Magisso Kitchen Cloth Holder Available in North America

magisso kitchen cloth holder :: curved stainless steel model in a square sink

Do you recall this fabulous discovery from the IDS 09 in Toronto? Magisso exhibited at the IDS in the hope to find a distributor. They did! Urban Butik opened a couple days ago their online store, which delivers in Canada and the Unites States.  I used my kitchen cloth holder since the IDS and I am very pleased with it.

There are three models to choose from: the curved stainless steel, the straight stainless steel and the curved plastic handle. The two models are identical except for the material used for the handle part of the holder. Until now, I used the plastic model. I will give it to my sister in law now that I received a complimentary stainless steel model. The stainless steel suits more my style.

2 models of stainless steel magisso kitchen cloth holder

The straight model is designed to satisfy the aesthetics of people that opt for a sink with square corners. By opting for the straight handle, they maintain the integrity of their straight line kitchen.

I am happy to report that the distributor are from Montreal, my home town. Urban Butik is the love child of Anne Foged and Jean-Luc Bouchard.

Update: Besides buying online, retailers in the United States currently sell this practical kitchen gadget. I guess that it will not take too long before Canadian retailers follow. They update their retailer lists regularly.

+ Magisso Kitchen Cloth holder all stainless steel model $59.95, plastic handle model $24.95 at Urban Butik

  • sabine, la marquise des anges
    May 5, 2009 at 17:32

    I am glad they found a distributor .. I really like the the curved stainless steel … really stylish and practical …I ‘d have first to revamp my old looking (but very convenient) kitchen … then I will buy it !!!!

  • Lisa Canning
    May 6, 2009 at 07:47

    This is such a smart product. Yay for a Canadian distributor!

  • Nathalie Rivard
    May 6, 2009 at 16:28

    Wow, I’m happy that they can now be found in Canada! I might get one for myself! :-))