The marble or ash candlesticks with graphite tops are made in the Pacific Northwest, as are the beeswax candles, which are hand-turned on a lathe.
For nearly 75 years, Fiestaware has been produced in West Virginia. The iconic tableware line includes this microwave-safe serving tray.
- The ever-awesome Renegade Craft Fair touched down at Fort Mason in San Francisco last weekend, and the place was predictably chock-full of handcrafted brilliance.
- We recently had the chance to visit Williamsburg design shop, The Future Perfect's, newest west coast outpost in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco (check out our first report here!)…
Lewis’s industrial-meets-earthy lighting is sculpture for the table. Here, four blackened-steel lamps are joined into one fixture.
Xorel withstands a million double rubs before showing signs of wear. Now the polyethylene yarn fabric can be hot-pressed with five embossed patterns.
- Last week, Dwell visited this year’s fall edition of the design and interiors trade show Maison & Objet.
- Multiply the heroic candlestick by three, four, six, or ten. Add in some heavy-duty materials (iron, solid brass) and voilà: You’ve got hefty, scene-stealing candelabra for the modern age.