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This Stylish Bread Box Is So Popular It Sold Out — But It’s Back in Stock Right Now

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Bread boxes are great for keeping your loaves fresh and soft — but unfortunately, they take up a lot of counter space. Not to mention, they’re not always the prettiest to look at; it’s tough make a rectangular box blend in with your kitchen decor! That’s why we’re swooning over this modern bread box from Yamazaki Home. This bread box is so popular that it sold out — but luckily for you, it’s now back in stock.

The Tosca Bread Box is such a perfect combination of functionality and design, we’re surprised it took so long for modern society to nail it! At a little over 14x16x9, it’s large enough to hold a couple of loaves and all of your favorite spreads. But! It’s not so bulky that it’ll crowd your other countertop appliances. Reviewers regularly praise it for its ample space (“Large enough for all our carbs!”) says one. 

Plus, the top is flat and wide enough to double as storage (it can hold up to 22 pounds — that’s an entire toaster oven!). The Tosca box really cuts down on clutter; one customer noted that there’s even enough room for their coffee-making tools.

Like all of Yamazaki’s Japanese-designed products, this one is understated and lovely. It’s made from steel with a bright white varnish, and a simple ash wood handle, and will mesh seamlessly to just about any style, from farmhouse to mid-century mod. As one commenter noted, the crisp white color “adds a brightness to the kitchen.” Clever design elements are added to ensure it truly keeps bread fresh, such as a magnet closure on the door.

It’s $100 price tag is worth the investment — ”Should last decades,” wrote one reviewer. We’d happily invest in this brilliantly minimalistic countertop storage. Do it for the bread

Rochelle Bilow

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Rochelle Bilow is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute, the former social media manager at Bon Appétit Magazine and Cooking Light Magazine. She has also worked as a cook on a small farm in Central New York, and a Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City. Connect with her @rochellebilow.

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