Add color to your kitchen with these cheerful tea towels. The Index collection by Raw Color consists of three color series, and each of them features monotone, duotone, and multitone shades. Check price and availability
The new Eva Solo‘s grill brush can neatly rest on the rim of the container thanks to its side knob. The brush is made of silicone, and the beaker is made of food-safe plastic. Check price and availability
Three cutting boards, each intended for different types of food, nest inside a stylish holder that can be used as a tray for waste or for the chopped pieces. The set is designed by Jens Fager for RIG-TIG, the new brand of modern kitchenware by Stelton. Check price and availability
Brrrrr Polar Bear is a clever ice tray. Made of food-safe polyethylene, it doesn’t absorb odors from the freezer and is super easy to fill and empty without touching the ice or scattering the cubes on the countertop. Design by Black+Blum. Check price and availability
I’m not sure if an avid cook would approve only four measuring spoons (instead of the standard six), but this tool is a good-looking space saver I’d love to have in my kitchen. Made of BPA-free silicone, it’s designed by Jordan Murphy for Umbra. Check price and availability
It’s not so often that I come across an impressive tea towel, so this one deserves the mention. It’s part of the FEST Collection by textile designer and stylist Mae Engelgeer, and is developed at the Textile Museum in Tilburg, the Netherlands.