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Normann Copenhagen Beater Whisk

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Beater is a whisk that is sculptural, space-saving and functional all at the same time. Beater can be folded together using the ring in the middle for saving space in the kitchen drawer. The ring also serves as a hanging fixture for easily accessible storage on the wall.

Beater comes in white, grey, light blue, nude, lavender, pink, mint and dark blue. Each color also has a contrast color that gives the design life and humor.

Use Beater to whisk eggs, sauce or delicious desserts.
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Normann Copenhagen Tea Egg Infuser

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Tea Egg is a functional tea infuser made of silicone and designed by the Danish design company Made by Makers. Tea Egg is quick to brew a warm cup of tea for those everyday cozy moments.

These festive tea infusers are available in six different colors which can be used to accentuate the type of tea being served. At the same time, the different colors make it easy to tell which type of tea each guest is given. Use the black tea egg, for example, for serving a classic Early Grey or the deep pink tea egg for a mild, warm cream tea.

With its simple design the tea infuser is easy to clean by means of its two, dishwasher-friendly parts.

Available in grey, black, blue, mint, rose and pink.
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Menu Afteroom Caddy

$30.00
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The Afteroom Caddy takes care of your stuff in the kitchen, bathroom or office and the simple, logical shape is a fine contrast to the rough surface and the dark and slightly raw colors.
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Menu Dropp! Fruit Bowl

$60.00
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MENU's Dropp! Bowl has attitude all its own, and is an intriguing alternative to conventional thinking! Designed to serve fruit or bread in an innovative new way, or simply to function as a decorative container for keys, coins and more! The unconventional shape of the bowl originates from the image of a splash of paint frozen in time. Dropp! has a smooth shiny inside and a matte cool outside, and is available in multiple colors! Designed by Niels Römer of Germany.
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Menu Beer Foamer

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The Beer Foamer gets you as close to the Pub experience as you can without leaving your home. Denser beer foam will significantly increase the taste, aroma and feeling of the beer - just like beer fresh from the tap.

Beer enthusiasts normally recommend pouring with a bit of a splash to create a head. This will create foam, but with large bubbles and low density. This sadly destroys the bubbles in the beer and leaves you with boring, flat beer and inferior foam. Not what you want at all. In frustration over this we invented a tool to separate the foaming process from the pouring process. And we achieved what we hoped for: Crisp, bubbly beer and soft, dense foam - just like draft.

The foam is created in the clear shatterproof container. The copper top holds the foaming device itself and has its visual inspiration from the large copper boilers you see in old beer breweries.

Pour ¼” – ½” of beer into the container. Gently pour the rest of the beer in your drinking glass - carefully to keep in the bubbles. Put the of the foamer top in place and press the button. The foam will rise in the foamer's glass beneath the copper top. Take the top off and gently pour the foam on top of your beer. Enjoy!
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Menu Grey Leaves Plate

$28.00
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Cross-stitching is a big part of the Danish handicraft tradition, and something closely tied to the family. Most of us learned from our unbelievably patient grandmothers - or our even more patient home craft teachers who got the questionable joy of teaching 30 kids at a time. But they did. And they made sure we followed the right patterns and tucked the thread neatly on the backside.

Cross-stitching is something you do to let your mind wander, to let go of thoughts about work and busy times, and to just be right where you are. And we think this is what the world needs right now, a little collective step on the brakes. Some time to think, breathe and evaluate how we want to live our lives.
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Menu Grey Stitch Bowl

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Cross-stitching is a big part of the Danish handicraft tradition, and something closely tied to the family. Most of us learned from our unbelievably patient grandmothers - or our even more patient home craft teachers who got the questionable joy of teaching 30 kids at a time. But they did. And they made sure we followed the right patterns and tucked the thread neatly on the backside.

Cross-stitching is something you do to let your mind wander, to let go of thoughts about work and busy times, and to just be right where you are. And we think this is what the world needs right now, a little collective step on the brakes. Some time to think, breathe and evaluate how we want to live our lives.
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Menu Grey Stitch Jar w/ Lid

$28.00
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Cross-stitching is a big part of the Danish handicraft tradition, and something closely tied to the family. Most of us learned from our unbelievably patient grandmothers - or our even more patient home craft teachers who got the questionable joy of teaching 30 kids at a time. But they did. And they made sure we followed the right patterns and tucked the thread neatly on the backside.

Cross-stitching is something you do to let your mind wander, to let go of thoughts about work and busy times, and to just be right where you are. And we think this is what the world needs right now, a little collective step on the brakes. Some time to think, breathe and evaluate how we want to live our lives.
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Menu Felt Panel Pin Board

$70.00
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The Felt Panels can become a natural and functional detail in your hallway, home office, kitchen/living room or anywhere else in your home. They can be combined to create decorative elements with a clean, graphic look. But the panels are very much intended to be used. Together they create a multi-functional system that serves many purposes.
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Menu Grey Leaves Dish

$80.00
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Cross-stitching is a big part of the Danish handicraft tradition, and something closely tied to the family. Most of us learned from our unbelievably patient grandmothers - or our even more patient home craft teachers who got the questionable joy of teaching 30 kids at a time. But they did. And they made sure we followed the right patterns and tucked the thread neatly on the backside.

Cross-stitching is something you do to let your mind wander, to let go of thoughts about work and busy times, and to just be right where you are. And we think this is what the world needs right now, a little collective step on the brakes. Some time to think, breathe and evaluate how we want to live our lives.
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