Delicious decorative elements

Have you ever thought to decore you home with a donut or a biscuit?


Design and food: contamination

For some time now, the world of interior design, clothing and accessories has been contaminated by the gastronomic sector. Doughnuts and biscuits of various shapes and sizes have become soft and colorful pillows, decorating even t-shirts, shoes, mobile phones etc… The doughnut mania is now exploded, and even famous design and fashion companies have begun to reproduce these delicious sweets on any object.




Donuts: the origins

Whether you want to call them “donuts” or “pancakes”, donuts are the most iconic and beloved American dessert on the planet. The donut is a sweet pancake, originally from the United States of America and Canada. It is widespread in many countries and is prepared in various forms as a sweet snack that can be homemade or purchased in bakeries.
Doughnuts are usually whole fried from a flour dough, typically either shaped like a doughnut or without a hole, and often stuffed. Other types of batter can also be used, and for the different types various coatings and aromas are used, such as sugar, chocolate or maple icing. Doughnuts can also include water, yeast, eggs, milk, sugar, oil, edible fat, and natural or artificial flavors.




Donuts Mania!!

Everyone likes donuts, adults and children alike. Their bright and vibrant colors are able to give a touch of happiness and carefreeness to the environment. Ideal for the decoration of children’s rooms but also for bright living rooms and kitchens. The donut-shaped cushions come in a wide variety of colors, from the brightest to the most pastel colors, and sizes. Available in many e-commerce websites and gift shops, these popular accessories of the moment are slowly beginning to be designed by successful designers and stylists.








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