// posts about kitchen
Very cool Puzzle Serving Board by Roost. The pieces interlock to create a large serving platter, and can also be separated into individual serving pieces. The board is made from Acacia wood and finished with mineral oil.
Love this pair of products by Maezm – Table Dish Cover and Sofa-Dress. Both explore the suggestion of what is beneath them. Maezm’s Sofa-Dress transforms an existing chair into an arm chair, while still revealing the original form below.
The Table Dish Cover is like a portable picnic blanket – you can spread it out anywhere, fill up each dish with food, and wash it when you’re done. Fun!
Also from the Danish Crafts show, Jacob Skov’s Stack it! cups, which have interlocking indentations that allow you to stack the cups in a number of different configurations, and Helgo’s ASTACK – a stackable candleholder made up of various aluminuma and wood shapes.
The teaspoon and tablespoon measures each contain a 1/2-measure fill line and magnets within the handle make it easy to attach to a fridge or any metal surface. Not only are they always within reach, but they also make ideal memo holders.
Via Blue Ant Studio.
Fun typographic soap over at Fred Flare. That must have been a complicated mold!
I absolutely LOVE to grill stuff. I think everyone does, even vegetarians. Transformation-by-fire was one of the man’s earliest ritual behaviors for both food and for proto-religious purposes.
These two Weber Smokey Mountain Cookers take the art of bbq into the backyard. Smokers use smoke to transfer heat and flavor into the meat rather than the direct heat of the grill, resulting in pure deliciousness. Plus, with a few lights and switches, they can help pilot your Death Star.
I was disappointed to hear that the Bodum store in nyc closed down last year. I always liked browsing the shop. Their new 2009 line is a colorful departure from their previous monochromatic showings. I am especially interested in the little appliance on the left… the platform toaster. I have never seen one in action but it looks fun.
I’m digging Jorine Oosterhoff’s Hotel Dinnerware series, designed in collaboration with Egbert-Jan Lam of buroJET. I’m a huge fan of Jorine’s playful Tea Time tableware collection, and this series is designed in the same playful vein.
“All pieces are different characters and turn dinner, breakfast and lunch into a playful yet chic feast meal. The set consist of a dinner set, breakfast set, tea set, coffee set, asian set an a liqueur set. Also the cutlery is specially designed and fits into this dinnerware.”