Clouds, chalk, pale hydrangeas on a rainy day. A cool, airy, grayish white.
Mushrooms, coffee with cream, cowboy hats. A warm, round, pale brown.
Cinchona, hard spices, scorched earth, red rock cooling in canyon shadow. A stately, burnt, terra cotta.
Toasted oat milk, buttered biscuits, slow dough-rising. A warm, tan-toned, off-white.
Hazy Polaroids, tiger oak beams, baked apples. A honeyed, nostalgic ochre.
Lake pebbles, wet concrete, slate. A medium, clean, classic blue-gray.
Double yolks, No. 2 pencils, high noon. An incandescent, buoyant peach.
Rubber garden boots, rally car, tourmaline. A deep, riparian green.
Lilacs, chalcedony, violet ice cream. A tender, muted, pastel purple.
Pressed damask roses, sunrise mesa, ancient bronze coin. A shimmery, dusky mauve.
Mondrian, Matisse's dancers, the Blue City of Morocco, a brand new ball cap. Ancient, classic, and futuristic. True blue.
Surf wax, salty hair, retro VWs, the sun rising over the Santa Monica Mountains
Tiki drinks, orange groves, suntans, and the sun sinking into the Pacific Ocean.
Grape must, raw amethyst, papal gowns. A confident, grounded, humble purple.
Moonlit lake, beetle shell, wet fir. A dark, frosty, teal.
Opuntia flower, baby chick, banana taffy. A radiant, luminous yellow.
Grass, matcha, baby beech leaves. A fresh, grounding, vegetal green.
Periwinkles, powder blue butterflies, clear summer mornings. A dreamy, milky, atmospheric blue.
Art Deco dawn, cat's nose, parlor sofa, beach dusk. A sanded, present-tense pink.
Desert rocks, glowing bonfire, dusty sunsets. A soft, rusty, lambent orange.
Christmas flowers, holly berries, and winter cardinals. A radiant, luminous, holiday red.
Sand, palomino, créme caramel. A light, delicate, mellow beige.
Wet soil, mahogony wood, coffee beans. A dark, calm, chocolatey brown.
Rose milk, blush, late summer meadowsweet. A gentle, balmy, velvety pink.
Campfire crackle, 70s shag carpet, only for the bold
Coniferous trees, swiss chard, wet moss. An earthy, bold, forest green.
Deep water, blueberries, night sky. A weighty, natural, navy blue.
Our plates have a slight upward lip for spill-proof serving and easy stacking.
a piece of tres leches cake,
a few cookies,
a thick slice of buttered sourdough
a turkey sandwich,
a bánh mì,
a slice of lasagna,
tacos al pastor
kebabs with rice,
coq au vin over potatoes,
a burger and fries,
a whole 9" round cake
a pile of steaks, high-to-the-sky pancakes, charcuterie, artful arrangement of fruit
The bowls in this series are wide slung and have a trimmed foot.
(to the brim)
granola with yogurt,
spaghetti alla puttanesca,
daal and rice,
a garden salad,
hummus for a party
Weeknight Serving Bowl
a whole roasted and sliced chicken,
a bag of lemons,
foods with sloshy sauces, a pile of pasta, an entree salad
The bowls in this series of have steeper sides, rounded bottoms and flat feet.
Ice Cream Bowl
two scoops of mint chip,
a carton of figs,
a kitchen sponge
butternut squash soup,
lucky charms with milk,
fully loaded ramen,
a big green salad for one
birthday cake batter,
one dozen apples,
party-size orzo salad
Calling all lovers of Danish Modern design!
Making utensils, hair combs, jewelry and other items out of horn is a painstaking process that includes multiple rounds of sawing, sanding, shaping and polishing. Hornvarefabrikken, which is Danish for “The Hornware Factory,” has introduced some machinery to its process, which nevertheless remains largely unchanged in its 200+ year history.
These serving spoons were designed by Peder Husted, the son of Hornvarefabrikken’s founder, in the 1930s. At the time, he was thinking of using them to serve potatoes but their versatility will have you pairing them with salads of all sorts, among a great many more side dishes. Nearly 100 years later, the design still looks fresh.