Discover how this tactile material can be used for everything from lighting to furniture and tableware in the kitchen
Until recently we didn't realise just how useful and trendy cork could be. When you think of this material it may take you back to the 70s, however it has made a comeback and in a stylish way. It's a great material to use in the kitchen because not only is it durable and easy to clean, it also has eco credentials too.
Not only is a cork board a great addition to a kitchen wall for pinning shoppings lists, notes or receipts but we're enjoying seeing how cork is being used in more inventive ways, for example in furniture and lighting design. Here's a few items we have been loving recently:
Shown from top to bottom and left to right: Vance place mats, £8 for a set of four and Tableware, from a selection, all Habitat; Navy ceramic vase, £61; White soap dispenser, £31, Bloomingville; Vitra cork side tables, £324 each, Amara; Grow clock by Splinter Designs, £72, Clippings.com
Article by: EKBB