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  1. Salt + Pepper Shakers

    Salt + Pepper Shakers

    Looking to shake things up at mealtime? Domestic Aesthetic's recalimed wood Salt + Pepper Shakers will add some spice to any dining room table.

  2. Vacuum Jug

    Vacuum Jug

    This jug is an oldie but a goodie, introduced by classic Danish tableware company Stelton in 1977. Designer Erik Magnussen's simple, silo-like shape holds hot and cold drinks with stylish aplomb,...

  3. Canasta Bowl

    Canasta Bowl

    Keep your plums where you can see them in this transparent glass Canasta bowl by Emiliano Godoy. The Mexico City–based designer collaborated with Nouvel Studio to utilize factory casts that...

  4. Munjoy / Ocean Tray

    Munjoy / Ocean Tray

    Serving trays are darn useful in the kitchen, making transport easy for a batch of cupcakes or couple of glasses of lemonade to eager guests. But a cool patterned piece can also really tie together...

    $45.00

  5. Pantone Tea Mugs

    Pantone Tea Mugs

    How do you take your tea? Put the Pantone Matching System to the ultimate test with these mugs, which will allow your guests to choose just how milky they'd like their morning brew.

    $50.00

  6. Fusionware Flask Set

    Fusionware Flask Set

    Take a look at this ceramic set from Vessel, and what do you see: a carafe for wine and eight small glasses, a group of bouquet and bud vases, a utensil container and cups for serving scoops of ice...

    $49.00

  7. Black + Blum

    Black+Blum are an Anglo-Swiss partnership based in London which joined forces in 1998. The firm provides design consultancy services and also developed its own range of products for the home and...

    10.22.09

  8. Duravit

    Duravit

    Almost 200 years of bathroom history. It all begins in 1817, when George Friedrich Horn establishes an earthenware factory in Hornberg in the Black Forest. In 1842 the manufacture of tableware is...

    10.22.09

  9. High & Dry Dishrack

    High & Dry Dishrack

    Done with the dishes? This flat-pack plastic rack will keep your plates and bowls aligned while they dry. Excess water drips off into the draining tray, which can be easily poured from the small...

    $59.00

  10. HAY

    HAY

    Founded in 2002, HAY is a contemporary Danish design company that creates modern, innovative products that recall the greatness of 1950s and '60s Danish design. With a focus on using the designs of...

    10.27.09

  11. Emiliano Godoy
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    Emiliano Godoy

    Sustainable design isn’t merely a catchphrase for Mexico City–based industrial designer Emiliano Godoy. The density and environmental tensions of the megalopolis he calls home have both...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    10.28.09

  12. Table Linens by Commune Design
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    Table Linens by Commune Design

    In my online wanderings this week I've come across a totally lovely set of table linens from Los Angeles–based Commune Design. They are made of 100% linen hand-dyed in LA by Matteo, and I...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    11.03.09

  13. Ceramic Trivets

    Ceramic Trivets

    If we lived it Portland, it would be tough not to spend a lot of time browsing the wares at Elsa + Sam, a local dishware boutique featuring most anything you could possibly need (or want)....

    $26.00

  14. Bauer Pottery

    Bauer Pottery

    Starting in Louisville, Kentucky, and then flourishing in Los Angeles, California, J. A. Bauer Pottery Company created simple, yet beautiful stoneware from the late 1880s to the early 1960s. With...

    11.08.09

  15. David Mellor Design

    Who we are David Mellor Design operates on the simple principle that well-designed equipment can improve your life. The company was set up by David Mellor, Royal Designer for Industry. Mellor is a ...

    11.15.09

  16. City Plates

    City Plates

    $50.00

  17. Le Creuset

    Great cooking boils down to ingredients - the better the ingredients you choose the better the results....

    11.18.09

  18. Up In The Air Somewhere

    Up in the Air Somewhere is Chicago-based artist and designer Susan Dwyer. Three years after graduating from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she focused in sculpture, Dwyer...

    11.18.09

  19. Girls Can Tell

    i diagram everyday things like cameras, kitchen tools, vintage machines + more, then print them by hand onto useful items. youre found the perfect.

    11.18.09

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