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Kitchen Simplicity from a Swiss Atelier

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 28, 2013 01:04 AM
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by Justine Hand last modified Sep 27, 2013

Recently discovered via Etsy:  Golden Biscotti  is a small shop offering daily goods of elemental charm. Designed by  Nicole Lehner , each product is manufactured by hand using traditional techniques that enhance the natural beauty of the materials—paper, wood, and clay. Simplicity reigns at this Swiss atelier; ornamentation is sacrificed in favor of balance and form, and texture, rather than color, provides allure. Above: Sold individually or as a set in three shades of gray, Golden Biscotti's porcelain plates are left unglazed in order to maintain their textured finish; $59 each or $170 for the set. Above: Drinking straws made of... straw! Harvested with a sickle just before ripening, each piece is then dried and cut to the desired length. An ecological alternative to plastic, Golden Biscotti's straws are compostable; $9.60 for a set of 20. Above: Like Golden Biscotti's plates, their hand-folded paper garlands come in a trio of subtle gray shades: $24 for a set of three. Above: Carved from maple and walnut, Golden Biscotti's tree boards are both decorative and utilitarian; $32 for maple , $38 for walnut.  Also available in beech ($38) and as a set of three ; $111. Above: Designed in collaboration with fashion designer Cornelia Peter, this natural pan mat   is hand-crocheted from durable hemp; $59. You can view the full range of Golden Biscotti products here . Want more natural style for your home? See Eco-Friendly Kitchen Style from Mr. and Mrs. P . Stay tuned: Take a tour of Remodelista contributor Justine Hand's Cape Cod cottage in our first Remodelista book , out November 5.  






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