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Seasoning Shakers for All Four Season(ing)s

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I don’t have many spices in my kitchen cupboards, but I might start carrying more if I had these quirky plastic spice containers by Qualy that double as snow (or rather, spice) globes.

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It’s a fun idea and I wonder why somebody didn’t come up with it sooner. Of course, they’re not very good for organization since there’s no space to label your spices. If you’re the forgetful type, then you’ll probably have to taste the spices in each jar every once in a while to figure out which is which. Designer Teerachai Suppametheekulwat’s concept itself is adorkably cute, and gives you free rein to have a little fun with your spices.

Fill the Christmas tree and polar bear jars with sugar and salt, while some granulated garlic might look good with the cactus since it could pass of as (extremely pungent) sand. I’m not sure what would go well with the bunny, camel, and dormant tree, but I’m sure you’ll find a relevant spice to add to each if you’ve got a lot of them in your inventory.

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Qualy is based in Thailand, but you can get the shakers with the trees over at the MoMA Store for $39 (USD) – or $35.10 if you’re a member. I’m not sure where you can get the animal series though.

[via Core77]



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