This month has been all about COLOR in the kitchen, in food, and in harvest. Well, to cap it off, we have to show you these jolly little platters, made from refinished old candlesticks!
These little pedestal plates are created by design team Iacoli & McAllister in Seattle, WA. They take a common discarded object — the tarnished brass candlesticks you see in thrift stores — and they powder coat them with bright colors to give them a new life. They finish them with a Corian top.
These are so bright and cute; we are totally smitten with them. They would make great serving plates for cookies, fudge, cheese, or fruit. And they'd make a great centerpiece on the table all by themselves.
• Find them: Mini-Pedestal SELECT
, $80-$125 at Iacoli & McAllister
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(Images: Iacoli & McAllister)