CHRISTMAS

Kinta has a unique Christmas decoration collection. The delicate capiz shell is used as a material in various ways. Raw capiz shell becomes a trim, in layered shell in the shape of  a tree or a pinecone. Also capiz shell soldered together creates stars or polygons. Table decoration and trims from laminated capiz is decorated with graphical pattern. Stars with marble effect are created from capiz pulp.

GOLD & RAW CAPIZ

Pearlised raw capiz trims with gold splashes. An astonishing combination, resulting in an elegant, warm and shiny effect. And still pure.

RESIDENCE

Our line of Residence products brings nature into the home. As if the table has been set in the wood. Shades of green dominate the painted wooden bowls, the candleholders and our capiz collection products, in fishbone and parsley pattern decoration. Lots of wood, occasionally with embossed or golden accents. New is our plates for snacks with separate room for the sauce to dip.

SPOONS & LAMPS

The new series of paper pulp lampshades in green tones in three variations. What interlinks them is the shape and the shining gold inside, which provide a truly warm-chic look. Also new are acacia spoons in different shapes and sizes each with a specific function: teaspoon, honey spoon, measure spoons and salad sets, the Cara series. And all to combine with Kinta’s wooden bowls, large and small.

WINTER GARDEN

WINTER GARDEN The winter garden collection, consisting mainly of paper and capiz pulp products, is dominated by grey and white tones, with a matte and colder but clear appearance. Nothing less than fairytale-like. The different products look heavy but are light as a feather. Striking newcomers are our lamp, vase and flowerpot of granite paper maché.

SILENCE

Winter landscape in the snow. No one illustrated this as serene as the Japanese artist Kawase Hasui (1883-1957). The new products in this Silence collection are simple and tranquil. They seem to have walked away from the houses that Hasui has drawn. With obvious Japanese influences, such as Kintsuki, painting lines on broken pottery, mysteriously in black, white, grey and “nude” shades. Balanced and serene.

MARBLE CERAMIC

Winter landscape in the snow. No one illustrated this as serene as the Japanese artist Kawase Hasui (1883-1957). The new products in this Silence collection are simple and tranquil. They seem to have walked away from the houses that Hasui has drawn. With obvious Japanese influences, such as Kintsuki, painting lines on broken pottery, mysteriously in black, white, grey and “nude” shades. Balanced and serene.

DEEP BLUE

Stunning blue tones are revealed in this collection: in our evening blue candleholders and two-tone blue bowls. Also in a blue-white marbled paper-maché vase and the new capiz series with blue decoration. A special collection of artistic products, delicate in all their irregularities.

Accompanied by our new light wood (gemilina) spoons.