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It’s needless to say that kitchen utensils made from wood are not only the most beautiful option, but also the most sustainable. We’ve picked out 12 favorite things that we’d love to get for our homes.

As the plastic detox continues, our focus has now moved on to the kitchen. After a quick inventory in our own cabinets and drawers, we can only state that there’s still some room for improvement in this particular area. However, making better choices has never been easier. Natural materials—like wood—has been considered one of the biggest interior trends for quite some time now, and continues to top all kinds of trend charts and reports for fall (and beyond). Now you can get basically every kitchen essential that is commonly made from plastic in a beautiful wooden version instead; brushes, potato peelers, measurement kits, whisks and cutting boards—you name it.

We hope this selection will give you some inspiration!

1. Grinder, Peugeot/Artilleriet. 2. Bread board, Malle W. Trousseau/Artilleriet. 3. Measurement kit, H&M.

4. Kitchen Roll Holder, Hay. 5. Wood mortar, Tambur. 6. Small serving board, Mûr lifestyle.

7. Pot and pan brush, Mûr lifestyle. 8. Whisk (and more), Granit. 9. Potato peeler, Artilleriet.

10. Wooden Spoon set, Mûr lifestyle. 11. Rolling pin, Artilleriet. 12. Cutting board, Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co./The Line.


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