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We bet lots of kitchens could use a proper plastic detox. This would prevent plastic particles from finding their way into our bodies via the food we eat, and out into nature via our drains. Non-plastic home goods also look a million times more beautiful – or what do you say to this selection?

Above: Kitchen Towel Hand Woven, organic cotton, Artilleriet. Cheese Bags, Formaticum/Tambur.

Shop the Kitchenware

1. Citrus Press, olive tree, Tambur. 2. Prep Bowl, Pottery Jo/Artilleriet. 3. Hand Turned Granadillo Wood Salad Tongs, Kindred Black.

4. Butter Knife, Tambur. 5. Citrus Press by Anna Wadle, Tambur. 6. Strainer Medium, Hay/Artilleriet.

7. Pallares Solsona Kitchen Knife, Kindred Black. 8. Julienne Shredder, Food Pharmacy. 9. The Kitchen Scissor, Pallarès/Artilleriet.

10. Measuring Spoons, Artilleriet. 11. 1L Rose Ceramic Jug by Julie Damhus/Yume. 12. Pallarès Solsona Chef’s Knife, June Home Supply.


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