What can you do in the kitchen with KalaMitica?
Much more than one could guess!
Our likeable magnetic pot can indeed, not only bring some colour and cheerfulness to the house, but also being very practical: if you place it in the right spot, you will easily have everything at hand.
Furthermore, with the new line KalaMitica Home, equipped of apposite lid and without the inner magnet, you can exploit the pots to preserve foodstuffs.
The “boule” in the kitchen has several implementations, and you can make it a little trendier with a bottle of good wine in it.
We, as authentic Venetians, recommend Prosecco but you can naturally place whatever you like most, even Champagne!
Or, simply, a bottle of water.
If you like cultivating aromatic plants, you can try doing it with KalaMitica magnetic pots, maybe placing them near the cooking surface so you will always have them at hand.
Be sure that they are in an enlightened spot though; otherwise you can opt for tillandsias or succulent plants, they will not be of much need while cooking, but there is no doubt they can make the kitchen a little more enjoyable.
The way of spices
Food that must stay indoors
Pasta, biscuits, coffee, sugar and everything else. With Kalamitica Home you will have them at hand and at wall range! This new line of pots is coming soon and, a part from being practical,
it is good-looking and lively, useful to improve environments, bringing elegance and style.
Thanks to its special transparent variety, you will be able to organize a splendid visible pantry, allowing you to constantly keep an eye at the storages. KalaMitica Home’s lid will on the other hand preserve groceries’ aromas.
This is not only a convenient solution, but also a stable one: KalaMitica Home can be hung on metal supports through its strong magnet, or straight on the wall, thanks to a very small mortise and two screws.
Make space for your creativity and relax! KalaMitica’s magnet has been studied to be strong enough to support many different-weight items.
What about you? Do you use KalaMitica Home in the kitchen? Have you had different ideas? Please share with us right here with a comment, or on our Facebook page.