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Wednesday, 25 June 2014

KINTO - Tea for one Japanese style

This little teapot from Japanese manufacturers KINTO is the ideal solution to tea for one. Showcasing a distinctive mixture of design, style, and classic Japanese culture, it is just the thing for my desk once the office has been fully refurbed. It takes up only a small amount of space and is easy to use.

Tea For One?

This is a compact tea set designed for personal use, consisting of three stackable parts: a teapot, a cup and a plate. 

The plate is an ideal place to rest a couple of bourbons or it can serve as a saucer for the cup. KINTO also retails the cup, plate and teapot individually, so you can coordinate alternative colours if you don’t fancy just one.   

Built-in porcelain strainer

This is a Japanese classic style of teapot, and has a built in strainer, so if you prefer the traditional tea leaves route you won’t need an additional strainer. 

Award Winning

COULEUR won "2013 Best Collection Design" award at The GIA, Global Innovation Awards organised by the IHA (International Housewares Association.) The design concept, minimalist lines and quality of the product were highly commended by the panel of judges.

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

HAY - Just the right amount of Scandinavian cool.

Hay’s designs are both current and timeless, instantly serving up just the right amount of Scandinavian cool.  
This unique and inspiring brand offer's excellent quality furniture which is also very affordable. Some of their stand-out products are the Mags Sofa (my next home purchase), the About A Chair, the Copenhague table by the Bouroullec Brothers and Woody shelving.

Their pastel tones tailor to the current trend and mix so well with the more timeless neutral greys, beige's etc. They also have an extremely diverse range of products. You could kit out your entire home with Hay.

The new range ‘Wrong’ designed by Sebastian Wrong includes some really stunning lights and a great new sofa – Hackney.
Simple and classic Mags Sofa with the 100% wool colour carpet’s

HAY do dining – soft Scandinavian tones
Woody shelving in white – so versatile

Copenhague Table designed by the Bouroullec Brothers

Love the new Hackney Sofa by Sebastian Wrong

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