Countertop appliances and kitchen gadgets usually get put away after use. Not because they may look funky: while design is constantly in flux, the issue is usually available space. Yet, some everyday kitchen tools allow for perfect placement without a second thought. Topping that list might just be the teakettle. It looks at home when left out in the stovetop, and the easy functionality is always within handâ€™s reach. As long as youâ€™re going to leave the teakettle out, it might as well look good too.
The Demeyere Water Kettle features a quality construction in a classic design. With a five-ply conductive base, and a sleek stainless-steel appearance, the kettle is appropriate for any modern kitchen. The single-piece construction of the body is meant to last while the two available choices of 4.5-quart and 6.5-quart models offer something for every household. Thereâ€™s even a built-in strainer spout perfect for brewing loose-leaf teas.
With good looks and convenience to match, the kettle will fit right in on the stovetop. However, if you absolutely, positively need to store the kettle away, the lid does fold down for easy storage–but be warned, after a while the stovetop just won’t be the same without it.