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Juan Restrepo has taken two of the most commonly used kitchen tools and given them a sleek makeover with variations in high-end materials like black ebony and light hardwood to compliment your designer kitchen style.

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Luno. A ball of cork provides the stopper for this glass container by Czech designer Martin Jakobsen. #Flask #Martin_Jakobsen

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A true modern classic with it's clean lines and rich materials.

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Mathieu Lehanneur / Les Cordes chandelier for Château Borély

Mathieu Lehanneur / Les Cordes / London Design Journal. Fresh take on the chandelier concept.

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Spatula And Whisk Set

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Original abstract contemporary gallery canvas palette knife floral painting Lavender Bouquet by Nicolette Vaughan Horner

Palette knife floral painting Lavender Bouquet by Nicolette Vaughan Horner

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the Scottish forerunner to our modern utensils. Spatulas, stir- fryers, mixers; things that go under food and move it around all started this way, as a simple spurtle. This happens to be Scottish. They made them for their porridge and was their main cooking utensil. Because of it's curved, smooth surface, it is shaped for both moving food around, and for scraping the food off on the side of your vessel. Spurtle means 'peasant's sword' or 'saber'.

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Birds on Kitchen Utensils Art Print - Modern Kitchen Decor - Olive green red white - Spoon Spatula Whisk Silhouette

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