MIDI folding crate - Ay-Kasa-Orange-The Woods Gallery
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MINI foldable crate - Ay-Kasa-Fuschia-The Woods Gallery
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9,00€
Green marbled rolling pin - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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Trine Andersen Fein Bottle Opener - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
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Sprinkle Enamel Black Enamel Utensil Jar - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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20,00€
George Sowden Sowden Toaster - Hay-Jaune-The Woods Gallery
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95,00€
Hourglass Time 3 minutes - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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Leo Sponge - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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15,00€ regular price 20,00€ On sale
Hexagon Stand roll holder by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
55,00€
Shane Schneck Dish Rack - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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25,00€ regular price 29,00€ On sale
George Sowden 1,5L Kettle - Hay-Brown-The Woods Gallery
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Toast Toaster by Gae Aulenti - Trabo-The Woods Gallery
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1 / How to organize your back kitchen with storage boxes?

Storage boxes are very practical to have a neat organization. They are of particular interest in the back kitchen, where there are many objects of all kinds. Here are our tips for having an impeccable kitchen! The idea is to use one box per category of food or stored objects. For example, use a crate for your fruits, one for your vegetables, being careful not to crush them between them; they risk maturing too quickly. Also plan a crate for everything pasta, rice, semolina, etc. Then use crates to store your drinks, and another to store your cans. For the storage of stocks of household products, you can proceed in the same way, as well as for the objects used for your table decorations. This way you won't waste time looking for something! It is not a "little kitchen equipment", but if you want to decorate it, think of the heart shaped vase by Seletti !

2 / How to choose your toaster?

The toaster is an essential piece of equipment to have in your kitchen, especially to prepare the good breakfasts that the French know well! Before investing in a toaster, several criteria must be taken into account. Dimensions: The number of slots and their width must be taken into account. If you're a large family, the classic two-slice toaster won't be enough; choose a toaster with 4 or even 6 slots to satisfy everyone. If you also want to toast waffles or bagels, choose a wide slot toaster. Power: The power of the device gives an indication of its quality. Ideally, it should be around 1000 W. Accessories: Find out about the different functions offered by certain devices; for example, some toasters are also used to defrost pastries. Design: The last criterion to take into account is obviously the design; now that you know your needs, choose a model that appeals to you. It's one of the first things you will see in the morning when you wake up! You now have all the keys in hand to choose the toaster that suits you!

3 / How to make a tawashi sponge yourself?

A tawashi sponge is a sponge of Japanese origin that is made from old clothes. His advantages ? Tawashi is more ecological and more economical! Indeed, the manufacture of a classic sponge is very energy intensive; in addition, tawashi is washable, you can keep it for many years, unlike a classic sponge which usually crumbles quite quickly. To make a tawashi, you will need a wooden board, nails, hammer, pencil, set square, scissors, and old clothes (leggings, socks, preferably cotton) . Follow these few steps. Step 1: You have to start by making a loom. To do this, draw a 16 cm square on your board. On each side, draw a line every two centimeters and hammer a nail into it; do not put any at the corners. Step 2: Cut 14 "tubes" of fabric of approximately 3 cm on each side, at the level of the legs of a leggings for example. You can cut tubes of several different colors. Step 3: Place half of the fabric strips on the loom, in the same direction. Then, to place the other bands, you have to do it in the other direction, passing the band above, then below, then above, etc. bands that are the other way around. Remember to alternate: the first strip starts by going above, the second starts by going below, the third starts by going above, and so on. Step 4: Remove a strip from one end of the nail; take the one that follows it on the same edge, and pass the second strip through the first, then the third through the second, until you have gone all the way around. For the last passage, remember to tighten the loop so that the tawashi does not come undone. And now, it's over !

4 / What material to choose for your cutting board?

The cutting board is an essential tool to have in your kitchen. Here are our tips for choosing the material that suits you. Wooden board: The advantage of having a wooden cutting board is that this material is porous, that is to say that it has small holes that allow water to pass through. Thus, the wood absorbs bacteria which eventually disappear completely; rather hygienic! Plastic board: Plastic cutting boards are very easy to wash since they are dishwasher safe; they are therefore very hygienic. They are also very strong. Be careful, however, to buy a good quality board. A low-end board is often made with toxic products; it could crumble and put particles on your food. Glass board: Glass boards are the most hygienic; in fact, they can withstand a very high washing temperature. But glass can damage your knives; this is why the latter must be regularly sharpened.

5 / How to choose your teapot?

The first teapots saw the light of day in China in the 15th century. It is used to infuse tea, keep it warm, and preserve its aromas. There is a great diversity in the models offered on the market; here's how to help you choose the best teapot for you. Classic or electric teapot? : Classic teapots, we must admit, have a certain charm! And this is the main reason why we could prefer them to electric teapots, which are however much more practical; with an electric teapot, it is possible to set the desired temperature and the brewing time. Convenient, isn't it? Which material to choose? : The materials most used in the manufacture of teapots are cast iron, porcelain, and stainless steel. The cast iron teapot is one of the oldest; it preserves the heat of the tea very well, and is resistant to bacteria. The porcelain teapot is synonymous with refinement; it has the advantage of not affecting the flavor of the tea. Finally, the main advantage of the stainless steel teapot is that it can withstand very high temperatures. What capacity for the tank? : The size of the tank will depend on your needs; If you are a large family or often receive tea-loving guests, opt for a large capacity teapot. Otherwise, no need to burden yourself further!

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