It's not a surprise that this look is coming back now. It incorporates a combo of some of what is bubbling under the surface, style-zeitgeist-wise. These reactive glaze pottery-style tabletop pieces combine a bit of hippie-chic, a look at California modernism of the sixties and seventies, a little bit of Asian-inspiration, a touch of maker-style.

We saw examples of the reactive look from several different lines, in a range of commitments to the look from big and bold to just a subtle hint of pattern.

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(Images: Janel Laban)