A house filed with copper accessories can look a bit gaudy, that is unless it’s integrated well and done stylishly rather than overbearingly. These copper kitchen accessories are an example of the latter, rather than the former. Created by Kurasuhito Kurasutokoro and Yusuke Komatsu, these pieces are an amazing option for those looking to add some class to the kitchen.
What better way to interact with your food then with food based accessories? These pieces are literally made from whatever was found in the fridge, which begs the question: can you really make anything out of anything? If this is any indication the response that question is a resounding yes.
With versatile shapes and an effortless style, it’s a no-brainer addition to the home.
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