Clever Kitchen Accessories To Modernize Your Space

If you want to modernize your kitchen, start by adding to it a few clever and contemporary accessories. Some are really affordable and yet full of “personality” that will change the entire look of your room.

Consider, for example, the adorable Humpty Dumpty Salt & Pepper Shakers from Philippi. They look infinitely better than the containers you buy salt and pepper in at the store, and they are intelligently designed – because of their rounded bottoms they never topple, keeping their contents always inside. These shakers are cute yet practical, and by purchasing them you will add to your kitchen a piece that received the 2005 Winner of the Design Plus Award!

Humpty Dumpty Stainless Steel Salt & Pepper Shakers

To open bottles in style, consider adding the Suck UK Fridge Magnet Bottle Opener to your accessory collection. Also made of stainless steel, this piece sticks to your fridge with a strong non-scratch rubber magnet. Never again will you have to go through drawers searching for an opener. The job will be done by simply walking up to your fridge’s door. We promise you – it beats any corny decorative magnet!

 Suck UK Stainless Steel Fridge Magnet Bottle Opener

If your family uses toothpicks, keep them off the floor and out of that terrible flimsy box and place them instead in the OGGI Stainless Steel Toothpick Holder. A complete modern twist to storing toothpicks, the wave shaped opening of this holder offers you easy access without missing an inch of style.

Oggi Stainless Steel Toothpick Holder

These are simple, small, and affordable accessories that will nonetheless act like giants in giving your kitchen an updated and contemporary look.

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