Soon-to-be graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, Maggie Saunders, who is studying furniture design, created these triangular napkin holders that do away with the idea of simply being just a typical napkin ring that gets hidden in a drawer. These look good enough to display on your tabletop when not in use.
When the triangles are fitted together they form a hexagon and stay that way thanks to the embedded rare earth magnets that hold them in place. They can lay flat or stand upright in the hexagon shape and when it’s time to use them, you can easily pull them apart.
Instead of being flanked in colors, ceramic tiles can be used on the sides so it can become a hotplate.
For more information, please contact Maggie at [email protected]
Photos by Elianne Taveras.