Tradition Reimagined is rooted in entertaining at home with thoughtfulness and creating memories together. It blends European tradition and modern design with ease for simple, elegant style. A concept brought to life by simple, beautiful design objects by Menu. Including glassware, textiles, servingware and candleholders, the collection form an assortment of beautiful objects and tools for creating rooms that people love to gather in.
I personally love to gather with family and friends and for those special occasions I often love to think about the table setting days on forehand. I might buy some new plates or napkins. Selecting food and drinks and looking forward to seeing everyone again. That said I can’t wait to see the collection with my own eyes and gather at the beautiful Menu space in Copenhagen again after the last years..
Menu introduces the Tradition Reimagined collection
One of the first things that caught my eye was the The Curiosity Cabinet, a beautiful and modern rendition of a timeless furniture piece. Carefully crafted in solid oak using traditional joinery techniques, it is made to store objects almost out of sight thanks to elegant reeded glass doors that gently blur the contents within.
Two internal shelves in oak veneer can be mounted at varying heights, leaving you ample room to store your favourite objects – from everyday dinnerware and office essentials to home textiles and even clothes. Elegant bronzed brass fittings underpin the handcrafted feel while making light work of opening and closing the cabinet doors. Available in pre-order and in stock mid july 2022
Graphium Tea Towel
Imagined in Denmark and crafted in Italy, the Graphium Tea Towel is a soft yet long lasting indispensable kitchen textile design made from cotton. Woven with sophisticated stripes that enhance the design, the absorbent tea towel is quick to dry.
Stoneware Tryptych Bowl
This bowl easily would fit in my webshop don’t you think? Crafted with a reactive glaze that gives each piece a unique expression according to where in the kiln it is placed when fired. It also makes a beautiful addition to spaces as a decorative object in its own right. Available in three different sizes, each in a different colour. The decorative, speckled surface of the bowl lends a nostalgic feel to an interior, reminiscent of prized find or heirloom object.
Plint in Sand Kunis Breccia
I simply love the black bowl on the new marble colour! Almost tempted to get a new countertop too! I introduced the Plint marble cubes 5 years ago on the blog and I simply love the latest colour: Sand Kunis Breccia, from Italy More about the Plinth kubis here
Images via Menu