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  1. Pyrex

    PYREX glass products, sold in North America, have been manufactured in the United States since 1915.

    02.04.10

  2. Prepara

    Each and every Prepara product is designed to help bring out the very best in the home chef. Whether it's an envious glance of a visiting neighbor or a simplified task while preparing a meal-...

    01.02.09

  3. Fresh Preserving Store

    Preserving in America for 125 years.

    01.02.09

  4. Kinetic Cookware

    Kinetic Cookware

    Kinetic Cookware specializes in the design, development, and marketing of high quality metal cookware constructed of stainless steel, aluminum, copper, carbon steel, and tri-ply laminated metals.In...

    01.02.09

  5. Cuisipro

    Cuisipro

    Cuisipro produces a range of kitchen tools, utensils and accessories that are as functional and innovative as they are beautiful. Catering to a broad global customer base, including both home chefs...

    01.02.09

  6. Bormioli Rocco

    Bormioli Rocco’s first glassware factory dates back to 1825, but historians say the origins of Bormioli Rocco glass can be traced back to the Middle Ages. Thanks to continuing investment in...

    01.02.09

  7. Urbio

    Urbio

    A magnetic modular system that attaches to any surface for indoor or outdoor vertical gardening and home organization.

    04.26.12

  8. Luxxbox

    Luxxbox

    Luxxbox

    05.01.12

  9. Symbol Audio

    Symbol Audio

    Symbol Audio, a New York-based design firm, handcrafts modern audio HIFI consoles and vinyl LP storage cabinets in the tradition of fine furniture. Its collection is designed to provide distinctive...

    09.05.12

  10. Yube Modular Furniture

    Yube Modular Furniture

    Yube fits right into any space, home or office. New eco-friendly materials combined with great design bring durability with personality. Customize and accessorize to build the structure for you.

    10.01.12

  11. Light Box
    My House

    Light Box

    For Tad Beck, making a home out of a stolid, windowless warehouse meant opening it up from the inside out.

    written by: Fred A. Bernstein
    photos by: Dave Lauridsen
    01.15.09

  12. A BoConcept Makeover
    A Great Idea

    A BoConcept Makeover

    When we moved into an Edwardian apartment in San Francisco's Mission District four years ago, we trucked in our furniture, set the pieces where we thought they made sense, and haven't changed much...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    07.11.11

  13. Salvage Love
    My House

    Salvage Love

    The first year out of college is a wildcard for most people. Whether spent bumming around Europe with a backpack or slogging through a suffocating desk job, it’s often a year with little...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    photos by: Misty Keasler
    01.14.09

  14. On the Rock
    Green

    On the Rock

    Katja and Adam Thom’s cabin, on an exposed postglacial archipelago in Canada’s windswept Georgian Bay, is more than eight miles from the nearest road.

    written by: Geoff Manaugh
    photos by: Mark Giglio
    01.15.09

  15. Expandable Kiosk
    Post

    Expandable Kiosk

    Paris firm h2o Architectes recently completed the renovation of an art house cinema, which includes an ingenious puzzle-like furniture feature in its 430-square-foot lobby.

    written by: Diana Budds
    09.20.12

  16. A Clean Slate
    House Tours

    A Clean Slate

    A few big ideas—and some careful workmanship—transform the very small kitchen of a one-bedroom Brooklyn apartment into an expansive space suited to a young professional with a taste for...

    written by: Mark Lamster
    photos by: Jeremy Liebman
    02.15.10

  17. Emerald in the Rough
    House Tours

    Emerald in the Rough

    An architect and artist flee Dublin for the countryside to build a biodegradable house and raise their children.

    written by: Virginia Gardiner
    photos by: Cornelius Scriba
    01.19.09

  18. Making Sense of the City
    House Tours

    Making Sense of the City

    The Mariscal residence in downtown San Diego is just one surprise in a city rarely associated with innovative urban structures.  

    written by: Andrew Wagner
    photos by: Randi Berez
    07.20.09

  19. Fine Dine-ing
    My House

    Fine Dine-ing

    Interior and furniture designer Nick Dine—son of pop artist Jim Dine—has a love-hate relationship with his 2,000-square-foot Hudson Square condo loft. A long rectangle, it was born a...

    written by: Mimi Zeiger
    photos by: Jeremy Liebman
    08.03.10

  20. Reusable Sandwich Bags by LunchSkins
    Product

    Reusable Sandwich Bags by LunchSkins

    It's a shock that it's taken so long for a product like this to come along. We have reusable containers (thanks Earl Tupper!), lunch boxes, grocery totes, and even produce bags but until recently,...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    10.14.10

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