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NIFTY NEW LINES: Korean designer Kim Hyunjoo found inspiration from autumn leaves when she created the Fallen Leaf Tray.

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NIFTY NEW LINES: German brand Kahla's new range of porcelain, called Notes, allows kids and adults to write or draw on plates, cups and storage jars.

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NIFTY NEW LINES: Danish company QDO's Birdie String Nest is a nifty way to make tea, allowing the birdie to be immersed in hot water till tea is ready.

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ACCENT ON DESIGN: Eco Lines environmentally safe tableware

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ACCENT ON DESIGN: Cake Boss Bakeware

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ACCENT ON DESIGN: KitchenAid cook processor

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ACCENT ON DESIGN: Kaiser Creativ bakeware

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ACCENT ON DESIGN: Silit Quadro square-shaped pots and pans

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ACCENT ON DESIGN: Origamigeschirr, a range of tableware that is inspired from origami

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ACCENT ON DESIGN: The #FRESH_'knowledge fruitbowl' - which locks in freshness

Kitchen haven

The design-centric Ambiente trade fair in Frankfurt draws global buyers with its cutting-edge products.
Feb 28, 2015 5:50 AM

FOR those who love cooking, dining and hosting, going to the Ambiente trade fair is very much like entering an Aladdin's cave. There are halls and halls, 11 to be exact, with slightly more than 4,800 exhibitors from 94 countries showing off their newest products for the table, kitchen and home,

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