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Clouds, chalk, pale hydrangeas on a rainy day. A cool, airy, grayish white.
Lake pebbles, wet concrete, slate. A medium, clean, classic blue-gray.
Mushrooms, coffee with cream, cowboy hats. A warm, round, pale brown.
Periwinkles, powder blue butterflies, clear summer mornings. A dreamy, milky, atmospheric blue.
Grass, matcha, baby beech leaves. A fresh, grounding, vegetal green.
Keep it classic. These three year-round neutrals work in almost every interior.
Morel makes a perfect backdrop for more saturated pops of color.
A little earth, a little sky, this colorful combination is fun but grounded.
All the green grass, blue sky, puffy cloud, summertime vibes right here.
We make our plate with 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
The bowls in this series are wide slung, have a trimmed foot, and nestle nicely within each other.
(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,
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
The Toddler Cup in Morel
The Toddler Cup in Eggshell
The Toddler Cup in Soapstone
With a staff full of parents, the office usually has at least one or two humans under 10 in it at all times, and when it comes to snacks and lunchtime, they eat and drink from what we eat and drink from.
Toddler Cups are the perfect primer into the world of "special objects" and learning how to handle them. These semi-precious little clay vessels are more durable than you'd think (though please be aware that 3-year-olds with clay vessels and concrete or tile is asking for tears) and they hold the ideal amount of orange juice that won't be a pain to clean up if spilled, and they're healthier (and less smelly if you leave stuff in 'em) for your kids and the Earth.
Lucky for parents, there is no written law against the grown-up use of Toddler Cups for sake, matcha, espresso, or a shot of tequila. Here's full permission to use this petite vessel to the best of its ability, no matter your age.