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May 24, 2013
Originally published in The Furniture Issue
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Heavy Metal
Moving beyond brass, which we’ve seen in spades for the past several years, consider a few more metallic options: copper, nickel, and good old stainless steel.
Modern metallic watering can,.

The X3 watering can by Paul Loebach for Kontextür is a minimal vessel inspired by Eastern European motorcycles, and the company’s first product for use outside of the bathroom, $120.

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The Rio wall sconce by Jonathan Adler showcases classic mod style, accented with a curved form and glass shade, $195.

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The Levels pendant lamp stands out with iconic and charming characteristics. Made from metal sheets spun and pushed around a rotating mandrel, the lamps are given a fold at the end to support the structure, $510 onenordic.com

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Cylindrical salt and pepper shakers.

These Cylinder salt-and-pepper shakers by Ladies & Gentlemen are simple, yet sleek, $60 ladiesandgentlemenstudio.com

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Modern tableware by Toyo Ito.

Luckily for your tablescape, the recent Pritzker Prize–winning Japanese architect Toyo Ito also designs flatware. His new collection, Mu cutlery, features slim handles shaped like hexagonal chopsticks, $90 per five-piece place setting.

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The Breeze tables by Monica Förster for Swedese Förster’s debuted a new look at the 2013 Stockholm Furniture Fair: a copper-plated steel base with a laminated copper top, $1,495–$1,995 hightoweraccess.com

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Modern metallic watering can,.

The X3 watering can by Paul Loebach for Kontextür is a minimal vessel inspired by Eastern European motorcycles, and the company’s first product for use outside of the bathroom, $120.

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