Scandi-chic kitchenware

For effortlessly chic kitchenware, jump on the Scandi-wagon with honey-toned wooden accoutrements.

1 Maple chopping board, $179.50, from The Essential Ingredient.

2 Kaico enamel kettle, $219, from Ginkgo Leaf.

3 Field curved breadboard in natural beech, $107, from Hay.

4 Beech mini tongs, $1.95, from The Essential Ingredient.

5 House Doctor porcelain saucepans with wooden handles, $24.95 (small), and $39.95 (medium), from Telegram Co.

6 Normann Copenhagen trivet, $50, from Nordic Fusion.

7 Normann Copenhagen Craft salt mill in oak and marble, $215, from Top3 by Design.

8 Turari cups in cherry birch, $95 each, from Ginkgo Leaf.

9 Areaware coasters, $29.90 for a set of six, from Top3 by Design.

10 Beech coffee scoop, $3.95, from The Essential Ingredient.

11 Normann Copenhagen Craft oak mortar and marble pestle, $165, from Top3 by Design.

12 Rivsalt grater, board and salt, $89, from Nordic Fusion.


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