Sometimes I fall down the Instagram, Pinterest, or Google image search rabbit hole and I forget where I am or what day it is; I know you’ve been there. Not only does time stop, but sometimes I barely come up for air, especially when it comes to unique and unusual gadgets.
Winter is the season to be making warm soups and hearty stews; a time to test your hand at new crockpot recipes and try exotic herbs and spices.
So, in light of this week’s design conference going on right now, the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, I wanted to tell you about an amazing kitchen product; the Tree Story Seasoning Containers by Kokili Projects. This company has captured my attention with their unusual offerings. A sexy statement piece for any kitchen.
“The Tree Story Container Set (made to order) is available in a numbered, limited edition of 10. All sets are signed and given a certificate of authenticity. Please contact us at email@example.com for pricing and availability.
The Tree Story Container Set is driven by a desire to connect everyday patterns of living to the simple pleasures of the world around us. Sitting together, our little forest delightfully holds the most commonly used herbs and spices. The six different glass containers are drawn from the sheer diversity of tree canopy shapes throughout different regions of the world. All pieces are made to order and hand crafted in the US.
Material for the containers are culled from leftover, solid wood offcuts, with species grouped to reflect particular regions of the world. Tops are made of a lead free cast glass. A cork stopper provides a seal to the container. Trays for the herb containers are available in polished nickel coated brass or solid wood. All finishes on the containers are non-toxic and food safe.
Woods will vary depending on availability but all are from sustainably managed forests and are certified.
Tray: 13-3/4″ (35cm) by 11-1/2″ (29cm)
Trees Height vary in species of design: 4-1/2″ (11.45cm) ~ 6-1/2″ (16.5cm)
Trees Width vary in species of design: 3″ (7.6cm) ~ 4″ (10.16cm)
It gets me excited to find an exceptional small company such as Kokili Projects. Their workmanship is beautiful and these products are something I wouldn’t mind having on my own kitchen counter!