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LAYDLE

Designer:  Wesley Chau, David Green

$13.00

This unique spoon rest helps maintain a tidy countertop by keeping your spoon close at hand while cooking. A spoon rest and ladle holder in one that folds up for compact storage. Laydle looks great on your kitchen counter or buffet table when in use, so go ahead and show off your skills in the kitchen.

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This unique spoon rest helps maintain a tidy countertop by keeping your spoon close at hand while cooking. A spoon rest and ladle holder in one that folds up for compact storage. Laydle looks great on your kitchen counter or buffet table when in use, so go ahead and show off your skills in the kitchen.

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Description
  • Stainless steel base with rubber ladle support.
  • When not in use it folds up for compact storage.
  • Wipe clean. Hand wash only.
  • Measures 4 L x 5.5 W x .50 H inch (10.16 L x13.97 W x 1.27 H cm).


ITEM NUMBER: 1008160-047
Wesley Chau

Wesley’s passion for designing products stemmed from a childhood in the arts. Growing up, much of Wesley’s time was spent solving problems by drawing or playing the...

Wesley’s passion for designing products stemmed from a childhood in the arts. Growing up, much of Wesley’s time was spent solving problems by drawing or playing the drums. He went on to pursue Industrial Design studies at the Rhode Island School of Design. His experience in school was heavily focused on user-centered design and applying design as a tool to facilitate imagination. Wesley values the intersection between art and design and believes that great design tells a compelling story. His work has been featured in numerous press channels including Fast Company and The Discovery Channel.

David Green

David’s approach to design begins with a hands-on curiosity and a thirst for discovering an unmet need. To him, design is not just a 9 to 5 job—walking through a new...

David’s approach to design begins with a hands-on curiosity and a thirst for discovering an unmet need. To him, design is not just a 9 to 5 job—walking through a new city, seeing a cool mechanism, touching an innovative material or taking in an art show can spark a new direction at any moment. David believes a good product has equal parts style and function so that people love to own it and never want to throw away.

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