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Clean Slate

by Jennie Nunn

Kick off the New Year with a clean slate of soothing palette of soft gray tones for the home.

Bring a hint of peace and quiet indoors with this serene print, SECURITY GRAY GRASS by Brooklyn artist Sarah Nicole Phillips (see above). Phillips uses scraps from old security envelopes and letters and finishes each piece with FSC-certified mats and Bonanza Wood eco frames. $85 unframed; $150 framed; uncommongoods.com

Founded in 1948 by ceramicist Edith Heath, the Sausalito–based company has been producing dinnerware for decades from brown clay mined in Ione, CA. The MAIN PLATE (safe for dishwasher and oven) was designed for Alice Waters’ Chez Panisse. $45; heathceramics.com

Create a zen-like sanctuary in the office or den with the FELTED-WOOL STONES made by South African artist Ronel Jordaan; the cozy, 100 percent merino wool cushions are handmade by artisans in a workshop in Gauteng-Johannesburg. From $298; vivaterra.com

Toronto–based husband-and-wife design team Zenporium constructed the PETRIFIED WOOD SIDE TABLE using a slab from fallen trees and a steel base. $900; zenporium.com

Combat winter blues and cozy up by the fire with the FAUX FUR THROW in silver lynx by Arhaus. $129; arhaus.com

Designed by organic textile and bedding company Coyuchi, the ZIGZAG METALASSÉ THROW is made of 100 percent organic cotton and Global Organic Textiles Standard (GOTS) certified. $122; coyuchi.com

Add a global feel to the living room with the SAFIA EMBROIDERED CURTAIN made of cotton. From $168; anthropologie.com

Viva Terra’s TRESTLE BENCH recalls a rustic farmhouse with reclaimed wood and a hand-rubbed wax finish. From $975; vivaterra.com

West Elm’s PINTUCK SLATE DUVET AND SHAMS are hand-stitched in Southern India and made of 100 percent organic cotton. From $99; westelm.com

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