August 10, 2006
It looks plastic, but it is ceramic. Hmmmmmm . . . Good for storing on counter or in the fridge.
At Yoyo Ceramics
August 9, 2006
As far as I can tell, this isn't available in the United States yet, but it is a good idea. The top keeps your cereal fresh inside the box. The lid adjusts to fit different types of boxes.
August 4, 2006
One of my daughter's favorite shows is Zoboomafoo and they have a big snack machine that dispenses snacks for the various animals that come to visit. Anyway, this reminds me of that, except it dispenses only one type of snack. It holds 13 ounces of dry foods, such as candy, granola, nuts, beans, rice, and cereal. The container is airtight to preserve freshness for up to 45 days.
August 1, 2006
This is a cool take on the fruit bowl. This wall mounted fruit holder keeps fruit at eye level and is a space saver. I think I would feel a lot of pressure to buy a lot of different kinds of fruit, so it would look pretty in the holder.
Via Shiny Shiny at UMAMY Design Groups 2003 collection
July 26, 2006
I love these glass storage jars. The base is glass with a transparent plastic lid. They come in three sizes and two colors and, best of all, they are stackable.
July 20, 2006
Here are some cool storage containers. The containers are made of glass and have interchangeable porcelain or plastic lids. The containers come in five different sizes and can be used for airtight storage, drip-free cruets, milk and sugar containers, salt and pepper shakers, and a juicer.
Via Cool Hunting at Rosenthal-Thomas.
July 18, 2006
I don't really understand bread bins--I keep my bread in the refrigerator--but this is a unique take on the bread bin.
June 12, 2006
I need this. I am forever buying fresh herbs and then having them go bad in the refrigerator because I only use a tablespoon every week or so. With this storage device, the herb stems are steeped in water, so they stay fresh and hydrated longer. You can put it on the counter or in the refrigerator.
At Fresh Herb Keeper
June 6, 2006
In the category of innovations that are completely unneccesary I bring you the self-shaking salt and pepper shakers. You just need to pull the cord, turn over, and hold.
Via Home Tone at calliope
May 15, 2006
Keep your chips fresh with these fun clips from Alessi. They come in orange and green.