Who would have thought that a coffee and tea jug would be creating such a storm, but this is like no other – feast your eyes on the EM77 Vacuum Jug. It has given the jug as we know it a complete overhaul and won numerous design awards in the process. Made by Stelton in Denmark, the jugs are an icon from the 1970s but reinvented today with new finishes and colours. With bloggers and the fashion set now fuelling the hype, it is fast becoming a design classic that will be a staple of the modern kitchen.
In a world of boring kitchen equipment, this jug is a burst of colour and is all about the streamlined shape – a coffee and tea jug that really lives up to design expectations. The Stelton team are passionate about Scandinavian design philosophy and want to give their customers good design to enrich their lifestyle.
Originally belonging to the collection named Cylinda Line – a name that pays homage to its form – the EM77 Jug was designed and created by Erik Magnussen. The unique ‘rocker stopper’ helped it to become one of Stelton’s best-selling designs with its iconic black top, which can now also be screwed to transport liquids easily. Now the vacuum jug has a new surface with an elegant soft shade of black, which softens the beautiful, compact design concept.
The jug holds 1 litre of liquid and could be a great addition to the office as well as at home for your morning coffee fix. With 16 colours to choose from, it would be the perfect Spring addition to your homeware collection.
Not only providing tea and coffee jugs, Stelton’s extensive homeware collection has been updated to create timeless classics. You can peruse their tantalising collection at Stelton
Image credits: Stelton
Tags: EM77 Jug, kitchen accessories, Nordic Home
Words are my thing, and so are great designs. Based in the UK, and since graduating in English Lit, I try as much as possible to read everything to do with design, culture and style. Since travelling to Norway and Denmark a handful of times, I have become besotted with Scandinavian style and design.
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