8 Furnishings and Home Accents Made in America

From textiles with architectural motifs to graphic 70s-inspired wallpaper, these furnishings and home accents showcase the best of American-made designs.

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Loma by Alberto Vélez and Angie West of Refractory

a cast bronze console table

The Chicago studio cofounders made the underside of this cast-bronze console as intriguing as the top, its textured profiles referencing mountainous terrain.

Equilibrium Pink by Stephanie Eventov of Society of Wonderland

graphic wallpaper in pink and red

Statement wallpaper from the digital artist based in Brooklyn, New York, channels the vibe of nu-disco: ’70’s disco made contemporary with EDM beats.

Rondel Pair by Tracy Glover of Tracy Glover Studio

a glass double sconce made of two overlapping purple glass circles

The Pawtucket, Rhode Island, designer’s glass double sconce (originally created for her own powder room) casts evocative patterns on the wall.

Fabrics by Courtney Krug of At300Nelson

black and white architectural motifs on fabric rolls
Photography by Adrian Gaut.

The Floridian founder of the new fiber and dry-goods line prints a linen-cotton blend with artistic black-and-white
motifs, many of them architectural.

Ripple by Mark Warren of Haand

porcelain dishwater in a turmeric colored glaze

The lead-free porcelain dishware’s new Turmeric glaze celebrates 10 years of the pottery studio cofounder making all pieces in a Burlington, North Carolina, former mill.

Grant by Jeremy Graef and Matthew Noll of Connate Home

a swivel chair with wood backing and blue upholstered seat

The Los Angeles natives and cofounders’ West Hollywood–made swivel chair with a tailored seat and down-filled cushions comes in several wood and upholstery options.

Marella by Robert McKinley of Studio Robert McKinley

a ceiling-mounted light fixture with a rattan exterior and sparkling glass over the light

The New York designer and hospitality guru offers up a ceiling-mounted light fixture celebrating the tension between sparkling glass and loops of casual rattan.

Capsule by Roberto Gil of Casa Kids

a birch-plywood bunk bed with a red ladder

A Baltic birch-plywood bunk bed by the Argentine-born, Brooklyn-based company founder features portholes that complement its playful space-age shape.

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