Made in the USA: 6 Product Designs We Love Part Two
Federal Hook by Isabella Furniture, $225
Paul Isabella, a Savannah College of Art and Design graduate, makes handcrafted, contemporary furniture from his Minne-apolis woodshop.
Large strap leather basket by byAMT, $253
New York City designer Alissia Melka-Teichroew, in collaboration with Mimot Studio, reinterprets the Shaker basket with natural belt-leather strapping and copper-plated hardware.
Large jar by Ben Fiess, $110
Recently relocated back to his home state of Minnesota, Fiess made these ice cream-hued jars out of a studio in Philadelphia.
Woodrun rug in Fiesta Bright Multi by Capel Rugs, $630
One of North Carolina’s most successful vertical manufacturing operations, Capel spins, dyes, weaves, and sews its sturdy braided rugs in-house.
The Butler by Micklish, $170
Solid walnut and Baltic birch conceal hiding spots for keys, wallet, a cell phone charger, all in a wall-mounted unit made in Curtis Micklish’s San Diego
Haverhill Rocker by Monroe Workshop, $5,000
Cranbrook graduate Matt Monroe now produces made-to-order furniture in his Los Angeles workshop, like this modern rocker with wool upholstery.
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