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A Rainbow of Pepper Mills!

6 Jan

I have a bright red pepper mill from Anthropologie that I love.  However, after a few years of some serious cooking and a few chips in the lacquer it could use to be replaced.  I really like the Henrik Salt and Pepper Mill from Crate and Barrel right now, so that’s the likely replacement: far from bright red, but interesting for the shape alone.

From L to R, the Henrik, Jesper and Lizbet Salt and Pepper Mills from Crate and Barrel, each $40. These acacia wood mills were all originally designed by Jens Quistgaard, and are brought back from the Dansk International archives for a limited time. (images via Crate and Barrel)

Even though I’m leaning towards the natural mills above, you know that I love color and I would be remiss not to show you a rainbow of pepper mills as I navigate the world of colorful (or not) kitchen accessories.  Here are nine good ones, in all shades of deliciousness:

Red: Capstan Pepper Mill by T&G Woodware, about $50 (image via T&G Woodware), Pink: Pantone Crush Grind Mill, available at Amazon, about $25 (image via Amazon), Orange: Vic Firth Salt Mill in Electric Orange, about $35 (image via Food Network), Yellow: Vic Firth Yellow Pepper Mill, about $40 (image via Vic Firth), Light Green: Vic Firth Mario Batalli Pesto Pepper Mill, about $40 (image via Vic Firth), Dark Green: Chiasso Posh Grinders (set of 4 various colors), $38 (image via Chiasso), Sky Blue: Paderno Blue Pepper Mill, $25 (image via Paderno), Blue: Peugeot U-Select Lacquered Pepper Mill in Azure, $55 (image via Williams Sonoma Home), Purple: Galic Pumba Pepper Mill (image via Galic)

Pepper (or salt) mills are a great way to add some color to your kitchen on the cheap, and it’s fun and easy to start a collection of them.  Displayed or not, you’ll have fun knowing your pepper is coming from a beautiful gadget as opposed to an institutional shaker.  Enjoy the hunt, don’t be afraid to have more than one, and let me know if you find a great one!

Design consultations for all styles and budgets: JGB Interiors.

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2 Responses to “A Rainbow of Pepper Mills!”

  1. Erin Miles January 6, 2011 at 3:53 PM #

    Ohh- I want the red, the yellow and the orange! What else can I grind besides Salt and Pepper?

  2. Erin Miles January 6, 2011 at 6:49 PM #

    I change my mind I want the green spring loaded one.

    and the pink Patone one.

    Oh hell- just tell me where I can buy all of them.

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