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Stylish home furnishings, kitchenware, and more in Newton Lower Falls

Owner Jonathan Henke hopes to make his new location “an everyday store for everyone.”

Photos by Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe

Owner Jonathan Henke hopes to make his new location “an everyday store for everyone.”

Owner Jonathan Henke

Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe

Owner Jonathan Henke.

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Didriks, a stylish home shop in Huron Village, and its sister cookware shop down the street, Local Root, recently opened a combined spacious store in The Mill at Newton Lower Falls. Owner Jonathan Henke has curated a collection of stylish, utilitarian products, many European. Shelves are lined with sculptural stainless steel stockpots ($209 to $351) and Alessi casseroles ($152 to $323), French porcelain baking dishes, and rectangular roasters that look like cast iron by Revol ($40 to $184), and Mauviel’s beautiful curved French saute pans ($100 to $170). Sleek spatulas, ladles, whisks, and cheese slicers from the German company Rosle are here, along with Oxo Good Grips peelers, graters, and zesters (from $10). Sabre flatwear from France comes in two dozen fun, colorful patterns, like polka dots and gingham ($82 for 5 pieces). There’s fine tableware from Royal Copenhagen (up to $280 for a dinner plate) and everyday dishes from the Swedish company Rorstrand ($22), glassware from Vermont’s Simon Pearce (from $65), and sturdy Schott Zweisel wine glasses (from $9). Henke aims to make this location “an everyday store for everyone,” he says. Everyone with a little style, that is. Didriks and Local Root at The Mill at Newton Lower Falls, 2284 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls, 617-467-4847, www.themillat
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ANN TRIEGER KURLAND

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