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capsule couleur


another delightful new collection i spotted at home london last week were these beautiful tea and coffee cups from japanese brand kinto. i’ve long been a fan of kinto’s clean, fuss-free aesthetic and the new couleur range mixes modern form with traditional japanese design, including a strainer-less teapot with a small porcelain colander covering the spout to strain the tea as you pour – fab idea!

i also loved the column compact coffee dripper set with stainless steel mesh filter, capsule water carafe and quirky neigbors teacup and saucer set, that can also double as storage canister. stylish design that’s highly functional – what more could you want?

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