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Trays, Tea Towels, Rulers & More from kukka


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Robot and Tube tea towels hanging from a couple of My Homes clothes hangers.

The design brand kukka was established in 2010 by Israeli and British designer Rona Meyuchas K. The products include lamps, trays, tea towels, and accessories for the home or office. I like the colorful Robots and Tubes collection of trays and tea towels designed by British illustrator Will Haywood. The dishwasher-safe trays are individually handcrafted in Sweden from a single sheet of sustainable birchwood (Robot is 12” in diameter and Tube is 15”). The matching British-made tea towels, part of kukka’s illustrated range, are screen printed on 100% cotton.

Other great gifts in the collection include Balata, an 8” ruler made from reclaimed high-quality Caesarstone, and My Homes, a set of three house-shaped clothes hangers that are traditionally crafted from maple wood with no glue and finished with linseed oil.

Kukka’s designs are available at design shops worldwide.

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My Homes is a set of three house-shaped clothes hangers that are traditionally crafted from maple wood with no glue and finished with linseed oil.

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The Tube tea towel.

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Tube tray and matching tea towel.

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The Robot tray, designed by British illustrator Will Haywood, is handmade in Sweden of birchwood. Shown here with a matching tea towel. The Robot with the wheel reminds me of Rosie from The Jetsons.

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The Balata rulers are made of reclaimed Caesarstone.

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Balata ruler in red.

All images courtesy of Kukka. 

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