot of colours. A package includes 20 napkins, which have 3 layers. Remember produces the paper napkins out of chlorine-free bleached pulp.
  • Iittala - Origo Kitchen Towel
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    Iittala - Origo Kitchen Towel
    Everything is in the bag: With the Kitchen Towels of the Origo series by Iittala, there is much more to it besides stylishly drying dishes. In 1999, Alfredo Häberli designed the Origo dishes for the Finnish manufacturer Iittala. Neither the designer nor the manufacturer predicted to set a “sign of time” with this collection. In the meantime, the collection grew and colourful accessories enrich the original dishes series now. Colourful Kitchen Towels made of Linen The Origo design by Alfredo Häberli was internationally awarded several times: With the iF-Design Award 2002, the Excellent Swedish Design Award 2001 and the Japanese Zakka of the Year prize 2001. A successful product fulfils quality demands besides consisting of a clever design. This is really what the Origo Kitchen Towels are all about! According to Iittala, the towels of the Origo series can “resist the burden of being used every day during a long period of time without any problems". Thereby, the dishes towel does not need to hide behind its siblings: It is as sophisticated as them and not only suitable for the vividly striped dishes collection by the Finnish manufacturer. The colourful accessory also means an enjoyable fulfil of simple kitchens – dish towels rarely spread such a self-consciousness.
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