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Contemporarary Ola Kitchen by Snaidero

Snadeiro’s Ola Kitchen is a legend and it’s been around for over 20 years. It has become a classic and it’s been in production since 1990. A while ago the award-winning kitchen finally got a new look. It was the result of the collaboration between Snaidero and the Pininfarina Group.

Contemporarary Ola Kitchen

The Ola Kitchen got an update in 2000 when the Pininfarina Studio brought it up to date with new handles, new colors, a new worktop in steel and new wall units. The technical content of the kitchen however remained the same, as well as the well-known curved look. It was a big decision. Now the 20-year old Ola Kitchen is a contemporary design. It has a softer look while also maintaining many of the original features.


Impressive Kitcehn Remodel for $50

If you want to recreate your dream kitchen that will be the heart of your home, then you should take a look at this wonderful makeover for inspiration. The interesting thing about this upgrade is that it only cost the owner $50, and we can say that they were well spent.

This remodel is a good example with working with what you have. If you want a change, then all you have to do is to rush to the store and buy a couple of gallons of paint. As you can see this kitchen was transformed by painting it in an Antique White color. Everything was painted: the walls, the cabinets and even the backsplash. The secret behind the tile is that it was very porous and wasn’t shiny at all, so the painting process was possible.


Egg Pants

I guess I have a thing for eggs today. So I will tell you about Egg Pants. I know, the name seems hilarious and you are absolutely right, but these pants made for the eggs are actually a funny egg cup for the kids. And since kids love funny things, especially when they eat and need someone or something to distract them, this could be the perfect solution. If you have a child who does not want to eat eggs, you simply buy these pants and boil an egg for them. It will be fun to eat eggs and you will be happy to see the kids eat the whole meal.

These pants are perfect for any size of eggs and this is why they are made of silicone, so no matter how big or small the egg is, it will not fall off this support. Besides, silicone is pretty adherent, so the egg will stay inside until you have finished eating it and only after that will you throw the egg shell. The creative designer of this item is Liz Kinnmark  and she did it for Design Glut studios. If you like what you see you can now buy a pair of these egg pants for just $6.

Kitchen design ideas with many storage option

The kitchen, as everyone probably knows, is an important and essential part of any home. Eve though you don’t like, don’t want or don’t need to cook, the kitchen is still a functional place where you can store a lot of things. And because decorating a kitchen is not as easy as it might look, we gathered some inspiring idea that might come in handy.

kitchen with many storage option

Here are some ideas of how you can functionally decorate your kitchen. In most of the cases, you would have to have a large kitchen for all those items to fir properly and to also look good. However, some decors can be adapted to smaller kitchens either by letting go of some elements or by simply adjusting the dimensions. I particularly enjoy these kitchen decors because they are simple and elegant.


Taika Mug

I love big and shiny coffee mugs that also have a funny design or drawing on. When I wake up in the morning and prepare my special treat for the day , which is coffee, I use my collection of mugs, all colourful and nice. I like holding them in the morning and in the evening, too, filled with steaming tea and day dreaming until I finish drinking. I enjoy the heat of the mug and, every now and then, I have a look at the pattern on the mug. This is when I like holding a Taika Mug from iittala. These mugs are designed by Klaus Haapaniemi and they reflect some of the mythical creatures and legends of the North.

They reflect the Finnish traditional patterns and also some elements taken from nature. They are made of porcelain and are simple fascinating by the meticulous details that cover them. They combine all kinds of shades of blue and red or are painted in black and white, but no matter what model you choose, you will certainly love it. The capacity of such a mug is about 12 oz (35 cl) and they are perfectly safe to use in the microwave oven, in the freezer and even in the dishwasher. The exquisite design and the delicate handle complete the picture and the price seems just right – $22.

Fun and Colorful Kitchen Makeover

Kitchen remodels are very difficult projects. Taking on such an upgrade is a daring move, but when you have finished the results will brush away every unpleasant memory. We would like to show you a very interesting kitchen makeover that speaks for itself.

If you just bought a house and want to remodel it, then you have to make it showcase your personality and disposition. As you can see this kitchen was a big, dull space that lacked beauty and playfulness. After painting the walls and applying tile as the focal point, this place got a sophisticated feel. The owners didn’t have to throw away the cabinets because they were in perfect shape, but they chose to paint them in a bright color that gives this space some flavor.


Tea Towels by Camilla Meijer

Tea towels are very useful, as you can put them on the tea tray when serving tea and biscuits or even for drying the dishes you wash in the kitchen. But since their primary use is for display on the tea tray they are supposed to look well and be a joy for the eye. That is why the designer Camilla Meijer paid special attention to these towels and created special and beautiful designs for them. She chose flowers because they are so delicate and aesthetic all the time and they look nice on a piece of cloth, even if it is just a tea towel. So these tea towels that you can see here have a special pattern with sea flowers, hand printed in different colours like mustard yellow, blue and red.

These tea towels by Camilla Meijer look great, as they are white with a colourful pattern and they are very good quality being made of linen mix 55% and 45% cotton mix. These towels are a bit smaller than the regular ones and they are 80 cm x 50 cm in size. That makes them perfect for the purpose they were made for: covering the tea tray or the goodies you place on the tray next to the tea. And I think each towel is totally worth the amount of £12.50 that is its price.

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