February 22, 2013 | Home Couture Store
Brazilian designer Patricia Naves of Oiti design studio has come up with a novelty design idea for a set of coasters. Cork Toast-it Coasters are a fun way to brighten-up the dining table during breakfast or brunch.
February 20, 2013 | Home Couture Store
French designer Philippe Starck has designed compact kitchens ideal space conscious housings, or even for your outdoor separate kitchen for the German manufacturer Warendorf.
December 17, 2012 | Home Couture Store
Designed by Jette Scheib for non-profit design studio Side by Side.
October 31, 2012 | Home Couture Store
Here is a cool kitchen gadget, Karoto a carrot peeler and sharpener by Israeli designer Avichai Tadmor for design studio Monkey Business. The Karoto kitchen gadget is a scaled-up version of the classic manual pencil sharpener designed for peeling, sharpening
October 23, 2012 | Home Couture Store
The Presso is an espresso machine that requires no electricity whatsoever. Instead, the Presso uses press and pull a series of levers to turn packed ground beans into a perfect shot of espresso by using boiled water.
October 16, 2012 | Home Couture Store
A state-of-the-art fridge by Italian luxury refrigerator manufacturer Meneghini Arredamenti is the La Cambusa, which costs more than the average kitchen. Retailing up to $41,500 (32.ooo EUR), depending on the amount of custom fitted gizmos. At first glance this fridge unit may look like a giant safe,
October 05, 2012 | Home Couture Store
Loving these coconut shaped and inspired melamine dessert bowls. By Oded Friedland of Monkey Business these Coconut Bowls come in sets of two with matching spoons.
October 04, 2012 | Home Couture Store
Designed by Joan Rojeski Disseny and Alberto Arza for Spanish company Lékué, the Citrus Spray is a small kitchen gadget for use to extract the juices of say a lemon or a lime.
September 07, 2012 | Home Couture Store
Henri Mazelier collection début knife collection by Cédric Ragot is a knife that takes the form of a pocket knife. Ragot inspired by the traditional Aveyron knife of southwestern France has come up with these original designs, and will exhibit for the first time at Maison+Objet, Paris from today, 7th September 2012.
September 06, 2012 | Home Couture Store
Nick Munro‘s contemporary take on the classic teapot is most welcomed. The award winning designer based in Chester, United Kingdom, takes a classic silhouette we all recognise and updates it by using 18/10 stainless steel, which means that the tea infuser will remain its shine and beauty even with minimal care.