The culinary instruments that are commonly found in canisters and drawers are relocated overhead with the Kitchen Icicle. A winning concept in for the 2012 Red Dot Design Award, this collection comprising a stirring spoon, a spatula, a ladle and a pair of tongs has a special talent.
Jo Eun Hee and Park Ji Yeon came up with the idea to embed strong magnets into the tips of the lightweight utensils' handles so that they can be stuck onto metal surfaces. A slender rectangular steel plate is designed to be mounted beneath your cabinets and close to the stovetop, allowing the implements to connect and dangle down.
The Kitchen Icicle utensils are simple, effective and ergonomic. Best of all, they clear clutter from your food preparation area and they can be hung up conveniently while in use instead of set down to dirty your cooking surface.
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