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June 27, 2013
Originally published in America the Beautiful
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West Coast
In the following pages, we toast American ingenuity by highlighting furniture and accessories designed and fabricated across four regions of the continental United States. Check out products from the Midwest, Northeast, and South here!
Alabax Large light by Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.
Alabax Large light by Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.

$135 A surface-mounted porcelain shade fabricated in Portland, Oregon.

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Pebble salt and pepper shakers by Pigeon Toe
Pebble salt and pepper shakers by Pigeon Toe

$58 These petite porcelain tabletop accessories, also from Portland, were cast from rocks plucked from the Washougal River.

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O Table by Half 13
O Table by Half 13

$2,800 This curvy powder-coated stainless steel outdoor table, fabricated by Damian Velasquez in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is available in nine vibrant colors.

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American Modern Pitcher by Russel Wright for Bauer Pottery Company
American Modern Pitcher by Russel Wright for Bauer Pottery Company

from $80 The Los Angeles ceramics company continues the iconic American Modern line, which sold over 250 million pieces of dinnerware from 1939 to 1959.

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99 by Von Tundra
99 by Von Tundra and Lydia Cambron

$13,000 Oregon-based Von Tundra’s unit combines three different storage options—a rack, drawers, and boxes—into a multipurpose dresser.

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Haverhill Rocker by Monroe Workshop
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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The Butler by Micklish
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

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Alabax Large light by Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.
Alabax Large light by Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.

$135 A surface-mounted porcelain shade fabricated in Portland, Oregon.

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