Polished surfaces paired with solid colors render all of designer Amy Adams' pieces of earthenware—whether they're mod, spaceship-like hanging plant pots or tongue-in-cheek boy/girl napkin rings—contemporary and chic. Her garden, lighting, and tabletop items as well as wall hangings are all low-impact and handcrafted in Brooklyn using nontoxic finishes and by-products.

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