Thursday, July 9, 2009
Someone I know may be in the market for a bread box, so I've been inspired to take another look around at what's become available.
One thing I'm seeing is that companies whose bread boxes I've admired in the past have come out with new, interesting options. For example, the colorful bread boxes above come from Wesco.
Polder has some bread bins with a similar look.
Typhoon has some fun new options, too.
And RedCandy made me aware that Joseph Joseph now has a steel bread bin.
I haven't mentioned Brabantia before, but since the company makes some of the larger-capacity bread bins, I wanted to be sure to give it a mention. (One of many vendors: Just-Brabantia.co.uk, which is where the photo came from)
This large - and pricey - bread box is made by WMF, and is sold by Bloomingdales.
Don't like stainless steel? Here's a different approach to the bread bin.
The wood for the lid of this porcelain bread bin can serve as a chopping board.
And if you really want eye-popping color, these may be the bread bins for you.
Finally, H is for Home "specialises in the unusual, the quirky, one off, handmade and vintage" - so the bread bin I'm showing above may not be available in the future. However, there are six different bins available today - and who knows what interesting products might show up in the future.
Nine Notable Bread Boxes, Bins and Canisters
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