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I like the idea of enamelware in the kitchen, but we don’t have a need for it as bakeware since we already have plenty of that. I thought instead that I’d pick up a few pieces from the new West Elm Market collection to use to organize different nooks in the kitchen. The pieces I got seemed nice enough, perhaps for their intended use in the oven, but there was something off about them on the countertops. And then when Andrew referred to them as The Chamber Pot collection I was indeed over the enamelware as a countertop thing. (I ended up settling on a small lacquer tray for the salt and peppers instead.)
That’s not to say that I’m not up for proper enamelware storage, though, like these guys here. I like the idea of the air-tight Acacia wood tops and the versatility of the enamelware base that is oven and dishwasher safe. We’d get a lot of use out of these for leftover storage and probably even more for lunch boxes of sorts. Right now we have these German glass containers that don’t really travel well. I can definitely see these packed with a nice big salad thrown into a baggu for a nice, and easily transportable, afternoon lunchie.
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