Rhode Island-based Studio Dunn's Cumberland pendant lamp (seen here in Smoke Gray) was handblown in the firm's hot-glass workshop.
This versatile wooden sideboard was made by Sara Swecker for Nine6 Design from local materials sourced in Pennsylvania.
Sold in a set of three, these Egg Vases by Cal and Christy Breed of Orbix Hot Glass were handblown in their Alabama studio.
This red powder-coated steel framed Saddle Leather Cot was made by Marfa, Texas-based industrial designer Jamey Garza.
Warm up those chilly nights with these colorful merino handwoven wool blankets by Charles City County, Virginia-based Dianne Nordt of Nordt Family Farm.
Michigan's Scott Wilson and Minimal for Coalesse green SW_1 Lounge chair looks too good to be true, but is 100 percent recyclable.
This eco-free wallpaper (PVC-, VOC-, and vinyl-free) titled 'Turnkey Chevron' was designed by Andi Kubacki for Detroit Wallpaper. Available in 60 different color combinations.
Made from reclaimed lumber, Chicago-based design collective Strand Design's wood veneer-clad Seven Lamp is a simple work of beauty.
The Los Angeles ceramics company continues Russel Wright's iconic American Modern line (red pitcher seen here), which sold over 250 million pieces of dinnerware from 1939 to 1959.
Oregon-based Von Tundra’s 99 unit combines three different storage options—a rack, drawers, and boxes—into a multipurpose dresser.