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The Minimalist Kitchen Edit + Giveaway

Giveaway

TODAY we share a little collaboration we have been working on with Miele!

To celebrate the launch of Miele’s new ArtLine series of kitchen appliances, we’ve brought together a carefully selected edit of modern, minimalist kitchen accessories, guaranteed to bring a sense of simplicity, style and order to any Australian kitchen!

Enter today to WIN a $1,500 Miele online store gift voucher, along with a selection of kitchen accessories from some of our favourite kitchenware brands and local retailers.

 

13th April, 2017

Sleek and streamlined, the Miele Artline series is strikingly minimal – not a handle in sight! Photo courtesy of Miele.

Our Minimalist Kitchenware Edit – (Left to right) Eli Small Dip Bowl from Country Road ($9.95), Iittala Sarpaneva cast iron casserole with wooden handle from Top3 by Design ($349.00), Hasami Porcelain Creamer from Third Drawer Down ($45.00), Stelton Rig Tig Sweep It Dustpan and Broom from Make Designed Objects ($59.95), Hario Buono Kettle from Minami ($70.00), Alfredo Pepper Grinder Tall by Georg Jensen ($98.00), and Sori Yanagi Cast Iron Mini Pan from Cibi ($75.00). Prop sourcing – Nat Turnbull. Styling – Lucy Feagins.  Photo – Eve Wilson.

Our Minimalist Kitchenware Edit – (Left to right) Stelton Rig Tig Dishy Dish Rack Grey from Make Designed Objects($109.95), Canvas Ceramic Plates by Robert Gordon, Striber Tumbler Glass from set of 4 from Country Road ($44.95), Normann Copenhagen Meta Bowl in 24cm black from Make Designed Objects ($139.95), Normann Copenhagen Teastrainer in black from Make Designed Objects ($39.95), Normann Copenhagen Geo Vacuum Flask in black from Make Designed Objects ($129.95), Normann Copenhagen Geo Milk Jug in black from Make Designed Objects ($22.95). Prop sourcing – Nat Turnbull. Styling – Lucy Feagins.  Photo – Eve Wilson.

 

Miele’s latest built-in cooking appliance range, the ArtLine series, demonstrates Miele’s commitment to innovation in design. Photo courtesy of Miele.

Our Minimalist Kitchenware Edit – (Left to right) 100% Linen Teatowel by Mr Draper ($25.00), Stelton Collar Milk Jug from Top3 by Design ($114.90), Hay Porter paper towel Rack from CULT and Hay Shop Sydney ($99.00), Indeco wooden Cheese Knife in Native Olive from Make Designed Objects ($14.95), Hay Rhom Trivet Light in grey from CULT and Hay Shop Sydney ($43.00), Arlo Medium Glass Canister with timber lid from Country Road ($29.95), and Hasami Block Mug from Minami ($27.00). Prop sourcing – Nat Turnbull. Styling – Lucy Feagins.  Photo – Eve Wilson.

Our Minimalist Kitchenware Edit – (Left to right) Normann Copenhagen Meta Dish in 16cm black from Make Designed Objects ($49.95), Hay Time egg timer in grey from CULT and Hay Shop Sydney ($64.00), Club Drink Set piece from Top 3 by Design ($75.90), Hay Cap Bottle Opener from CULT and Hay Shop Sydney ($30.00), Urquiola Pitcher 1.7l Ss Pvd by Georg Jensen ($375.00), Club Drink Set piece from Top 3 by Design ($75.90), Hay Colour Glass White Wine black lines from CULT and Hay Shop Sydney ($54.00), Arlo Medium Glass Canister (without lid) from Country Road ($29.95), and Club Drink Set piece from Top 3 by Design ($75.90). Prop sourcing – Nat Turnbull. Styling – Lucy Feagins.  Photo – Eve Wilson.

Our Minimalist Kitchenware Edit – (Left to right) Canvas Ceramic Plates and bowls by Robert Gordon, Barbry Salt and Pepper by Georg Jensen ($95.00), Olsen Salt and Pepper Grinder in black from Country Road ($49.95), handcrafted pot and spoon by Wingnut and Co ($120.00), Sori Yanagi cast iron saucepan with lid from Meatsmith ($265.00), 100% Linen Teatowel by Mr Draper ($25.00), Cutipol spoon and fork from Francalia ($15.90 each), and Indeco Ladle in small 35ml from Make Designed Objects ($64.95). Prop sourcing – Nat Turnbull. Styling – Lucy Feagins.  Photo – Eve Wilson.

In all the homes we shoot, we find ourselves magnetically drawn to a great kitchen. After all, the kitchen is the heart of the home – a busy, functional space that facilitates all manner of daily activities, from a speedy Monday morning breakfast, to messy after school snacks, to a long, slow cooked weekend lunch. Here, more than any other room in the house, things really have to work.

Great design is about a perfect balance of form and function. That fine balance, more often than not, isn’t achieved by adding bells and whistles, but by paring back. Simplifying. Stripping a design back to its bare essentials. (Yes, Steve Jobs was onto something).

It is this sentiment which has inspired the new ArtLine series from Miele. This supremely understated range, consisting of an Oven, Speed Oven, Steam Combination Oven and Warming Drawer, showcases modern minimalism at its best…. without a handle in sight!  Instead, the oven appliances open at the lightest touch.

To celebrate the launch of Miele’s new ArtLine series, we’re giving one reader thechance to win a $1,500 Miele online store gift voucher, along with a selection of kitchen accessories featured in this shoot!

The Minimalist Kitchen Edit Prizepool:

$1,500 Miele online store gift voucher

Normann Copenhagen Meta Bowl 24cm black ($139.95) from Make Designed Objects

3 x Linen Teatowels in Autumn, Midnight Blue and Cloud ($25.00 each) by Mr Draper.

Hasami Block Mug ($27.00) from Minami.

Hasami Porcelain Creamer ($45.00) from Third Drawer Down.

Urquiola Pitcher 1.7l Ss Pvd ($375.00) by Georg Jensen.

Club Drink Set ($75.90) from Top 3 by Design.

Handcrafted ceramic pot and spoon ($120.00) by Wingnut and Co.

Sori Yanagi cast iron saucepan with lid ($265.00) from Meatsmith.

Cutipol spoon and fork from ($15.90 each) + Salad Servers from Francalia.

TO ENTER, in 120 words or less, please describe your dream kitchen – minimalist or not!

Leave your comment either in the comments below, OR over on our Instagrampost today, and follow @mieleaustralia to be in the running to win! Please also include your postcode.

This competition is open until 5.00pm next Wednesday 19th April.

One winner will be selected and contacted via email or Instagram by 5.00pm next Friday 21st April (if you enter via Instagram please ensure you have a public profile so we can contact you!).­­­­

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