1 Porter by Hay
Shane Schneck’s ash paper towel holders for the Danish manufacturer are defined by their cross rods, which bend to lock rolls into place. Porter comes in natural, grey, nude and yellow.
2 Acacia by Alessi
The business end of this sweet little honey dipper by Italian designer Miriam Mirri consists of a faceted stainless steel ball – that takes its cues from the hexagons of a honeycomb – attached to a spoon.
3 Forest by Stelton
Fungi from the Nordic woods inspired Klaus Rath’s oak salt and pepper mills with plastic and ceramic grinding mechanisms. They were designed to coordinate with Stelton’s Danish Modern 2.0 range, though their natural finish suits most environments.
4 Phold by Menu
The Stockholm-based American designer Shane Schneck also came up with these food-safe silicone containers with a foldable top, available in two sizes and six pastels and neutrals.
5 Plum by Tom Dixon
The London designer recently launched a glam copper-plated collection for cocktail hour, made up of a shaker, tongs, and two buckets – one for ice and one for champagne.
6 Geo by Normann Copenhagen
The latest additions to Nicholai Wiig Hansen’s range include jars in three sizes, a milk jug and a sugar bowl. Matte on the outside and glossy on the inside, Geo comes in four muted shades including nude and mint green.