You Have to See the New Kitchen Gear from This Danish Design Brand
Today is the best Tuesday we’ve had in a while, for one specific reason: The MoMa Design Store announced Hay Kitchen Market. What’s Hay Kitchen Market? Oh, just the cutest collection of plates, glasses, and kitchen tools that we’ve ever seen.
You see, Hay is a Danish brand that hit the States a few years ago and, while the company has had kitchen stuff in the past (think: pepper grinders, tea towels, trivets, and more), the new line more than doubles the cooking- and dining-related offerings.
The stuff will be online at the MoMa Design Store soon, but in the meantime, here’s a peak at what we saw this morning.
There are all sorts of lacquered porcelain and marbled enamelware dishes that can be mixed and matched. And look at those grinders on the right — there are now two different grinder shapes in various colors.
These glasses have a fun, modern shape — and a streak of color that somehow works with all the other pieces in the collection.
3. Cutting boards
These cutting boards are so simple yet so stinkin’ cute. They’re super solid, have little rubber feet that keep the board in place while you work, and happen to be dishwasher-safe.
Even the sponges are adorable! In addition to the mouse and the fish, there’s also a sponge that’s made to look like a bottle of dish soap, a neon option, and a super-glam gold one (see the photo at the top of this post). Bonus: The little mouse creatures were designed to perch on the edge of a sink.
5. Tea kettles
The only problem with these kettles is that they look so great together, you kinda have to get more than one.
6. Pink things
If you’re a fan of Millennial Pink (who isn’t?), then you’ll be super into these pink dishes. Please excuse the quality of this photo — the pink is so much better in person!
7. Glass jars
At $25 each, these jars are certainly more expensive than, say, Mason jars, but we love the scientific feel of them. Just one or two could make a big impact on a counter or in a pantry.
We couldn’t get over the shape of these glass pitchers. And the one on the right is just $35, which seems like a steal.
9. Odds and ends
Little paring knives, bag clips, brushes, and wooden spoons? Yes please! We’ll take one, er, seven of everything.