New Year New Start
Right. Time to get serious. Fresh fruit, low fat home cooking, early morning bike rides. Absolutely NO MORE CHOCOLATE. Well....until Easter at least.....
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New Year New Start by Livingetc
Bold pots and pans are a great way to liven up a contemporary all-white kitchen.
La Cocotte casserole dish in Teal, diam26cm, £218, Staub at Anthropologie. Enamel saucepan in Red, £45, Labour and Wait. Red-handled sauté pan, £45; Red-handled frying pan, £35; both The Conran Shop. La Cocotte pot in Cherry, £19.50, Staub at Toast. Magnetic timer in Orange, £10, Anthropologie.
Looking for more ways to add colour to the kitchen? Browse our kitchen channel page for hundreds of modern, country and traditional ideas. Plus, check out our top 10 kitchen colour schemes.
More alien invader than kitchen utensil, the Juicy Salif was designed in 1990 and was one of the first of Philippe Starck's many projects for Alessi. Not that it's what Alessi asked for? The original commission was for a stainless-steel tray.
The story goes that the renegade Starck was eating a plate of squid and squeezing lemon over it; he doodled a few shapes on a napkin and sent it to the Alessi designers who, fortunately, had the vision to go with it.
The result is a beautiful statement piece that commentators agree marked a shift away from back-to-basics Modernism towards more fanciful design, and achieved the seemingly impossible feat of giving the humble lemon squeezer a place in design history.
Lemon squeezer, £40 from Alessi
Fair-weather juicers will appreciate this snazzy little model that's just begging to take centre stage in a modern kitchen-diner.
Available in four stylish colours, this juicer may be more about style over substance, but it's modern take on a classic design will still leave your cup running over with delicious juice.
And its modest price tag will leave you with some pennies left over for some other kitchen shopping treats!
Bistro Electric Juicer, £52.90, Bodum
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