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Products for a Modern Traditional Look

Get a modern traditional look with these products

written by Melissa Dalton

Handcrafted in California, the Stellar tile collection from Sonoma Tilemakers offers a bevy of field sizes, including a 2-inch by 8-inch rectangle tile. Available in 108 colors with names like “Old Soul” and “Retro Khaki,” these tiles easily bridge the gap between modern and traditional. Available at United Tile in Portland.
www.sonomatilemakers.com

New Glazes in Heath Ceramics Coupe Line
Currey Full Dinnerware Set – photo by Jeffrey Cross

Everything old is new again, especially at Heath Ceramics. The Coupe line was introduced in 1948 as the first dinnerware style for the iconic California-based pottery company and continues to impress today as a “modernist classic.” It looks equally good stacked on open shelves or plating your next dinner party.
www.heathceramics.com

With the Purist kitchen sink faucet, Kohler blends a classic bridge profile with clean lines and minimal detailing. The high arch is bound to clear the tallest pots sitting in your sink and even rotates a full 360 degrees.
www.us.kohler.com

The Salt Chair updates the enduring Shaker-style silhouette without any fuss. Made of solid natural oak or beech and finished in a water-based paint, it’s a new classic that’ll pair nicely with your farmhouse table. Available at Design Within Reach.
www.dwr.com

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