The Bamboo Sushi Tray is a beautifully crafted plywood tray you could use anytime to serve your lip-smacking Sushi delights. Handmade in Brooklyn, this eco-friendly serving tray has been excellently merged with a bamboo base and a classic beeswax finish. It’s somewhat different from the kind of traditional trays that we generally have an inclination for.
“Three LP-like glass plates stack onto an ornate silver centerpiece, creating a decorative crowd-pleaser. Fill the room with the sweet sounds of vinyl as you stock this retro stand with culinary classics, showing off your record-breaking hostess skills at your next party!“
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If you recall Subbuteo, the old table-top football game, this set of salt and pepper shakers will make all sense to you. And just like football players sometimes have to “grind out results”, these shakers do just that, grind fresh seasoning right onto your plate!
The whole idea behind coasters is to protect your furniture from water rings and stains, but most standard coasters end up wearing out and need to be replaced after a while. MetalPress Coasters are a solution to this problem. The sleek and ultra modern set combines solid aluminum for maximum durability with cork backs that keep the coasters in place and ensure your surface is safe from scratches. The aluminum top is etched with beautiful designs that gives it its modern look, and the black paint, which is applied below the surface so it will never bleed, makes the details of the embossed designs pop. The set is complete with a beautiful handmade wood base available in 6 different wood species that you can pick from to match your decor. The craftsmanship and high standard quality of MetalPress will make them pretty much the last coaster set you’ll ever need! You can pre-order your set right now at Kickstarter.com.
The skull shaped stainless steel spoon by Hundred Million design studio is supposed to remind you that sugar is evil every time you scoop a spoonful of sugar for your coffee or tea. All I see, though, is a reminder that sugar can look pretty cool! The concave shape of the spoon makes up for sugar lost through the eyes of the skull, so you’ll still get a good amount of sugar with every scoop.