By Laura Eckstein Jones | Photo: Male Glaze photo by Daniel Collopy | July 23, 2018
Lighten up the table this summer with earthy, elegant pieces that define California’s effortlessly organic aesthetic.
Mouth-blown crystal is at once traditional and contemporary. Fluted tumbler, $110, by Richard Brendon at Garde, L.A. and Summerland
L.A. artist Elyse Graham casts, carves and polishes layers of pigmented resin for one-of-a-kind vessels. Roma vase, $2,900
For this runner, DTLA-based Block Shop—which is run by two sisters—handprinted lightweight linen with indigo dye. Hatch runner, $80, by Block Shop at Heath Ceramics, L.A. and San Francisco
Limited-edition items in Sunset Hue and Sorbet add warmth to the table. Seasonal summer collection, items shown from $79, Heath Ceramics, L.A. and San Francisco
Imbue an earthy edge with these handcarved bowls. 13-Inch driftwood bowls, $175 each, by Spencer Peterman at Lost & Found, L.A.
These made-in-Highland Park pieces are torn by hand before going into the kiln. Rough Around the Edges dining set, $250, by Male Glaze at ANNEX at M+B Los Angeles, L.A.
Sleek lines and a gold-tone titanium finish balance handmade wares beautifully. Due serving set, $165, by Mepra at The Line, L.A.
Laurel Canyon-based Heather Taylor’s cotton napkins evoke sunny days at the shore. Capri napkins, four for $82, by Heather Taylor Home at Nickey Kehoe, L.A.