A device that prevents waste of salt and pepper, and doesn't let you over season your food.
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WantedDesign has been a standout among the design events that take place during NYCxDesign and 2013 was no exception.
These designers have us rethinking the way we organize our food in the fridge.
An eco-friendly picnic set that loses the traditionally-required basket.
Maple knives that marry Italian and Japanese design.
An exhibition that re-imagines low-tech appliances and gives them a new use.
Finnish brand Artek delves into the small household item arena using their iconic fabrics.
A trivet made of cubes that goes from a square to a circle and everything in between.
New add-ons for your current IKEA products give them a complete makeover.
The New Norm Multi-Basket from Menu gives you the best of both worlds - it's a basket and a tray.
The Drip Tease collection might be a classic looking tea set in form, but this one has a bit of a contemporary twist.
While white kitchens can't miss in both classic and contemporary interiors, we dare you to diverge.
A hot cup of espresso, straight from your microwave in 30-seconds.
A beautiful collection of handcrafted walnut kitchen and dining room objects from OnOurTable.
A simple, insulated tumbler for your coffee and tea that not only keeps your beverages hot, it supports a great cause to boot.