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Etch Studio Introduces Home Accessories for Your Next Stylish Feast

When you can make a trivet look cool and interesting—and they do!—you know you're on to something.

By Sarah Rufca Nielsen November 25, 2015

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Etch Studio has introduces a line of design-centric home and tabletop accessories.

If all goes well (and no one mentions Donald Trump), your Thanksgiving feast might inspire you to host communal meals more often. If so, great news: one of our favorite design-centric brands just expanded into a chic line of home accessories.

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Etch Studio was founded by LSU grads Zoe Ganch and Mallory Estopinal, the latter a native of Kingwood, who used their architecture training to found Etch as a line of contemporary, geometric, laser-cut jewelry and accessories in 2014. This month Etch launched its first collection of home accessories, manufacturing each in their Austin studio.

Simple items like tealight holders, coasters, napkin rings and trivets are re-imagined using laser etching, unexpected shapes and the interplay between blond maple and rich, dark walnut wood to make each piece feel modern and fun.

"Our new collection was inspired by the 60s mod revival,” says Ganch. “We channeled our inner Twiggy while creating versatile wooden products for the home enthusiast who collects bold objects with a story.”

I mean, when you can make a trivet look cool and interesting—and they do!—you know you're on to something. If these somehow don't make you want to throw a dinner party immediately, they also make great hostess gifts.

Etch Home accessories start at $28 and range up to $90 for a reversible cutting board and are available at shopetch.com.

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Riley reversible maple and walnut cutting board, $90

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