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In association with Blum.
Slim, elegant and real smooth movers, with Blum’s Legrabox drawers, you can kiss disorganisation goodbye. The award-winning system pairs perfectly with Blum’s ingenious Ambia-Line dividers, their diverse shapes and sizes giving you all kinds of scope for configuring storage that works for you. Tailored to match the drawers but able to be used universally, the Ambia-Line range offers a selection of versatile frames complete with sound-dampening soft-touch coating on a moulded cutlery insert. Stellar in the kitchen, they can be used anywhere you like, from bathroom to home office. Visit blum.com to find out more – because life can be a little messy, but your home doesn’t have to be.
ABOVE Ambia-Line cutlery and utensil dividers by Blum, blum.co.nz. Contact email@example.com. FROM TOP LEFT Hand-forged cheese knife, $25, and butter knife, $17, cittadesign.com. Ranch cutlery set by WMF, $629/24-piece, thestudio.co.nz. Hand-forged salad servers, $65, cittadesign.com. Cheese planer by Westmark, $24, fatherrabbit.com. Hand-forged salad server, $65/set, teaspoon, $14, pickle fork, $17, and condiment spoon, $17; Greenwich cutlery set, $179/16-piece, cittadesign.com. All other items stylist’s own.
Styling Leanne Moore
Photography Helen Bankers