‘Design Your Bin’ Brabantia limited edition winning designs | Pop Kitchen Dominic Marshall | Kitchen Collage Emily Pickle

Pop Kitchen by BrabantiaWe are delighted to announce that the winning designs of our ‘Design Your Bin’ competition are now available to buy as part of our 2013 Retro Bin range.

The ‘Design Your Bin’ competition was launched last year and received over 1,000 creative designs from all over the world. Entrants were tasked with creating a new design for Brabantia’s 30 litre Retro Bin range. The winning designs ‘Pop Kitchen’ and ‘Kitchen Collage’ will add a personal touch to your kitchen and are now for sale as part of a limited edition collection.

Dominic Marshall from Staffordshire is the winning designer behind ‘Pop Kitchen’. Trained as a ceramic designer he now works as a freelance surface pattern designer and lectures at Staffordshire University on the Surface Pattern degree course.

The contemporary graphic style of ‘Pop Kitchen’ is a celebration of ordinary household Brabantia Kitchen Collage Retro Binobjects, interior space and colour, illustrating one of the key areas in the home.

Surface pattern and textile designer Kate Yorke from Derbyshire was named joint winner with her ‘Kitchen Collage’ design, an eye-catching patchwork of patterns inspired by kitchen gadgets and utensils. Nostalgic with a contemporary twist, the palette of red, blue and white will create a warm and inviting touch to kitchens.

Both 30 litre Retro Bins have a plastic inner bucket, sturdy body, foldaway grip to move the bin around and brilliant steel domed high-tech MotionControl Whisper Lid, for easy and silent opening and closing. Retro Bins are covered by a 10 year guarantee.

If you’re interested in buying any Brabantia products online we have the full assortment here. Don’t forget to ‘Like’ us on Facebook and we can answer any questions on Twitter too @Brabantialife.

 

 

‘Design Your Bin’ Brabantia limited edition winning designs | Pop Kitchen Dominic Marshall | Kitchen Collage Emily Pickle was last modified: October 2nd, 2015 by Aime