Collection by Megan Hamaker

A More Natural Life

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In the same fashion that we are turning to locally sourced, farm to table, slow food, our aesthetics, like our stomachs, are drawn to a simpler, cleaner, and more natural way of life. Rustic woods, supple leathers, stone, and ceramic are all contributing to the collective desire to live more slowly, more simply, and more beautifully. Check out this collection of pieces to bring this tranquil trend into your own life.

Cast from a vintage test tube and suspended on a thin leather strap, these ceramic bud vases will bring a bit of bloom...
We love these hand-carved cups, made from rare arctic birch burl and outfitted with a reindeer leather strap.
This made-in-San Francisco leather wallet from Joshu+Vela is simplicity itself.
The Buckle Chair in antiqued chestnut by Restoration Hardware has just the right balance of rich warm leather and clean...
SALT AND PEPPER KEEPERSThe olive wood used in these tabletop salt and pepper keepers is grown in a sustainably managed...
Treat yourself to the smart simplicity of a solid wood board for cutting and serving charcuterie and cheese.
Ceramic pestle and wood mortar. Simply roll the ball to crush herbs and spices.
These handsome and slender teak stirring spoons are handcrafted in Thailand from what would ordinarily be waste wood.
With an organic aesthetic, the ceramic Morijana cups are minimalistic yet tactile.
FOLDED SALT AND PEPPER CELLARSA set of two mini porcelain folded bowls for holding your salt and pepper.
Rather resembling smooth ceramic loaves of artisan bread, these sweet little butter dishes come in two natural tones of...
You know that overflowing receptacle next to the stove with all your cooking utensils in it? And that messy top drawer...
These small marble and wood lights give off a warm intimate glow ideal for a bedside table or dresser.
Turn off the TV. Put the kettle on. Grab a good book, wrap yourself in a warm blanket, dim the overhead and illuminate...
The Coat Range can stand alone or in groups, expanding into tiny Tetons across your wall.
Outdoor parties aren't complete without games and we love the Akiko Pétanque set by Akiko Kuwahata and Hans Thyge.
An elevated facsimile of the tree stump, this side table from Kalon Studios is raw, unfinished, and sustainable, as...
What makes the Angle Shelf unique isn't necessarily what you choose to display on top, but instead what lies beneath: a...
Danish designer Søren Rose is known for his modern take on a classic material: marble.
A medley of Ariele Alasko's headboard and wall panel designs displayed in her Bedstuy studio.
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