Normann Copenhagen's Krenit Bowl is Functional and Delicate

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 18, 2012 • References: shop.normann-copenhagen & design-milk
Color is one of the best ways to brighten up a space, and the Krenit Bowl offers just the perfect amount of vibrancy. It balances its inner chromatic self with a black exterior. That way, it can be playful and sophisticated at the same time.

Designed by civil engineer Herbert Krenchel back in 1953, the Krenit Bowl has been re-released to the delight of many. A slew of manufacturers have begun to revisit past designs in order to nostalgically entice new and returning customers.

The Krenit Bowl was originally made with an enamel interior in eight colors and nine sizes. It is now now produced in steel with a melamine interior in five colors including white, black, turquoise, purple, lime and red. Stats for Inner Chromatic Kitchenware Trending: Older & Chilly
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