This Home Tower Ladle & Lid Stand by Yamazaki is an ideal kitchen accessory to hold utensils and books when actively cooking in the kitchen. The metal powder-coated steel is a smart modern look for any home decor design.
Yamazaki has been bringing inspired ideas to common household items for over 100 years.
Yamazaki brings thought and creativity to on a regular basis items through design inspired by life in Japan. Life in Japan, and any city, leaves residents short on space. With this, they focus on organization, storage and space-saving. Each and every of their products are designed to be as smart and simple as conceivable.
Driven by a sense of curiosity and creativity, they imagine that better home goods make for a better home life.
YAMAZAKI Product lines:
TOSCA: A Scandinavian-inspired line of storage essentials in warm white steel with wooden accents.
TOWER: Clean lines and modern design define this line of functional home goods. All products are To be had in black and white.
RIN: A line of simple organizational tools with a modern edge and wood panel accents.
UTENSIL STAND: Yamazaki Home’s Tower Ladle & Lid Stand can hold spoons, pot lids, spatulas, ladles, cookbooks or even a tablet in the same location for useful cooking.
MULTIFUNCTIONAL: The ladle and lid stand can clear up counter space to rest a cookbook upright or hold a pot lid. This is a great accessory to set down a ladle on without splattering the kitchen or sink.
DURABLE: The metal construction is made of powder-coated steel to be resistant secure to rust. It is durable to hold any of your kitchen utensils and stay organized.
DESIGN: To be had in both white and black, this ladle & lid stand has a modern look to it having the ability to blend into any home decor. The base is removable for the ease of cleaning.
BRAND: Yamazaki brings thought and creativity to on a regular basis items through design inspired by life in Japan. Items are created with special attention to simplicity, practically, quality, and saving space.
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