The kitchen is the centre of the home. It’s where the family gathers for fun and socialising after a long day. Find inspiration, tips and tricks on how to use colours, fabrics and different textures to create a personalised and functional space.
The kitchen is the heart of the home and has come to be used for more than just cooking – it has become a common area that accommodates the whole family and needs to be both functional and inviting. The modern kitchen is a multi-functional space – and that places certain demands on the kitchen’s decor and, not least, the textiles that are in it.
On our inspiration page you will find tips and tricks on how your kitchen can be designed so that functionality and attractive design come together in harmony. We show you how to mix and match tea towels, kitchen towels and dishcloths to give the kitchen a new lease of life. You can also read about how the kitchen’s textiles can serve several functions, for example using dishcloths as napkins in a table setting, or using tea towels and kitchen towels as a beautiful base in your bread basket.
RECIPES FOR EVERYDAY LIFE AND SPECIAL OCCASIONS
This is also where you’ll find inspiration for everything from everyday food to gourmet dishes. Carry on reading as we share recipes from Michelin-starred restaurants and show you how to make a gift of home-made lemon curd served in a lovely jar. We celebrate everyday life with delicious recipes for everything from pumpkin soup to pan bread and, not least, pudding and homemade cake.
Be inspired to make dinner for friends and family as we guide you towards great dining experiences. On weeknights, when food needs to be easy and quick, or when a weekend party requires a more detailed menu.
LITTLE KITCHEN ESSENTIALS
The kitchen is becoming more and more of a focal point in the home. It’s becoming a miniature living room where you eat, host guests and watch television. This places great demands on the decor as well as on the quality and appearance of the fabrics in the kitchen. Functionality is also a requirement for kitchen textiles. Antiseptic and water-absorbing qualities should therefore be superior. Tea towels and dishcloths are everyday tools in the kitchen, and drying ability is therefore very important. However, for us, it’s also essential that the textiles look beautiful – even after years of use. The kitchen textiles in our collection are made from a linen and cotton mix – both 100% cotton and 100% linen. All of the products share some common features – that their weave, material and design go hand in hand, and that they are rigorously tested before they arrive in your kitchen.