From Our Editors
The light wood, open air space of the large Heath Ceramics L.A. store on Beverly Boulevard artfully showcases Heath’s simple yet functional ceramic dinnerware, tile and houseware products. These sturdy, high quality ceramic designs originally created by Edith Heath in 1948 are considered to be heirlooms in the making, and are often seen to be among the most enduring examples of mid-century design. Colorful Heath ceramics can be found not only in upscale homes everywhere, but also in restaurants and even a few museums. In addition to a wide assortment of their iconic dishes, the L.A. store sells other home goods like candles, linens, flatware and assorted gift items. For price-conscious purchasers, there’s even a second-run area that features items discounted by up to 30% off.