This New Kitchen Brand Makes Adulting SO Easy
Clean, functional, and good-looking.
The kitchen is the ultimate example of a space that requires functional design. Without tools that work, a kitchen isn't an authentic, lived-in area. That's why Material, a kitchenware design company that believes in "peeling away the excess," created a direct-to-consumer collection of perfectly-made tools.
The clean, modern collection is not only functional and sleek, but it's also reasonably priced. For example, Material offers a chef's knife at $75, and a seven-piece fundamental set at $175. Together, these pieces create a coherent and curated set of essentials. The tools are both well-designed and approachable, welcoming any new-to-the-kitchen individual to get their hands dirty. That intimidating recipe you've been thinking about? Now you can take it on with these helpful kitchen teammates.
The set includes seven key kitchenware items. First, there's an eight inch knife, which is made from tree layers of Japanese stainless steel. A four inch knife is made from three layers of Japanese stainless steel, and it's perfect for careful cuts, mincing, shaving, and peeling. Next, the set of tongs only needs one hand to be locked and unlocked, and are designed with an upwards tilt to keep surfaces clean, and the spatula is also designed to be as nimble and efficient as possible. The two spoons — one wood and one metal — are made for stirring, scooping, and serving. And finally, there is a base built to hold it all, aiming to maximize space on the countertop!
To learn more, check out Material's new collection here.