8 Standout Furnishings and Accents Made in America
Enliven any room with these unique pieces made in the US.
The Essential Chair by Phantila Phataraprasit of Sabai Design
This pillowy seat covered in a velvet made from recycled water bottles is the first from the Black and Asian women–owned sustainable brand that’s produced in High Point, North Carolina.
Waterways by Emily Daws of Emily Daws Textiles
Crafted in her workroom on Johns Island, South Carolina, the designer’s hand-illustrated and digitally printed Belgian linens evoke the romance of summers in Charleston County.
Pattern Penchant by Debra Folz of Debra Folz Design
The designer’s first collection of architectural glass for interiors includes freestanding or suspended overlapping circles of laminated low-iron glass made in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Arch by Chelsea and James Minola of Grain Design
Fabricated in the Pacific Northwest from Portuguese cork, the table and bench are cut from the cylindrical forms standard to the cork-production process, yielding minimal waste. Through Colony.
The Ambrose Heal Club Set by Lula LaFortune of Lulu LaFortune
Brittany’s Denim Dress at the 2001 American Music Awards & Her Date’s Canadian Tuxedo is the hyper-specific pop-culture colorway of the polyester on the seating by the young Angeleno.
Allcomer John Randall of Bien Hecho
Stools that come in wood species such as Pennsylvania black walnut and cedar have curves shaped by hand using a spoke shave and rasp at the company’s Brooklyn Navy Yard studio.
Oanh by Douglas Levine for Bright
Named after a friend, the intriguingly split lounge chair, with coordinating sofa, by the founder of his namesake interior-design studio is crafted in Middletown, New York.
Cortado by Simon Anton and Olivia Eshe Holt of Thing Thing
The founder of the Detroit studio and his BFA-student apprentice experiment with manufacturing items out of industrial waste, like these speckled tabletops made from a blend of recycled plastics.
These Terra-Cotta Tile Designs Elevate Any Staycation
Madcap Cottage presents their new series of glazed terra-cotta tiles inspired by tropical gardens and Caribbean patterns to bring vacation back home.
Wood Melbourne Brings Postmodern Pop to the Bathroom
Add a postmodern pop of color to the bathroom with Chromablock, Wood Melbourne’s evocatively hued resin faucet handles in two distinct shapes.
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From sculptural candles to embroidered tablecloths, these home accents double as ideal gifts for interior designers.