- From our Modern Across America issue, check out these great products made in the Southeastern U.S.
Handcrafted in Portland, the Peninsula Chair—an homage to Klebba’s home state, Michigan, in name and in its honest construction—features a wood frame, leather seat, and brass details.
The petite secretary desk can fit in even the smallest home office; its powder-coated legs are available in eight colors.
Marrying new materials with traditional ones, this lighting series features 3-D printed nylon shades and a Swiss-pine structure.
Designer Emily Diamandis’s travels to Asia and Central America inspired the pattern on the 34-by-70-inch, 100 percent cotton towel made in South Carolina.
Hand braided from hemp and measuring 30 by 18 inches, the mat originates from Charleston, South Carolina.
- There are few things nicer than cooking in cast iron (you can make everything from casseroles to cookies in such a skillet).
Using a mixture of recycled polypropylene and natural wood fiber, the Italian manufacturer has made a stacking chair whose production is kinder to the environment.