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Naturally, white is right at home, even if it comes from the coast.
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Hungarian born designer Eva Zeisel made some of the most iconic dinnerware of the 20th century. These pieces from 1952 are now in reproduction as the Classic Century line by Crate & Barrel.
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Pfaltzgraff Heritage stoneware has been known to withstand generations of steady, daily use.
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Simple, creamy whites, stackable style (at Rejuvenation).
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Salvaged tin frieze can be reused as...? This lion has been roughed up a bit, but that just adds to his character.
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The Space Needle was originally colored a yellow ochre tint, back when it debuted at the Seattle World's Fair in 1962. White seems to suit it better, though.
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Simple tableware, at Sur La Table.
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Classicism salvaged, at Rejuvenation.
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The U.S. Supreme Court: does the classical, unchanging facade of the building impart a certain authority to the decisions that come from within it?
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Astronaut whites. Try them on at the Boeing museum in Seattle.
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