Cool Kitchen and Bath Finds That Counter the Ordinary

Make a splash in your kitchen and bath by adding the newest, coolest products from around the state. From a pint-sized ice cream holder to hemp-blend tea towels, these finds that come in big and small packages are a welcome way to freshen up your home!

By Leilani Marie Labong
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Worktable

March, San Francisco’s home of highly coveted kitchenware, just introduced a line of made-in-California kitchen tables. The WorkTable is made of white oak and steel and can be customized with options such as zinc storage bins or leather knife sheaths; $13,800, marchsf.com.

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Axor Starck Organic Chrone Faucet

Although the Axor Starck Organic chrome faucet is supposedly inspired by tree branches, we’d argue that it resembles other shapes found in nature; $520, hansgrohe-usa.com.

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Vanity Shelf

The vanity shelf by Outofstock strikes a delicate balance between its round mirror, linear storage tray and leather hanging strap; $660, ligne-roset.com.

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Quartzite Coco Tub

The 79-gallon quartzite Coco tub by Blu Stone ensures that all your deep soaks are destined for the limelight; $8,000, bathandbeyond.com.

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Crush Tiles

Handmade from 100 percent Bay Area–sourced recycled glass, the new diamond-shaped Crush tiles by San Jose–based Fireclay give new meaning to the phrase “diamonds are forever”; from $28 per square foot, fireclaytile.com.

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Ice Cream Holder

Slide a carton of Three Twins into the pint-sized ice cream holder (now with convenient spoon holster) by San Francisco designer Nima Oberoi, and voilà! Frostbite thwarted; $48, anthropologie.com.

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Rincon Road Organic Hand-Blend Tea Towels

Carpinteria-based artisan Melinda Trembly strives for imperfection in her Rincon Road organic hemp-blend tea towels; after all, the allure of block printing by hand is that no two designs are ever identical—or flawless; $36 for two, brika.com.

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