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Explore - Accessories
Taylor, whose studio is in Stockholm, returns to the U.S.A. in February 2014 for a residency at San Francisco's NWBLK gallery. His showstopping vase, mirror, and dish are made of brass and raw...
Gray-and-white veining is just as effective in small doses, like a copper-topped candle-holder for the tabletop.
A roster of illustrious designers created pieces in solid black Nero Marquina marble for Avenue Road. Form meets function especially well in Lovegrove’s sculptural bookends.
The Saarinen-esque swoop of this feeder’s roofline suggests machine tooling, but every copper unit is made by hand in Virginia.
The Italian designer’s second collaboration with the American retailer yields over 100 summer-ready pieces, like these graphic towels.
The teak beverage cooler features a stitched leather handle and removable, polished-nickel-and-stainless-steel insert.
Two former Georg Jensen colleagues bring a similar heirloom approach to their new venture, a company producing handmade goods from classic materials, like the ash wood shown here.
Cheery, textured textiles for the beach or poolside designed by the impresarios of pastel, Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings.
Bocce, a lawn game whose lineage can be traced to the Roman Empire, is modernized with this hand-painted set by a Brooklyn studio.
Inspired by rocks, these faceted desktop accessories—tape dispenser, scissors, stapler, cup, pen, and alarm clock—are made of injection molded plastic.
Stow your travel trappings—like passports, boarding passes, and cash—in this vegetable-tanned leather pouch designed and made in Portland, Oregon.
Debuted at Salone Satellite in April 2014, the conical wood doorstop from Eugene, Oregon–based Studio Gorm has a looped handle for hanging when not in use.
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.
A modern interpretation of baskets used to collect crops, the powder-coated iron storage piece is made in Los Angeles and comes in 18- and 22-inch sizes.
Los Angeles–based studio Scout Regalia collaborated with makers in Philadelphia, Denver, and Alpine, New York, to fashion a steel-framed, powder-coated hybrid bike.
A Michigan company produces the wood-handled eight-piece screwdriver set. The Philips- and flat-head steel blades are forged in Massachusetts.
The cork stopper’s black walnut or maple wood tops are modeled after stones, and no two are exactly alike. Made in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Susty Party works with people from the Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually impaired in Cincinnati, Ohio, to make the compostable, sustainably harvested paper cups.
Bands of vibrant wool embroidery adorn the cotton throw pillow made in India.
Balboa Outdoor Pillow by Crate & Barrel, $35