Our Bestselling Vanity Is Now Bigger Than Ever
The bestselling Americana Vanity made from recliamed wood is now available in a 48” size with a coordinating NativeStone® vanity top.
Native Trails Earns Two 2016 GREEN GOOD Design Awards
Palomar Vanity Top Bathroom Sink and Trough 48 recognized as “outstanding examples of Green Design” by the 2016 Green Good Design Awards.
The (Unlikely) Inspiration Behind Native Trails Product Names
From creating to refining, there are many fun challenges along the way to creating a Native Trails product. One of them is finding the product's name.
Quotes about Style and Design
Design and style seem to be as individual as each designer and stylist, and what makes them great have been topics of debate and conversation.
Quotes about the Home
There's something to be said about the home, and the place it holds in our hearts. Where do families gather to laugh, cry, share their dreams?
Dealer Picks: Joel Warners, Faucets N’ Fixtures
Joel Warners, owner of Faucets N' Fixtures in Orange, California, tells us how he stumbled into his dream job in the kitchen and bath industry.
How a Concrete Sink Energized the Kitchen and Bath Industry
New concrete sinks, made of NativeStone®, are poised to spur the concrete sink trend in home design and excite the kitchen and bath industry.
Dealer Picks: Dana Stephens, Snyder Diamond Pasadena
Dana Stephens, of Snyder Diamond, speaks with us about design trends, changes in the kitchen and bath industry, and her love of helping clients.
The Evolution of the Copper Sink
What does it take to make a copper sink? For Native Trails' master artisans it takes fire, hammers, and age-old tradition.
Introduced by Native Trails in 2014, NativeStone is an innovative, remarkably strong new material used to make the NativeStone collection.
SLO Life Magazine: Meet Naomi Neilson Howard
SLO Life Magazine, a local publication for San Luis Obispo, California, featured CEO and founder of Native Trails Naomi Howard.
My Enriching Path to Native Trails
"I dreamed about how the lives of those talented artisans might change if there was a way to bring their beautiful work to a larger market."
Giving Back through Community Trails
We built Community Trails to support (and enable our staff to support) nonprofit organizations by volunteering time or donating resources.