There's a revolution stirring in homewares, and it's happening in ceramics. Case in point, the beautifully minimalist line KH Wurtz. Stocked at homewares store Monc XIII in Sag Harbor (which is full of such beautiful pieces that there is temptation to buy it all), the line is created by father and son duo Aage and Kasper Würtz. Located in Horsens, Denmark, their focus is on simple lines and contemporary stoneware inspired by their Scandinavian roots. There are unexpected dips in rims and moody colorations, resulting in plates and bowls that seem more sculpture than dinnerware. Glazes range from oceanic blues to cloudy grays and soft creams, and design is incredibly subtle. This is tableware that doesn't require fanfare, just good food and great company.