Elegant minimalism. Subtle textures. An emphasis on functionality. These are the fundamental components of the New Nordic look. With its earthy tones punctuated by polished metallics, it speaks to the Pacific Northwest design ethos—particularly our love of simple luxury.
Edited by ALLISON SCHEFF
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1. Cloud tile in Duals, available from Ann Sacks, Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver, annsacks.com. 2. Noon Series porcelain tile, available from Thompson Tile & Stone, multiple PNW locations, thompsontile andstone.com. 3. Ultracompact Surfaces Dekton by Cosentino countertop in Trilium, available from Cosentino, Kent, WA; Burnaby, B.C.; and Tualatin, OR, dekton.com. 4. Cascade Rug by Calvin Klein, available from EWF Modern, Portland, ewfmodern.com. 5. Old White wall tile, available from Porcelanosa, Seattle, porcelanosa-usa.com. 6. 45° collection vanity, available from Blu Bathworks, Vancouver, blubathworks.com. 7. Black Bubble mug, available from Mazama Wares, Portland, shopmazama.com. 8. NativeStone Concrete Farmhouse Sink by Native Trails, available from Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, multiple PNW locations, fergusonshowrooms .com. 9. Mountain knob and cup pull in natural bronze by Schaub & Company, available from Builders’ Hardware & Supply, Seattle and Bellevue, WA, builders-hardware.com. 10. Faces stone bathtub, available from Porcelanosa, Seattle, porcelanosa-usa.com. h
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