Design-savvy products to keep your kitchen current and cool
Give your kitchen a little love this spring with some fresh tools and accessories from the market’s top designers. Here, we’ve rounded up five of our favourite new kitchen accessories to keep the hear of your home current and cool.
Rise and Shine
This new kitchen accessory is sure to add a vintage touch to modern kitchen designs. Made of thermal shock–resistant borosilicate glass, the Pour Over Carafe by Yield allows for easy handling and superior heat retention. Not to mention, its emerald hue makes a modish display piece on countertops. $110, at Easy Tiger Goods.
Keep It Classico
If you’re seeking a high-performing kitchen tool, this is it. From slicing a pizza to chopping fresh herbs, the Alpen 8″ Italiano Classico kitchen scissors offer a luxurious and ergonomic design that’s safer and easier to handle than a knife. Home chefs will especially appreciate the clever centre tool for cracking lobster shells. $109, at Ciselier
Designed by Ettore Sottsass, the ES15 Sottsass Twergi Centrepiece in Yellow is part of Alessi’s instantly iconic Values collection. At its base, a dash of yellow enhances the lime wood’s naturally sunny undertones. $440, at Studio Brillantine.
This new kitchen accessory boasts old-school style. The Bistro Knife Block by Bodum features hundreds of tiny plastic rods that fit any of your big or small knives. Its matte silicone casing serves a stylish and functional purpose, preventing slip on messy, wet countertops. $50, at iQliving.
MENU’s Bottle Grinders in Sand Ceramic are designed by Norm Architects and shaped to cleverly trick the user into engaging with the design in a playful way. Long lasting ceramic and silicone pair wonderfully and reflect the studio’s knack for soft minimalism. As for kitchen tools that marry functionality with style, these twins are every minimalism lovers dream. $269, at AAVVGG