In our Modern Across America issue, we rounded up the best American-made products from across the country. Here's a look at some of the best products from the Midwest.
Crumpled Trees Wallpaper by Noël Ashby for CB2. Manufactured in CB2’s hometown, Chicago, the screen printed pattern of tree branches in the company’s first wallcovering collection comes in aqua or metallic.
Magazine Table by fferrone design. Native Chicagoan Felicia Ferrone uses powder-coated aluminum to craft a table that blends magazine storage with an end table.
Screwdriver set from Kaufmann Mercantile. A Michigan company produces the wood-handled eight-piece screwdriver set. The Philips- and flat-head steel blades are forged in Massachusetts.
Moro Anywhere Armoire by Room & Board. Minneapolis-based Room & Board produces 90 percent of its goods Stateside, like a Japanese-inspired armoire built in Vermont.
Bottle Rocks by Brush Factory. The cork stopper’s black walnut or maple wood tops are modeled after stones, and no two are exactly alike. Made in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Alexander Girard Throws by Herman Miller. To reproduce a blanket Alexander Girard designed for Braniff Airways in the 1960s, Michigan company Herman Miller tapped wool manufacturers Pendleton to render the pieces.
Paper Cup by Susty Party. 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.