Simple Steel Bread Box
It’s a keeper.
The bread box may seem like a tool from yesteryear, and that’s because grandma was onto something. Though your loaves can hop in the freezer and defrost when it’s time for a slice, they’re happiest at room temp in a home of their very own. Not your grandmother’s bread box, this gem gets its modern looks from powder-coated steel. There’s a seal-tight magnetic closure, too, so it’ll keep all that extra air out. Oh, and since it’s got a flat top, it’s letting us stack other kitchen essentials up above (it’ll even hold up to 22 pounds—wow). Now, who’s up for sourdough?
Photography by Ty Mecham
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