March 16, 2006
These serving bowls are cute. The bowls sit on a wooden base at an angle, so the food is easier to serve. (Though it doesn't look like they hold much.) It comes with a serving spoon as well.
Via design*sponge at Wrapables
March 13, 2006
Tired of grilling with boring straight skewers? Try out this curved skewer. The curve allows it to fit nicely on a plate, though it looks like you could only get one skewer per plate.
March 8, 2006
Having done Weight Watchers a couple of times, I know that portions are very important. These stackable bowls are a pretty way to watch your portions. The set of six bowls come in half-cup up to two-cup sizes, and they are freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe.
At Studio Panepinto
March 6, 2006
There are a lot of combination products out there: radios/toasters, convention ovens/microwave ovens, vacuums/waffle makers (ok, I made the last one up, but someone should get on that). Now we have the glass/bottle opener. It is a combination that actually makes a little sense. Just don't try opening any bottles with a full glass of beer. That could get ugly.
At Orange Skin
March 1, 2006
I like this take on the boring champagne flute. Stemless wine glasses are all the rage, so it makes sense to have a stemless champagne glass. These glasses are made in India and each glass has a different botanic motif.
Via productdose.com at Global Table
February 28, 2006
Hmmmm . . . A nice glass carafe with plastic cups. Drink in style, while pretending you are at a frat party. The cups are pretty, though.
February 16, 2006
What is better than ice cream? Ice cream in brightly colored bowls.
At Big Love Ice Cream Cup and Spoon
January 31, 2006
I'm not sure how functional these would be, but they do look nice.
If you’re looking for a unique way to serve coffee or tea, you could do worse than these E-Li-Li cups and saucers (set of two), which appear to be unraveling in your hand. Designed by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas, the cup and saucer were part of an Alessi’s 2005 “Il Caffe Alessi” collection, which originated as a project in 2003 that encouraged prominent architects to make a first attempt at industrial design.
Via productdose.com at unica
January 30, 2006
Here is a reason to live in Helsinki--You can get a pretty salt shaker like this. The neck of the salt shaker acts like a funnel. The shaker is fill and sprinkled out through the neck, with no separate filling hole.
Via design sponge at jatta LAVI
January 23, 2006
Oooooooooh bubbles . . . . pretty bubbles. . . They call this a serving tray, but it can be used as a cutting board or a trivet.