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Expert metal fabricators construct the modular Icon Wall System. One or more covers a process that includes laser cutting, precision bends (made using tools more common in military and automotive...
Simple lines, rich materials, and elegant craftsmanship are the hallmarks of Seattle’s premier custom kitchen shop, Henrybuilt. Made with FSC-certified wood by the 20 craftspeople in the...
Made to order in the heart of Los Angeles from luxurious foreign fabrics, the 600-thread-count Sei duvet cover is cut and sewn at Matteo’s factory, which is adjacent to its design studio....
Made using 288 recycled plastic milk jugs, the Racer rocker zips down the fast lane of sustainable design. Reuse is a big part of Loll’s production ethos: All its products are made at the...
The Portland Cement Company makes these tiles out of a proprietary concrete, which is cast in a wedge-shaped seven-inch-hexagon mold and left to dry overnight, then for a few weeks on a baking sheet.
The average 736 TR spends about eight hours on the production line, but it’s the 5 to 24 hours spent on test runs that assure the quality of this Energy Star–rated appliance. Pieces and...
The clean lines and warm finish make the Evans table a good fit for trads, mods, and those who can’t make up their minds. The family-run metal fabricator Bell Manufacturing makes the steel...
At Mattermade, nothing is more important than capturing the exact specifics of a design, which means that the best results are achieved without the use of machines. An actual person bends and welds...
A bellwether in America’s shift in taste toward modern design, potter and artist Russel Wright’s 1937 American Modern line of dishes and tableware has all the clean, expressive warmth...
The purest expression of what American mailboxness is and ever will be, the Gibraltar ALM 11000 is a poem in smooth finished aluminum. Pick one up at any big hardware store for under $20.
Made since 1896 and refreshingly unattached to any celebrity chef, the 12-inch skillet from Lodge Cast Iron is a built-for-the-ages stalwart of American-made cookware. Perfect for baking, braising,...
Though the residents of the last working Shaker village may have set aside their tools, you can still get your fix of elegant simplicity from the replicas produced by Shaker Workshops. The slightly...
Ask a child to draw a picture of a picnic basket and you’ll get something rather like this handmade holder of outdoor treats. Best of all, a wooden divider on the bottom protects that apple...
No, your Ray-Bans won’t get you laughed out of the barbecue, but if the aim is to look like, you know, an actual pilot, you can’t go wrong with the glasses Randolph Engineering makes...
As potent today as when the Great Bambino swung one. Nothing screams “America” louder or with such verve as a Louisville Slugger. They’re still made in downtown Louisville, and...
Before you got into urban homesteading, before you were drinking obscure Vermont microbrews out of them at the off-campus co-op, even before your grandmother started keeping her leftovers in them,...
Oregon’s Pendleton Woolen Mills produces a small group of colorful blankets inspired by America’s great open spaces that are a fitting and cozy ode to our great national parks.
We love Sausalito, California–based Heath Ceramics for carrying the torch of mid-century design and California manufacturing. For their drinking glasses, they linked up with an 80-year-old...
Made to fit your standard six-pack, designer Patrick Long’s handsome canvas sack has its priorities straight. Long and his “nuts-and-bolts studio run by multitaskers” in Portland,...
Though Domestic Aesthetic is based in Brooklyn, its undulating Bamboo tray is handcrafted in Detroit. Its makers had previously worked supplying metal parts to the auto industry but have branched...