Unique Home Décor
This months home and design feature is encouraging you to branch out and try something little out of the ordinary to spruce up your living space.
written by Melissa Dalton
The Dish Side Table from Grain
A design studio located on Bainbridge Island, is made from FSC-certified American ash in the Pacific Northwest. Perch your drink, or your bum, on its scooped tabletop, as it doubles as a stool in a pinch.
The Epoca Vase
This looks equally good whether it’s holding owers or displayed on open shelves. Designed and made by The Granite, a workshop in Portland, the unglazed matte white exterior is hand-painted with an assortment of colored shapes for a fresh and modern take on the average vase.
Knit wall hanging or pillow
Katherine Entis of Soft Century specializes in textiles that reveal a unique perspective. We especially like the knit paintings, which are “inspired by landscapes real and imagined,” and handwoven from top-notch yarn in her Portland atelier.
Unique magazine holder
Got stacks of magazines on the floor by the couch? Seattle-based Fruit Super has created the perfect solution: the sleek, minimal Print Rack. The U-shaped body comes in either white or forest green powder- coated metal, with a cork base and solid wood handle. Consider the clutter conquered.