The Typhoon Ripple Tea Coffee Sugar set features enamel colour coated steel canisters with bamboo lids. The lids have an airtight silicone seal to ensure the contents are kept fresh. The ripple effect on the outer body of the canisters gives a stylish twist on this kitchen essential and the matt satin finish enamel looks super trendy and sophisticated. Each canister has 1.25 litre capacity and is 170mm high by 110mm diameter.
The Typhoon Ripple range is a wonderful range of stylish kitchen storage solutions, including bread bins, tea, coffee and sugar canisters, utensil pots and storage tins that can be used for biscuits, dried food products or whatever takes your fancy.
The name Ripple derives from the ripple effect on the exterior of the Tea Coffee Sugar set, and brings about connotations of rippling water or the ripple effect you may see in a product made from natural substances such as clay or stone. The stone or slate colours only add to the nature inspired vibe, and this combined with wooden lids brings the outside in, and makes for a really subtle but quality, natural look.
Despite its down to earth nature, the Typhoon Ripple Tea Coffee Sugar set is actually very contemporary in its design and function. The matt satin finish and rippled exteriors look and feel like nature’s work but in actual fact, are crafted from tough steel with an enamel colour coating, which will stand the test of time and is lightweight and practical. The lids are produced from a natural bamboo, but feature an airtight lid to keep the produce inside fresh, and the designs are functional and ergonomic.
The Typhoon Ripple range is super trendy right now with its dark blue slate meets neutral stone and wood colouring, but the likelihood is, this range will outlast current trends and keep its stylish edge for years to come. Subtle and neutral enough to blend in with any theme, yet stylish enough to complement traditional or modern decor, the Ripple range is the perfect way to add style to your kitchen, to bring the outdoors in, whilst also doing what it was originally intended to do – to organise your kitchen and keep everything fresh.