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    5 Reasons to Hire a Certified Kitchen Designer

    A kitchen remodel entails a lot of decision making. Will the kitchen accessories stand the test of time? Is the heavy investment going to be worth it? There are multiple questions to answer. Given that kitchen is considered heart of…

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    The Other Half of the Apple

    The other half of the apple is a kit to peel fruit like apples, dry the skin, smash it and then use it for tea and infusions or even soaps and perfumes. The kit consists of a stainless steel grid with…

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    G-Drip Coffee Maker

    G ‐Drip, the unique pour‐over coffee maker is back for a second production run. When it was first offered for preorder in a limited edition of o nly 50 pieces, it was s old out in 2 hours! The eagerly awaited date,…

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    Field Cast Iron Skillet

    Cast iron skillets rule the kitchen – don’t just take our word for it – many of the best chefs swear by them. Thing is they are heavy f**kers. So what does a clever Kickstarter campaign look like? Just like The Field…

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    Crescent Boards

    A trio of wooden kitchen boards designed to live together but aid in unique tasks. The Crescent Carving Board has a groove milled near its perimeter that deepens so juices pool on one end and can be poured and saved…

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    Contemporary Minimalist Kitchen Design: Where Function Meets Fashion

    Although it has become cliché, the kitchen truly is the heart of the home and as such, the character of this one room sets the mood for the entire dwelling. Whether you are seeking to design an eco-friendly sustainable kitchen…

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    Duo Coffee Steeper

    Fellow set out to develop a new method to brew coffee instead of the traditional French Press route. The Duo Coffee Steeper works by using full immersion to give you the best tasting brew possible. To make your coffee, just add your grounds…

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    Blue Bottle Moka Pot

    Finally, a stovetop coffee maker that effortlessly produces cups that are sweet and nuanced. This moka pot with minimalist design will looks striking in your kitchen. In collaboration with industrial designer Joey Roth, Blue Bottle created a moka pot that’s beautiful, easy to use, and produces…

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    Food Styling

    Some really cool "food designs" right here!

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    Teaware Set by Chuntso Liu

    Round Square Teaware is a minimalist set, including a teapot, tea cups, and saucers that are full of contrasts. The elemental shapes of circles and squares both manifest in the pot and mugs. Created by Taiwan-based designer Chuntso Liu for KOAN DESIGN Co., Teaware’s organic shapes are decorative…

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    The Toaster by Balmuda

    The Toaster is a minimalist design created by Japan-based designer Balmuda. The Toaster is the ultimate toaster to achieve the best flavor and texture. Balmuda has researched to find the perfect temperature control and steam technology to achieve the best taste. Settings can provide for the best toast…

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