These Carved Wooden Bowls Were Formally Inspired by Spoon Markings

By: Amelia Roblin - Feb 11, 2015
References: kutarq & leibal
You're probably used to seeing smooth bottoms in dishes, so there's something unexpected and creative about the design of these carved wooden bowls. Not quite plates and not quite cups, these timber tableware objects were aesthetically inspired by food, but they serves well to hold inedible items as well.

The Kutarq Studio took the scooped pattern that appears within yogurt while you're eating it, applying this as a sculpted surface to the little lumber salvers. They come in different sizes with unique dimples and concave surfaces, presenting perfect indentations for collecting nuts, fruits, knickknacks and more. These carved wooden bowls become beautiful details for your kitchen, your bedroom dresser and your front foyer. They can hold jewelry and keys to help you control clutter in a delightful fashion.