A true mid-century American icon, Heath has been producing beautiful modern and minimal tableware (with a brief break) and tiles since 1948. In fact, it’s part of the permanent collections in New York’s MoMA—and graces many a table across the Los Angeles restaurant scape. The store, like the products, is modern and minimal, with wooden shelves, concrete floors and a lot of space to browse. Besides the Heath line, they’ve selected a handful of designers to showcase. There are multiple locations in the SF area, including a bigger showroom in the Mission and a factory store in Sausalito offering seconds (i.e., subtly imperfect plates and bowls) at big discounts.

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