Outfit your kitchen like a Scandi with well-made, useful, low-key essentials. Here are 11 that we swear by.
Above: Designed by Bent Georg Jensen, the cotton and flax Abild Tea Towel is a Danish icon; €15 ($19.25).
Above: The Sarpaneva Cast Iron Three-Quart Stock Pot is $203 at Finnish Design Shop.
Above: The Skeppshult Cast-Iron Spice Grinder is $60 at March in San Francisco.
Above: Sarah gave me a set of Toss Around Salad Servers from Muuto a while back and they’ve become a kitchen favorite; $35 from Scandinavian Design Center.
Above: The well-priced, perennially available Korken Jar with Lid is $4.49 at Ikea.
Above: Finnish Scrubbing Whisks are $12 each at Fjørn Scandinavian.
Above: Hand-knit cotton and linen Iris Hantverk Pot Holders are $22 each from Fjørn Scandinavian.
Above: The classic Ankarsrum Original Stand Mixer is $699.95 from Metro Kitchen and comes in a range of colors.
Above: The Vaxbo Linen Dishcloth is $16 from Manos. We featured it in the Remodelista book roundup of our favorite everyday things—the Remodelista 100.
Above: The white enameled metal Knodd Bin from Ikea is $19.99.
Above: The Iris Hantverk Dust Pan & Brush Set is $124 at Fjørn Scandinavian.
For more, browse Kitchenware in our Shop section, including the Mercedes of the precision kitchen world, 11 German-Made Kitchen Essentials. Find the Composting Pails and Onion Baskets you’ve been looking for on Gardenista.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on September 22, 2014.
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