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Mad for Mod
Streamlined, creamy, and pared down, this loft is absolute perfection. The mid-century furniture is complementary to the geometry of the space, no piece too flamboyant or jarring. Minimalist, when done well, is never boring, and what we’re loving here are the rows of pottery along the back wall, as well as the pieces decorating the long table. We could think of one thing: Heath Ceramics.
Edith Heath opened her namesake company in 1948, and the company has… [MORE] been producing ceramics in their small factory in Sausilito, California ever since. Over the last sixty years, Heath has secured its place as one of the most, to coin the company’s own phrase, “enduring examples of mid-century design.” We’re all for keeping that tradition alive. Check out Heath’s wares on their website, or swing on over to eBay as an alternative.
(Photo courtesy of theiloveuglyblog. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Mad for Mod

Streamlined, creamy, and pared down, this loft is absolute perfection. The mid-century furniture is complementary to the geometry of the space, no piece too flamboyant or jarring. Minimalist, when done well, is never boring, and what we’re loving here are the rows of pottery along the back wall, as well as the pieces decorating the long table. We could think of one thing: Heath Ceramics.

Edith Heath opened her namesake company in 1948, and the company has… [MORE] been producing ceramics in their small factory in Sausilito, California ever since. Over the last sixty years, Heath has secured its place as one of the most, to coin the company’s own phrase, “enduring examples of mid-century design.” We’re all for keeping that tradition alive. Check out Heath’s wares on their website, or swing on over to eBay as an alternative.

(Photo courtesy of theiloveuglyblog. Text by Jenny Bahn)