Here's a little something you may not know about me: I have over a decade of work experience in concrete construction management. My parents do the same and my grandparents did too. (Even my husband is a cement mason guys, I'm in that deep.) I have always known concrete. Its smell. The obsessive watching of the weather. The long days. In commercial concrete we talk in tens of thousands of square feet.
So you can imagine my reaction to bowls made with bright white colored concrete measured by the inch. Concrete trays delicate enough to balance the visual weight of a tea cup.
Modern and luxurious. I knew I had found a new stockist for Goose Creek.
Concrete Project hand pours concrete composite and polishes the edges to achieve a new modern interpretation of a time-honored material.
Originally developed for a coffee shop in Seattle, these trays are unsealed and will develop a patina with use. Clever finger recesses on both ends ease lifting from a table.