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Modern living

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(Left) Lunea Terrazzo Melamine Oval Platter. Designed to capture the look of on-trend terrazzo, the slender oval melamine platter is adorned with flecks and chips of gray and wine. (Right) Francesca Dinnerware. Awash in watercolor hues, this collection adds painterly florals to the spring table with rich shades of aqua, blue, green, and taupe.
Step into a modern living space with these pieces from Crate and Barrel spring and summer collection, dubbed Casa Modern. 

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Walker Natural Dining Table and Sideboard. Designed by Blake Tovin, it is made of European white oak certified sustainable by the Forest Stewardship Council. Each table has a unique constellation of knots, fissures, and grain. 
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Petrified Wood Serving Board. Serve cheeses and charcuterie on this tray whose polished surface and asymmetrical edges tell a fascinating geological tale of a fossilized ancient tree while speaking to the moment with a contemporary, sculptural shape.
Casa Modern is a return to Crate and Barrel’s roots with an exciting explosion of color that elevates home to the artisanal level. The collection is a mix of LA hip and Mexican modern—artisan ceramics and textiles, rustic woods, treated metal, and recycled glass.

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(Left) Prost Accent Tables. Rising high on a slender column anchored by a sculptural antique metal base, the table provides a sleek, round tabletop. (Right) Mireya Vases. The modern colors and shapes make for a fun collection, whether grouped together or scattered throughout the home. 
These vibrant pieces are available at Crate and Barrel stores in SM Aura Premier, SM Makati, and SM Mega Fashion Hall. 

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Nico Palm Melamine Platter and Salad Plate. Resembling crackle-glazed stoneware, the organically shaped platter and salad plate layer a colorful array of freely brushed palm leaves that look as if they were hand painted.
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