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Man and Woman Tea Towels by depeapa

Loving these tea towels at VerĂ³nica de Arriba’s Etsy shop, Depeapa. All I want these days are black and white tea towels. (Black and white everything really.)

Find VerĂ³nica’s sweet blog here.

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Empty SPICE SET Tubes with Concrete Base

Who knew concrete could be so sleek? Culinarium is a wonderful Etsy shop based in Rhode Island making modern kitchen gadgets and housewares from concrete. All items are handmade by Jordan Castro, a former construction manager. Items range from $12 to $185.

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Small Concrete Salt Cellar

Concrete Hexi-Bowl

White. Concrete. Utensil. Holder.

Green. Refined. Square. Concrete. Coasters.

Magnetic Knife Strip - Small

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LARGE POUCH - lines/rain

Bookhou is John Booth and Arounna Khounnoraj, a husband and wife design team residing in Toronto, Canada. Along with their Etsy store they also have a brick-and-mortar shop in Toronto and an online shop of their own here. They design and make items such as handbags, scarves, paper goods, ceramic items, and more inspired by the organic lines and shapes found in nature and urban landscapes. John has been trained in painting, architecture and woodworking, and Arounna started out making sculptural works before changing her focus to design and textile work. Oh, and they also have two little kiddos to raise. Their design aesthetic is that wonderful mixture of modern, urban and organic, filled with those geometric shapes we love so much these days.

Click on any item to see it in their shop.

LOOP SCARF - triangle


TEA TOWEL - triangle


BUCKET TOTE - field


OBLONG POUCH


SMALL BAG - sprig


TEA TOWEL - spring

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Deep End Mug

Clam Lab is Clair Catillaz, currently sculpting, homebrewing, and living in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. She’s been pounding out modern ceramic lovelies for Clam Lab since 2009, but she’s no newbie to having clay-crusted clothes. She and her mom took their first ceramic class when she was 12. I’m not sure how I happened upon Clam Lab but I’ve been drooling over her pieces ever since and pinning them to Pinterest like crazy.
Click here for a great little collection of photographs showing Clair’s process and a wee interview at the end.

Click on any photo to see it in the shop.

Custom Dinnerware Set in Oatmeal

Raw Chocolate Teapot

Berry Bowl

Chocolate Tea Bowl

Everything Bowl in Chocolate

Nesting Bowl Trio