The Story Behind Topanga, Our Newest Line of Handcrafted Luxury Vanities
Woodworking in eastern Europe dates back centuries. Its traditions and knowledge have been passed on through the generations and have remained fed by the rich forests that stretch from its plains, through its mountain systems and along the Danube river.
Now, these forests provide the sustainably grown, FSC-certified walnut that Native Trails uses to make the new Topanga Series of vanities. Available this fall, Topanga comes in four sizes — each with its own special details and combining midcentury modern-inspired styling with fine woodworking traditions.
Inside the New Precious Metals Collection
Native Trails’ 25th anniversary required something extra special. The brand started out humbly back in 1996—with CEO and founder Naomi, then a college student, regularly escaping California’s central coast to travel around Mexico, forging relationships with artisans she met and filling her van to the brim with handmade wares she took home to sell.
Barbarians, Banishment and Beauty: The Unlikely Story Behind Murano Glass
Native Trails is known for its one-of-a-kind products that seem to speak of extraordinary past. Having launched the handmade Murano Collection of glass sinks in partnership with artisans in Murano, Italy, Native Trails has most recently immersed itself in the history of Murano glass.
Can Copper Help Take On COVID-19?
A new study from the National Institutes of Health, CDC, UCLA and Princeton University has renewed attention to copper’s antimicrobial properties during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott Share Their Design Tips
When we arrive on site at the Property Brothers shoot in Nashville, the set is buzzing with crew, makeup artists, and prop stylists. Fresh flowers and food decorate a freshly renovated kitchen that features our very own Farmhouse 3018.