Sunday, May 22, 2011


Robert and I are in Los Angeles for a bit of a weekend away visitings some friends, but of course we had to take some time out to see what was going on for home decor retail while we are down here. The Heath Ceramics Los Angeles shop was our first stop and our visit was perfectly timed for an "Open Studio" event.

It was great to finally see the shop in person – we have admired the design by Commune with its beautiful loft-like feel and multi-functional space. We were immediately drawn to the display of the House Industries and Heath Ceramics number tiles. These were just samples of what will be available for purchase next month. Robert and I are looking into the possibility of having these available at Provide, ask us if you are interested.

It was also thrilling to see some of the unique designs available at the shop including works by its Artistic Director Adam Silverman and by Japanese artist Akio Nukaga (we bought two pieces by both). In addition, the shop was well stocked with pieces from the Heath Ceramics collection and we were able to see product in the new colours Fawn and Coccoa.

The visit to the shop reaffirmed why we are so passionate about the Heath Ceramics and why we truly believe in the vision of the company – very inspiring!

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