I am very thrilled by this new housewares collection made of reclaimed wood. It made me regret that I was not at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in NYC last week.
More than just a pretty face, the culture of Domestic Aesthetic revolves around sustainability. They use responsibly harvested materials and low impact processes. Naturally, their production methods eliminate hazardous chemicals so you and your family can feel better eating and cooking with their products.
Domestic Aesthetic aims to produce well-designed, affordable eco-friendly housewares. I feel that they deliver on their “Live well, Live right” motto. Nike Foley designed pieces that appeal to the senses of both men and women.
The Certified Salad Bowl Set comes with porcelain edged plates instead of the typical salad bowls. I like the usual shape of the large serving bowl. It harmonizes with the Certified Salt and Pepper Shakers.
Made out mahogany waste from a local window company, the organic shape of the Reclaimed Mahogany Spice Dish contrasts against the square edges of the block. It will fashion an impressing view next to your cooking area.
If I did not live with curious cats, I would get a spice dish for myself.
I just sent a request to know when and where to buy? Also how much their products cost? I will get back to you as soon as I receive an answer from Domestic Aesthetic.
Learn more: Domestic Aesthetic
Via: domestic aesthetic [the style files] + Reclaimed Wood Housewares by Domestic Aesthetic [Inhabitat]
JenniferJune 12, 2008 at 18:39
These are beautiful. Great find Kim.
Janick - Nea JewelryJune 13, 2008 at 08:10
Oh wow, those look beautiful!