Furniture and product designer Robyn Lukhas an eye for blending functionality with elements that are outside of the box. She's created a whimsical bread-inspired step stool that doubles as a serving board for antipasti.
The stepping stool looks just like a loaf of freshly baked bread but the first ''slice'' detaches and is meant to be used as a bread board. On her Behance profile, Luk says she got the idea for the stool after ''looking at current step stools on the market and dreaming about stepping on a loaf of bread.''
The whole set comes wrapped in a lovely checkered cloth and never gets moldy...unlike the real thing.
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