Inspiring things for my kitchen

Posted: 21. May 2010 in Design
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Not that I spend that much time in the kitchen😉 …yet still, as any other room in my house, the kitchen needs to be an inspiring space as well. The good thing about my kitchen is actually that it shares the same room with the dining and the living area, so whatever I put on display in the kitchen is easily seen in the other two function areas as well – 3 in 1 at its best!

First inspiration:

The Grandma (mormor in Danish) series from Norman Copenhagen, available at DesignDelicatessen and many other places as well.

Second inspiration:

The milk jug, egg holder, crushed cups, tank and other amazing everyday objects ‘memorized’ in porcelain by Italian Seletti.

Third inspiration:

The GOLDENAGE VASE designed by Meirav Barzilay, is a ceramic vase inspired by the loss of skin elasticity in old age. The form of the vases resembles sagging skin in old age, they are decorated by two different prints, which complement each other.

Fourth inspiration:

The rock-and-roll “Faith and hope” cups from Menu are available in numerous places. I won’t mention them all here but DanskDesignNu is definitely worth visiting.

Comments
  1. Heidi says:

    Skønne og inspirerende ting, Ewelina! Du er bare rigtig god til at vise inspiration og præsentere vildt flotte og sjove nyheder! Seletti produkterne er bare vildt seje, synes jeg. Håber du får alt hvad du ønsker dig til dit køkken:) Knus; Heidi

    • ereszke says:

      Tusind tak Heidi! Du får mig til at rødme af stolthed😉 …og, tja, problemet med mit køkken er at det er alt for lille og med lidt plads til udstilling. Jeg er glad for at der er plads til min mormors Singer symaskine som pynter spiseafdelingen sammen med en af Starcks lamper. Varme hilsner, Ewelina

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