Gareth Ladley recently designed a set of modular kitchen utensils that help consumers make use of idle tools. Ladley noticed that many of the items in his kitchen were rarely used throughout the year. To solve this problem, he developed a set of streamlined kitchen utensils that would help consumers save money and space.
Ladley developed a set of 'Auxiliary Tools,' which encourage users to make use of objects that are otherwise standing idle. The modular kitchen tools are designed to carry out a number of different functions, meaning that the consumer does not have to purchase as many different kitchen tools. The Auxiliary Tools are designed to handle everything from peeling a carrot to spinning sugar.
By making a single set of tools that can carry out numerous different functions, Ladley's device helps consumers streamline their kitchen.