This stylish Collar set was designed by Italian designers Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri for renowned Danish brand Stelton. Thus, it comes as no surprise that the products feature Scandinavian minimalism infused with plenty of Italian style. A marriage of simplicity and efficiency via clever design. The set encourage users to not only rediscover the pleasure of the coffee making ritual, but to also enjoy brewing a good cup of joe, each and every morning.

Made by coffee lovers for coffee lovers, the set features a coffee grinder, espresso maker, milk jug, and sugar bowl. The Nordic aesthetic blends with contemporary design. The products feature elegant matte black surfaces, warm oak wood handles, and modern Teflon coated steel as well as light golden brass. A balance between sharp angles and simple curves also give the set a chic look. It’s a design that can enhance the appearance of any modern kitchen. Part of Stelton’s A/W 2016 collection, the Collar set will be available online and in stores starting from September 2016. Images courtesy of Stelton.

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