Why Just Brush By?
The dish brush isn't exactly known for being an exciting kitchen tool. Fortunately, this handmade holder is here to save it from being a real drip. Crafted by Arra David and Anne Johnson and their talented team, each dish brush holder is topped with a found beach stone and features a base made of salvaged granite. There's even a divot in the base to help hold your brush in place and catch any water that falls from freshly used bristles. Use it to keep your dish scrubber off the counter, or get creative and repurpose it for your other go-to brushes, like the ones you use for makeup, painting, or basting. Handmade in Windham, New Hampshire, the Granite State.
Due to the recycled and handmade nature of this item, each found beach stone is unique and granite color will vary.
We took a road trip to visit Anne and Arra in New Hampshire, where they welcomed us with hard cider and put us straight to work. See the whole story on our blog.