Cookie Candle Holder / 49 eur

Availability: In stock

Designed by Ditte Buus Nielsen

Cookie Candle Holder fully lives up to its name with its soft, round and welcoming appearance. However, the attributes of the oak should not be underestimated as the heaviness of the wood makes sure it stands firm.

Details
Ash / Royal Blue
FSC 100%
ØxH: 12x3 cm
Item no. 1600931
Material and care
  • Proper usage and maintenance

    Proper usage and maintenance is vital for getting the most out of the valuable resources we have. Our designs are made to last for generations, but just like everything else, they need a little care to get there.

  • Stained Ash

    Origin
    Ash is commonly found in temperate regions in the northern hemisphere as well as in middle/northern US. The Skagerak ash comes from European forests.

    Why
    Ash is a light type of wood with a living structure. Its strength and durability make a good choice for indoor furniture and accessories. Ash is well-suited for staining since it does not botch, is easy to sand down and has a pale colour. As an open grain wood, Ash absorbs colour really well and leaves graphic traces of the natural texture visible on the surface.

    Cleaning
    Use a damp cloth and soapy water. Wipe with a dry cloth to ensure a spotless surface. If the pores of the wood should rise use a sandpaper (grit 120-150).

    Maintenance
    Dust it several times a week in order to maintain a clean surface and protect the finish from building up soil. Use a clean, lint-free, absorbent cloth for general dusting.

About the designer / Ditte Buus Nielsen

"That thing you have always needed. An overlooked object at a flea market that sparks your imagination. An interesting function that can be incorporated into alternative contexts." As a designer, Ditte Buus Nielsen is inspired by this sort of scenarios, and she prefers to work with her new ideas and products from start to finish. Ditte Buus Nielsen has an MSc in industrial design from Aalborg University. Along with the functional aspect, simple expressions that are drafted on paper and translated into miniature mock-ups are what trigger Ditte’s creative mind.