Six sleek new kitchen tools from Savora

by Terry B on January 16, 2013

Looking to add some quick cool to your kitchen? Okay, so maybe you’re not ready to pop for recycled glass countertops or subway tile backsplashes. But the new Savora line of reimagined kitchen tools can deliver some serious splashes of color and sleek design.

First sold exclusively in the UK, the Savora kitchen tools were introduced in the United States just last month by Lifetime Brands. Their design team strove to combine optimal functionality and the fluid contours and bold colors found in fashion, home furnishings and high-end automobiles.

The collection includes the can opener shown above, a garlic press, ice cream scoop, oil mister, rotary grater and peeler. each in eight rich colors. We test drove the can opener—in Indigo—and the peeler, in Citron. The can opener especially impressed us with its versatility. It also has a traditional bottle opener as well as an opener for plastic twist-off bottle caps.

The tools range in price from $9.99 for the peeler to $29.99 for the can opener. They’re available at retailers like Bloomingdale’s, Dillard’s and Gracious Home. They’re also available online at Savora, where you can see the whole line and range of colors.


{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Susie January 16, 2013 at 7:09 pm

Don’t you just want kitchen full of these beauties?

Terry B January 16, 2013 at 10:26 pm

Susie, they certainly bring some refreshing style to the tools we use every day.

Dani H January 17, 2013 at 2:38 am

oooooh! i NEED that oil mister in black….. okay, maybe not “need” but want it really badly! even though i’m in a rental apartment, since i’ve already been here five years i’ve decided to renovate the kitchen ~ new countertop appliances were brought by Santa and i’m getting ready to install shelves and pegboard as well as remove the upper cabinet doors. want to come help, Terry? {smile}

thanks for sharing!

Pat January 17, 2013 at 5:27 pm

Ooooh, me likey. I’d have a hard time picking a color though.

Terry B January 17, 2013 at 6:01 pm

Have fun with your kitchen remodeling, Dani!

Pat, I think mixing and matching would be fun with these. No need to settle on one color.

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