5 Contemporary Oven Mitts and Pot Holders
Picking out an oven mitt or a potholder might seem like a mindless task, but you may change your mind after you've had your hand scorched through a flimsy potholder from picking up a piping hot dish. The tools, equipment and ingredients in a kitchen can be very hot, so it's important to protect yourself from potential burns. More
It’s a little like playing a game of Jacks. French designer Gabriele Chiave created a trivet that is elegant, fun and unique. You simply throw the little stars on the table like dice and arrange them to fit the pot you are using.
Let your favorite dishes rest on this shiny undulating trivet that doubles as a spoon rest or sweet spot to stash keys, coins or candy. Its sculptural design makes it as much a piece of decorative art as it is a functional kitchen and dining room companion.
Keep your hot dishes off the table with this mirror polished steel trivet decorated with laser cut cactus leaves. Beautiful by itself, or treat yourself to the matching trays, baskets and kitchen accessories and revel in coordinated nirvana.
Easy to use with their pocketed, circular shape, Sir|Madam's linen & cotton kitchen mitts land somewhere between an oven glove and a potholder - aiming to protect and serve. In the dining room they function nicely as an impromptu trivet. The red and white herringbone styling adds a fun pop of print...
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