If you spend more time in the kitchen than in any other room in your home, you’ll appreciate these practical, versatile and tasteful items to equip your hardworking kitchen.
An efficient blender
Featuring a bowl-hugging blade system that pulls down your ingredients of choice while whipping and aerating what’s below, this machine helps you create yummy creamy smoothies at a touch of a button.
A hardwearing chopping block
Garnish your countertop with this handsome board that comes with a slot to stow its accompanying blade safely away.
A durable rolling pin for pastas and pastries
Good looks aside, this rolling pin is built to take on even the toughest of dough. Once you’re done with baking, let it rest in a glass display cabinet for viewing pleasure.
A decanter to show off during dinner parties
The dip-dye trend enters the cooking space where it tastefully adorns an everyday decanter, transforming it from simple to chic.
An extra shelf for all your cooking essentials
A minimal footprint means precious space is saved, while eight graduated tiers and three hooks keep your essentials close by for the next cooking session. Its sleek steel construction combined with wood trivets also gives off a distinctly industrial vibe.
Stylish receptacles to store ingredients
Crafted by Alfredo Häberli for Georg Jensen, the designer kept the pieces in this set harmonious with fluid forms and complementary materials.
A trolley to serve your snacks and drinks
Set your tea paraphernalia upon this charming movable table for days when guests unexpectedly drop by, and all you need to do is push this into your living room for a cosy tea party.
A handy utensil holder that also holds up your tablet
While you’re busy whizzing around and trying to emulate one of those snack-sized videos you saw on Tasty, this holder keeps your gadget safely, your recipe in view, and your kitchen tools within reach.
A fancy container for an essential ingredient
With a bamboo roof atop their head complete with tiny window openings, your garlic cloves are kept well-ventilated and ready to be added to the next recipe.
This was adapted from an article originally written by Fidz Azmin in the December 2016 issue of SquareRooms.