When was the final time you awoke to the perfect smell of bacon frying in the kitchen, lifted even greater by the aroma of a fresh pot of coffee brewing at the hands of somebody you adore? While the notions surrounding breakfast in bed are largely cuddly and romantic, there still exists a particular peril: acquiring breakfast all over the sheets, or worse still, the floor when, among the kitchen and bedroom, almost everything comes crashing down in transit. Nicely, thanks to a clever up-and-coming designer named Ryan Jongwoo Choi, those ever-so-precarious steps in between point A and point B just got a lot significantly less dicey. Choi’s magnetic serving tray makes use of kindergarten science, generally, to preserve the tray and its belongings together, saving each scrumptious morsel of that pristine omelet and that beloved cup of joe for its intended, waiting patiently under the covers for a morning meal. The concept is so brilliantly basic (and award-winning, for that matter it was a finalist for a Spark International Design and style Award), it tends to make us wonder why we didn’t feel of that. In reality, it’s feasible we’ve been also busy sleeping in and grabbing our breakfast on the go to lounge around, considering up suggestions like these over cereal. Perhaps there’s one thing to be discovered from Choi’s nearly childlike ingenuity. Either way, we’re firm believers that the very first meal of the day is a solid 30 percent a lot more scrumptious when enjoyed just before our feet have even hit the floor, so we can’t wait until the day this clever tray is obtainable for sale. We’ll take two, in reality.
Photo credits: Ryan Jongwoo Choi
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