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Explore - Ceramics
George Nelson might be best known for his Ball clock, but our man of the hour also designed a series of ceramic desk pieces in the early 1950s that never made it into production—until now.
Forget flat screens above the toilet and LED-illuminated tubs. When we retreat to the bathroom it’s a time to relax without distraction (and, of course, wash our hands afterwards). PuraVida...
Sometimes the after-work wander that begins the commute home takes a quick detour to Urban Outfitters, and the downtown hub has quite a few houseware deals to offer. These triangular-patterned...
Dutch designer Mara Skujeniece gives this ceramic sugar cube container the rock candy treatment in her Amsterdam workshop. The faceted matte porcelain, which looks like a crystal on classic...
Russel Wright believed in taking the chore out of entertaining, making preparing food, dining, and even cleaning up afterwards all part of an easy-going, social experience. His iconic American...
Hella Jongerius designed this beautiful seven-part porcelain dinner service set for Royal Tichelaar Makkum, a Dutch company that has been producing ceramics for over four centuries. Each piece in...
Form and function meet seamlessly when serving tea or coffee. Inventive use of wood veneer with ceramic allows for a streamlined look and superior functionality. Oak veneer sleeve serves to protect...
Mom (or your banker) may have always told you to save for a rainy day—good advice—but sticking money under the mattress is so passe. Argentinian designer Ignacio Pilotto has given you a...
Weekday mornings might be rushed, but come Saturday and Sunday there's nothing better than sitting around in sweatpants, reading the paper, and enjoying a leisurely breakfast. If soft boiled eggs...
Cork and ceramics figure prominently in the MoMA Design Store's new collection called "Destination Portugal," and designer Raquel Castro pulls the two materials together to make a...
Ditch the dowdy, humming, plug-in humidifier for a sultry ceramic model that sits on the radiator. Harness the heat to turn the water in the tray into moisture in the air.
We've long been big fans of Xenia Taler's folksy decorative tiles, and a recent quick browse through her site has only fueled our adoration. Xenia's designs are hand-colored on her partner Steven...
Better suited to storing sugar than supporting Apollo missions, these ceramic containers’ lines were nevertheless inspired by space capsules. Armstrong and Aldrin would definitely approve.
We own one of these ceramic cartons, but don't actually keep it anywhere near the eggs. It's the perfect spot to store earrings on our side table, and we're positive it would make an equally...
It's nigh impossible to find to two identical flowers, and it's not too much to expect the same subtle uniqueness in your bud vases, too. Ohio-based designer Cynthia Vardhan hand-throws each and...
Let's be frank. Sometimes, when you're sitting on the couch, and you're feeling pretty comfy, and you've got a pleasantly warm beverage in your hand, it is just a little too much to ask to unsettle...
What's inside it a question easily answered (lift the lid, silly) but when it was put there is a whole nother story. Write the content's particulars or a little note to your roomie on this...
Though perhaps not a turkey, this bird bowl, made of fired stoneware with a matte white glaze, will look perfect atop any Thanksgiving table. Use it to hold nuts or turn that tail into a gravy slide.
When you're in trouble with a lack of trivets, this ovenproof porcelain dish will come in handy. The handles do double duty to keep the hot pot off the tabletop and also let you hold it with one...
There are few manufacturers who warm our hearts—and tables—like Heath Ceramics in Sausailto, California. This ceramic bowl, in a seasonal red hue, could be a salad-serving piece as its...