If pristine and well-kept products are elements that you admire, then these intentionally cracked kitchenware pieces may shock you with their use of broken and fragmented design aesthetics.
While a chipped mug or broken plate would ordinarily require homeowners to throw these kitchenware pieces away, contemporary retailers are incorporating that fragmented appearance into modern goods to create a deceptive exterior look. Making these kitchenware products look as if they have fallen or broken to pieces, these creative designs showcase a move toward more illusory design aesthetics, even in areas of home decor and kitchenware. From purposely fragmented coffee cups to seemingly cracked dishes and serving platters, these intentionally damaged kitchenware designs will surely have guests pondering why you haven't thrown these products out yet.
From Fragmented Coffee Cups to Splintered Kitchen Strainers
Conjoined Ceramic Table Settings
Throwing Sculptures by Hugo Meert Need to Be Broken and Thrown
Abstract Agrarian Platters
The Land Cheese Tray Mimics the Countryside that Yielded its Contents
Macerated Dining Utensils
Mend Dinnerware Unbalances Your Meals, Making it a Challenge to Eat
Splintered Kitchen Strainers
The Cracked Up Colander by Fred & Friends Will Shatter Expectations
This Multifunctional Cutlery Design Brings Out the Heart in Mundane Activities
Purposefully Cracked Cups
BeauTea by Martin Xiaonan Reflects on Tradition of Tea Drinking
Chaotically Cracked Sculleries
Cubism in the Kitchen By Gemelli Design Studio is Brightly Abstract
Fragmented Coffee Cups
The Cracked Up Mug Appears Disjointed and Shattered
Spongey Stone Drink Mats
The Kalki'd Water Absorbent Concrete Coaster is a Natural Marvel
Recycled Skateboard Bottle Openers
This Bottle Opener is Made by Hand from Broken Skateboards.