The Native Trails Solace Collection

Wood meets concrete in this transitional bath vanity and mirror collection.

This spring, Native Trails launched the Solace Collection, a new family of vanities and mirrors that pairs solid FSC certified oak with concrete for a look that’s at once contemporary and naturalistic.

The Solace vanity is available in two sizes, a single- or double-drawer design (30- and 48-inches respectively), and two finishes, Sunrise Oak and Midnight Oak. The round Solace mirror is also available in two sizes (either a 22- or 28-inch diameter) with an optional detachable shelf that’s sold separately. You’ll see the entire collection below:

What Makes Native Trails so Popular?

We’ve been longtime fans of San Luis Obispo-based company—check out our previous post on its founder, Naomi Neilson—and we especially appreciate their commitment to supporting ancient crafts, sustainable practices and fair trade policies. In fact, the company just joined the Certified B Corporation, which encourages businesses to be force for good.

And did you know that Drew and Jonathan Scott, the Property Brothers, are also some of their biggest fans! The television duo frequently call on Native Trails products for their projects—from kitchen sinks to bathtubs—and recently did a Q&A with the company, which is up on their blog. Have a read!

“It’s great to get great-looking pieces like [Native Trails] sinks to pop in to showcase a space and add character. We don’t like putting in the norm. Something needs to stand out.” — Drew Scott

 Drew and Jonathan Scott, courtesy of Property Brothers  Drew and Jonathan Scott, courtesy of Property Brothers

 The brothers chose Native Trails’  Farmhouse 3018 sink in Pearl  for a new project in Nashville.  The brothers chose Native Trails’ Farmhouse 3018 sink in Pearl for a new project in Nashville.

About Native Trails

Founded in 1996 by Naomi Neilson, Native Trails was built on the foundation of Naomi’s passion for artisan tradition, sustainability, and fair trade practices to bring the work of undiscovered artisans from central Mexico first to living spaces throughout North America. Combining age-old artisan traditions with contemporary design and sustainable materials, Naomi broke new ground with Native Trails’ iconic, hand-hammered recycled copper sinks and helped to introduce copper as a mainstay material for the kitchen and bath. Under Naomi's effervescent leadership, Native Trails has expanded far beyond copper sinks; its artisan-made product lines have grown to include its groundbreaking NativeStone® concrete sinks and bathtubs, vanities made of reclaimed wood, and a range of home decor products. Today, Native Trails leads the industry in handcrafted, sustainable products for kitchen and bath design.

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