When planning the perfect picnic, every little detail counts. You have to consider the location, temperature requirements for food and beverages and remember to pack the right utensils. Of course, one more thing matters: your picnic basket.
Australian designer Peichun Lee had the refreshing idea of giving old-fashioned wooden picnic baskets a sleek makeover. His colorful PiqueNique baskets are compact, rectangular in shape and made of plastic. They look more like small suitcases than anything else.
Each one contains an array of plastic utensils, including collapsable cups and sectioned plates. The ultra mod picnic baskets come in three different sizes and colors.
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