The Anton strainer bowl offers an inspired approach to washing and preparing vegetables. The bowl is ergonomically designed for ease of use, efficiency and multiple uses. By combining the handles with drainer you may rinse pasta or vegetables outside the sink, or drain anywhere. Furthermore, by having the ability to serve directly from the bowl, you save on kitchen space, washing and bills. The Anton bowl is made from food grade plastic (PP) polypropylene and BPA free-microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe
store name: Caveman Factory
seller: Ryann Aoukar
address: 6315 Kingston Pike, suite 1212 Knoxville, TN USA
Wanna stand out in the crowd? Check the new Blakkangaroo cookbook. Never a label to stand still the new collection simply rocks for both guys & girls.
Blkkangaroo are a Toronto based group who fuses African touch points with creative design.
We are not sure how long these will be on sale for so hurry. You are not just buying greatness, but something that is sure to hold it’s value even increase:
The porcelain plate series by Kehinde WIley includes six designs featuring details from paintings spanning 2008-2012. The six different faces — 3 male and 3 female — are cropped against colorful, vibrant backgrounds so the plates are equally decorative and functional. The back of each plate has easy holes for hanging, and they are microwave and dishwasher safe.
Each couple plate is 10.75″ and shows a stamped signature on the verso. The plates are individually boxed.
Stamped signature with title on verso.
Featuring details from:
Mrs. Graham (2012), oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
Mary Little, Later Lady Carr (2012), oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
Dacia Carter II (2012), oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
Matar Mbaye II (2008), oil on canvas, 26 x 22 inches
Idrissa Ndiaye (2008), oil on linen, 26 x 22 inches
Mame Ngagne (2008), oil on canvas, 26 x 22 inches
You know that feeling when people come over and you realize you don’t have enough seats for everybody? Carry On, by Mattias Stenberg for OFFECCT, offers up another place to put that extra bum. It’s a portable stool that you can lug around your home or office for those times you need extra seating. Or you’re going to a friend’s house and they ask you if you have any extra chairs – bring the Carry On.
The rounded, fabric-covered form has a rotating wooden handle that lets you easily transport it from space to space. Slip the handle to the side when it’s time to sit. You can even stack several of these in a corner so they’re on hand when you need that extra seating. We think they are pretty cool.
Ping Pong has been making a steady comeback in the last decade be it at trendy members clubs or outside parks and Australia-based POPP, Public Ping Pong Worldwide, is making it even easier to play. The company makes free-to-use, permanent ping pong tables for parks and open spaces around Australia. The tables, like The Ephemeralist, is an outdoor table for the minimalist.
The weather-proof table, with its subtle architectural details and bright yellow top, is the perfect minimalist option for any table tennis enthusiast.
The company partners with various designers to create different table designs that are then commissioned by and then permanently installed in different locations.