We’ve been following furniture and interior design studio Woodchuck for a while. Its founders—woodworker Rutger de Ruiter and stylist Tinta Luhrman—have a knack for creating pieces that feel at once humble and clever. One of our favorite designs from the Netherlands-based couple is a built-in wooden pocket that runs along the back edge of their kitchen counter; they use the slim trough to store plates, cutting boards, and, near the sink, soaps and cleaning products. It’s essentially a catchall for their kitchen counter.
Photography courtesy of Woodchuck.
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