Let’s sweep together: Anna Dorfman.

A few months ago, while ogling this kitchen and everything in it, I started thinking about brooms and dustpans — something I’ve always relegated to a closet, but which can look beautiful on display. Since then, I’ve been bookmarking loads of them! Somehow the plastic dollar store set I have hidden behind the dog food just isn’t any fun to use anymore.

Here’s a collection of my favorite brooms and dustpans. Some are perfect for keeping next to the counter for sweeping up crumbs, and other are more suited for cleaning up spills on the floor. Either way, I’m getting sweepy…

— Anna Dorfman of Door Sixteen

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Sweep with me: 1. Pink Dustpan & Broom, Normann Copenhagen 2. Dutch Brush, Brookfarm General Store 3. Sweeper & Dustpan, Jan Kochański 4. Wood Handled Dustpan, Brookfarm General Store 5. Broom & Dustpan, West Elm 6. Dustbin, Brendan Ravenhill 7. Garden Dustpan & Broom, Brookfarm General Store 8. Swedish Brush & Dustpan, Iris Hantwerk 9. Dustpan & Brush, Iris Hantwerk.

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9 Responses to “Let’s sweep together: Anna Dorfman.”
  1. Amanda says:

    Really cute <3

  2. oh yeah, I’m all about well designed cleaning products. anything to make chores feel a little more fun.

  3. barclay says:

    is there anyway to buy #3??

  4. Olga says:

    I have #4, and though it looks good it is absolutely awful in doing its job. The crumbs slide right back off it on the floor, it is really frustrating. So I’m back to using my cheap Ikea one for now:(

  5. Agnieszka says:

    How about this Forest Fine Pine?
    http://toildrop.com/2013/02/forest-fine-pine/

    or maybe the Japanese Broom Kake Tosaka:
    http://toildrop.com/2011/04/broom-kake-tosaka/

    both are made from natural materials.. im in love!

  6. Sarah says:

    very cool!

  7. When she had exhausted a torrent of such inquiries, she threw a candlestick at Joe, burst into a loud sobbing, got out the dustpan – which was always a very bad sign – put on her coarse apron, and began cleaning up to a terrible extent.

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