Kitchen Must-Have decor and accessories 2018
Words by Kyle Fulton
It also regularly hosts educational classes for adults and children who want to improve their culinary skills.
Whether learning how to make pasta from one of the island's top chefs or teaching kids how to chop, flip and mash their way through fun and healthy recipes, the courses are a great way to spend time with friends or family while learning new tasty tricks.
As beautiful and exotic as the far flung locales that inspired it, the range includes everything from trays and tea sets to picture frames and side plates.
All crafted from fine bone china, pieces from the eye-catching collection are perfect for marking important occasions or given as a gift.
A playful way to separate eggs, the plastic piggy sucks the yolks up his snout isolating them from the whites to make cooking silly and simple.
Is it possible to love a coaster? If so, meet your soul mate – The Blue Night Fringed Coaster. Using traditional methods, weavers knit together coloured sisal and sweet grass into bold designs for drink mats that don't belong on the bottom. The Blue Night Fringed Coaster and Peached Pink shown.
Available in pink, blue, yellow or clear, the Italian made, dishwasher safe, PMMA plastic ensures that taste isn’t sacrificed with these fun original pieces.
Part of a comprehensive line of tableware.
Designed by Andrew Crace, the permanent markers are easy to engrave with a ballpoint pen and will mature over time to a beautiful verdigris that blends well with the garden.
Also available in other woods and metals.
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