Signal Lamp by Travis James for May Furniture Co. Blending science fiction, Futurism, and minimalism, the 12-inch-tall table lamp made in Brooklyn references radio towers and transmission devices.
Driscoll Bar Cart by Frank Carfaro for Desiron. The New York-made walnut bar cart has a hand-welded brass frame that nods to swinging midcentury cocktail hours.
Dune Wallpaper by Jill Malek. The New York designer’s latest pattern is part of her Shifting Landscapes line, which explores the transforming nature of shared terrains like rippling sand dunes.
Ceiling Planter by Farrah Sit for Light + Ladder. Vegetable-tanned leather cradles an eight-inch-wide ceramic planter fashioned in Brooklyn.
SU Small Stool by Nendo for Emeco. Exploring the plain, unadorned Japanese aesthetic called Su, Emeco showcases the beauty of modest materials, like concrete and reclaimed wood, in this series crafted in Pennsylvania.
Armchair by Barber Osgerby for Knoll. Pennsylvania-based Knoll—known for its midcentury classics—outsourced production to Indiana for this contemporary armchair with aluminum legs that peek out from the upholstery.
Corner Mirror by Assembly Design. Give small spaces the illusion of more depth with this New York City–made bronze corner mirror supported by an ash frame. Custom finishes available.
Geo Footed Glass by Simon Pearce. While the company originated in Ireland, Simon Pearce now creates all of its wares in Maryland and Vermont, like the lead-free dishwasher safe ten-ounce glass shown here.