Avva Felt Breadbasket by Teroforma

Avva Felt Breadbasket for Teraforma

The husband and wife team Anna & Andrew Hellman relies on an international group of designers and artisans to make thoughtfully designed objects for the table. Their latest creation is the cutest bread basket I came across so far. It is made of felt and it ships flat.

With the holes, I do not think this bread basket is suitable for long storage. My guess is that it is designed more to carry the bread but it is so cute. I feel it looks like a present.

Avva Felt Breadbasket for Teraforma

The assembled version stays upright. It even hold its shape when the front is opened to access what is inside. A bread basket will hold four bagels or a round country bread. It will become available this Spring in soft white, spring green, deep brown and quiet grey. They planned to reveal later an Autumn color collection. The Avva Felt Breadbasket was designed by Josh Jakus of Berkeley, California and it is produced for Teroforma by Buffalo Felt from Buffalo, New York.

+ Avva Felt Breadbasket by Teroforma

    February 3, 2010 at 11:02

    I love the simplicity of this design. Plus I adore anything made with felt! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and taking time to comment. I’m a big fan!

  • Andrew
    February 5, 2010 at 08:49

    Kim/ Thanks so much for the post! Your layout is great and the Avva breadbasket looks great on your site. We really appreciate the support and hope you will keep an eye on us over the next few months as there is definitely more to come. //Andrew, Teroforma

  • Andrew
    February 5, 2010 at 08:52

    PS – the little gaps on the side of the breadbasket are to make sure that some air does get in to keep the warm bread from getting soggy. We made a prototype with completely closed sides and it created a less than ideal steamroom effect inside the piece. The final design will definitely keep bread toasty and crunchy while on the table. //Andrew

    • At Home with Kim Vallee
      February 5, 2010 at 10:34

      Andrew: I did not think about warm bread, which are the best way to serve bread at the table. Thank you for explaining the process.