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For a more permanent solution, try a farmhouse sink against a butcher-block countertop in your kitchen.
Mid-century modern is never out of fashion (an Eames is an Eames is an Eames). But we have noticed a recent resurgence of its clean, simple lines and sleek, natural materials.
Our latest obsession: the happy marriage of ceramic and wood. Here?s how and where to use it.
On Your Side Table Caravan Pacific?s stunning lamps ($450 to $500) are handmade in Portland, Oregon, from FSC-certified lumber and gorgeous glazed stoneware.
On Your Open Shelving Vincent Van Duysen?s ceramic containers ($275) pay homage to European mid-century design and look great stacked or side by side. For a less pricy alternative, go with a set of Le Chef canisters ($34) or West Elm?s white ceramic vase ($20 to $40).
Throughout Your Home Achieve the look by simply placing clean wood next to sparkling white porcelain: Set a wooden tray across your bathtub, stack white dishes on a wooden shelf or just mix and match tchotchkes in artful displays. For a more permanent solution (e.g., the next time you remodel your kitchen), try a farmhouse sink against a butcher-block countertop.
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