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The PAVARA sink tidy: Redefining The Way To Store Kitchen Clutter
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By: PAVARA Ltd
Redefining the way to store kitchen clutter
Sunita Gill, creates the first ever rotating sink tidy that conceals the contents unlike conventional products on the market, that only act as holding containers. This stylish kitchen accessory reveals its contents at the touch of a button and with its gloss finish, matches the aesthetics of a modern kitchen. Sunita is launching on Kickstarter, the online crowdfunding website with the aim of producing the first production batch by the fourth quarter of 2015.
Sunita Gill, a mother of two, believes she has come up with the ideal solution to kitchen clutter thanks to a new sink tidy which she has created.
She said: “My idea was born just over two years ago whilst designing our kitchen layout. I wanted everything to have its place in the kitchen and spent time planning where each and everything would go. All of my utensils, cookware and kitchen equipment were hygienically, safely and beautifully stored away, but still within easy access; however, I found that there was nothing on the market to store the things that we use most frequently in the kitchen, such as washing up liquid, hand soap and sponges. This was not only potentially unhygienic, but also didn’t fit with the aesthetic that I had spent so long trying to achieve for my kitchen. I wanted to create a design solution for this problem, and so I have worked extensively with a talented product design team (D2M Innovation (http://www.design2market.co.uk/
The surface is made from polished steel and is currently available in either black or white gloss, which will suit most kitchens as either a contrasting or matching shade.
The unique rotational spring system makes all essential items available at the touch of a button making it easy to access everything and when you are finished you simply turn it back around to match the kitchen.
It has a drainage system for wet sponges to remove excess water and prevent limescale build up, as well as germs. The drainage plate and tray are both removable and dishwasher safe.
She added: “I am thrilled to have filed the patent and registered its design so that I can now make the first batch and bring it to the market.”
PAVARA will be launching on Kickstarter on April 20th 2015.
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