// posts about kitchen
Love these United States cutting boards by AHeirloom. I especially like the little details – the star for the Lone Star state, hearts for NY and CA…AHeirloom hasn’t made cutting boards for all 50 states yet, but they will make you the state of your choice if you ask.
Via Cup of Jo.
I totally want this nested knife set. Designed by Mia Schmallenbach for Deglon, the Meeting Knife Set consists of a paring knife, carving knife, chef’s knife, and a filleting knife. The proportions were determined by the Fibonacci sequence.
Fair warning – these knives are crazily expensive (I’m not sure who can afford them), but they sure are pretty to look at!
Via Design Crush.
I really like Heath Ceramics’ newest line of dinnerware – simple, colorful and modern. The new Summer ’10 collection launch coincides with the opening of Heath Ceramics new store opening at San Francisco’s Ferry Building on April 1st.
I thought these knit coozies by Freaker, Inc. were pretty cool. They come in a huge variety of styles, some more classy than others. I think the patterns are the nicest.
Mark Reigelman sent over some photos of his limited edition “Bite” silverware – a commentary on the worldwide epidemics such of starvation and obesity. Not necessarily the most functional of utensils, but interesting!
I am not sure exactly how functional the Homo sapiens Kitchen Stone is, but it looks like a good idea to me. Part grinder, sharpener, chopper, and assorted other -er’s, the stone is a primitive tool that looks like something that early man really used. Designed by Marie Garnier.
This is the last gift guide, guys – hope you enjoyed them! I wish we had started them a week earlier, so that we could have spaced them out more, but that is the price I pay for slackerness. You can see all of the gift guides here. Happy holidays!