Too Hot to Handle: The utilitarian table trivet doubles as modern art. by Kara Butterfield. September 01, 2015.
Check out Boston Magazine's "Perfect Ten" picks of stylish table trivets.
1. Objecthood “Land’s End” brass trivet, $112, Suite NY.
2. Saikai “Star” brass trivet, $95, Lekker.
3. “Pinwheel” brass-and-cork trivet, $140, Form Fwrd.
4. Adam Goodrum “Timber” oak trivet, $33, Normann Copenhagen.
6. Walnut trivet tray, $52, Joinery.
7. Tom Dixon “Bone” brass trivet, $220, Suite NY.
8. Dror Benshetrit for Alessi “Try It” stainless steel trivet, $112, Didriks.
10. Gabriele Chiave for Alessi “Tripod” chrome-plated-alloy trivet, $56, Didriks.
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