Thout has been featured on a few blogs but I seem to have missed them until I started reading my new copy of Canadian House and Home where they are featured. Being a Canadian firm, I had to give them a shout out, because of that fact and after checking out their website, I was so impressed at the creativity of this group.
“Based in Toronto, Upper Canada, Thout is a loose group of designers formed by Patrick Turner. Thout is named after the Turner family cabin, built in the 1900’s without running water or electricity. Thout is a place where needs are met with simplicity, clarity and honesty. Our products are created in the same way.”
|A useful wall tile for storing all sorts of odds and ends, like kitchen utensils.||A useful tile for storing everything from spices to fruit to condiments.|
|A useful tile for storing your utensils in a fun and space saving way.||This lamp is formed by a single cloth-sheathed cord wrapped around a skeleton.|
|This lamp is formed by a single cloth-sheathed cord threaded through a punctured frame.||A useful tile for hanging up all those coats that clutter your front door.|
|One of the coolest tables I’ve ever seen.||“Cedar stumps are made lighter when pierced with holes that look as though they could have been made by a giant worm. Holes can store beer, if required.” This is quoted from the site, making it my favourite item here.|