Early trends from IHHS
By Laurence Pasquier

We share three trends we spotted at the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago yesterday, before the full trend analysis is released on …

Mar 09, 2015
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We share three trends we spotted at the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago yesterday, before the full trend analysis is released on the site next week.

Make Your Own:

All the possible accessories that allow the perfect reproduction of recipes from around the world are finally made available to the general public, in attracting materials and colours. This is influenced by our increasingly growing multicultural tastes, and our wish to own all of the right tools to remain faithful to each country’s traditional ways. The more we travel, the more we want to recreate the amazing flavours we tried abroad!

Brooklyn Brewshop

Fourneau

Easy Sushi

On the Go:

Our nomad lives ask for more and more portable objects and manufacturers are understanding this need for maximum flexibility. Kamenstein launches a silicone water bottle that can be rolled on itself when empty, while carry-on straps or bags for food containers are a key item at this season’s show.

Kamenstein

Fit & Fresh

Anchor

Colour Happy:

Kitchen utensils and accessories of all types take on bold colours, in iridescent or matte finishes. These range from small scale items to larger ones, from stirring spoons to coffee makers or dustbins.

Robinson Home Products

Hudson Home Group

Prascati

– Laurence Pasquier


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