From the boxes that dispense our tissues to the knobs that turn on our ovens… design is everywhere, yet the vast majority of it goes completely unnoticed. Some cite ‘invisibility’ as the hallmark of great design, but today we’re celebrating it’s opposite – design that takes the everyday and elevates it, demanding we stop, take notice and maybe even thrill for a moment before moving along, more nourished and inspired. By our metric, that is the measure of truly great design. We hope you enjoy!
The elegant walnut and maple Lena Rolling Pin by Tony Gaudette takes inspiration from the designer’s Italian-Canadian roots where good food and the art of living are central tenets of daily life.
Born of a collaboration between interior designer David Linley and chef Tom Aikens, The Harlequin rolling pin fuses solid cherry, sycamore, oak and walnut to create a stunning work of functional art. Similar available through Bed Bath & Beyond.
Beirut-based designer Stéphanie Moussallem elevates the mundane rolling pin to the level of sculpture with her Rouleaux collection…
Each piece of the line is entirely handmade using a lush array of materials including brass, marble, olive wood and more.
The Mangal rolling pin by Tahir Mahmood looks like a piece of sculpture, yet is designed to last a lifetime of use.
Created with ergonomics in mind, the Mahmood collection comes in a range of styles and colors, rendering them as visually tasty as the baked goods they help create.
The marble experts behind Nordstjerne combined their Scandinavian aesthetic with a penchant for the luxe to create this minimal/maximal Rolling Pin in rich green marble.
The ultimate baking accessory… a snowy white Marble Rolling Pin and Stand by the White Company.
And we wrap up with these gorgeous jade rolling pins by HAY, created in collaboration with Not-Another-Bill.