The 10 Best bread bins
Whether you want to keep your loaf in an colourful tin or a melamine bin, we have the perfect kit for your kitchen.
Thursday 10 January 2013
This enamelled bread bin, accented with brushed stainless steel, is as cool as it gets. It has a magnetic door closure, side air vents and a stainless steel rack.
Part of the Casa kitchenware collection, which is available in both red and cream, this cheerfully retro bread bin is a great size and an even better price.
Combining beauty and functionality, the Gnam bread bin from Alessi is great for kitchens that favour curves over hard edges or for those looking for that extra bit of glamour.
Made from food-safe melamine, this bread bin boasts not only style but practicality: the beechwood lid doubles up as a cutting board with crumb-catching grooves.
No, this isn't a toaster, but it made you look twice, didn't it? The design makes for a fun take on a traditional bread bin. And it's nice and roomy as well.
This ceramic bread bin would look right at home in any country kitchen and has a real rustic charm. And there are matching sugar, tea and coffee canisters available.
Perfect for the more contemporary kitchen, this sleek bread bin easily houses two loaves. No need to worry about sticky fingers ruining the look – it's fingerprint proof.
Add a splash of colour to your kitchen with this cheery bread bin. It's just one of a matching range of kitchen goodies, including an apron, oven gloves and scales.
Minimalist meets rustic with this gorgeous bread bin made from exotic acacia wood. It's highly practical, too, since the lid doubles up as a bread board.
There's ample room in this retro bread bin to store at least a couple of loaves. Made of powder-coated steel with a chrome handle, it's ideal if you have a large family.
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