Teak Cellar & Spoon
The teak-y, teak-y jar.
One spoonful? Or two? You can clearly see why this little canister might be voted “most popular” by the countertop committee. Fill it with sugar (turbinado for extra curb appeal) or stash loose-leaf tea, sea salt or anything else that you’ll be using by the spoonful. The smooth teak lid will keep everything fresh and that matching scoop? Too cute to keep undercover, we say.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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