Design at Home
represents mono and POTTdesigns in the UK with its respective German design-led products for the home. Each brand has a distinctive quality and you can be rest assured that the products are made using traditional methods to exacting high standards of quality and finish.
CUTLERY COMBINING FORM AND FUNCTION
For cutlery that combines real form with superb function and full design credentials, you will find all that you need to make a statement at your table. mono, with its timeless designs, manufactures ranges first designed in the 50s that are as contemporary today as they must have been ground-breaking then. Design at Home
has ensured that products are shown off to their best with superb images that you can enlarge as well. The mono zeug range is inspired by Neanderthal man, cleverly combining ancient tools with the avant-garde.
POTT cutlery is a touch more traditional, beautiful to hold and has a real sense of purpose. Both mono and POTT have a children's range too so that they don't have to mis out on design at the table. For the kitchen, Carolyn Hart of the Saturday Telegraph highly recommends the POTT Parmesan knife naming it the 'Porsche of cheese knives.' For the oyster season, the elegant Marisco chucker makes light of the task and you can also buy oyster gloves online
with stainless steel links that protect hands from accidental slips.
TRANSFORMING EVERYDAY OBJECTS
Design at Home
also stocks an unusual selection of funky home accessories
. Transform a glass into a vase with the mono conglas, a stainless steel disc that sits on top of a glass through which you place a flower stem. Or bring elegance to the table with Gorgeous Helen from Anke & Katrin at Dekoop. Put a tealight in a vase and the shade made from parchment sits atop, casting a warm glow.
The mono fruit and nut trio is for those that enjoy the simple pleasures of peeling an orange, slicing an apple and cracking open a walnut using implements of gallery standard quality.
These are gifts for people that admire design but also expect exceptional function.