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A Rolling Pin That Stores Itself

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A Rolling Pin That Stores Itself

September 23, 2013

We never seem to tire of new (and unseen before) kitchen accessories. Especially when those accessories are made of quality materials and feature a built-in storage component, like this beech wood rolling pin with its own wall holder.

Above: The Rolling Pin is a design inspired by those of traditional French origin; the pin itself is made from solid beech wood with a smooth, un-waxed finish; £20 from Garden Trading in the UK.

Above: The rolling pin can be set into the matching holder made from oak.

The truth is: we have been on a rolling pin kick lately: 6 Favorites: Display-Worthy French Rolling Pins and DIY: A Marble Rolling Pin on Display.

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