Made in the USA
A celebration of American furniture, art and design.
Serving trolley by recent Rochester Institute of Technology graduate Bowen Liu, handcrafted in upstate New York.
Heartwork is a company founded by CEO Karen John, a furniture designer who trained in Milan and who holds a masters in...
This powder-coated steel light is handmade in Cincinnati, Ohio, by designer Andrew Neyer.
As an exercise honoring the Shaker tradition, Rhode Island-based designer Chris Specce created a series of Handy Rakes...
Heirloom-quality quilts by Portland, Oregon, company Fieldwell.
Marble series porcelain plate designed by Philadelphia-based studio...
Homage to the Square:...
Large-scale mosaic by Winold Rice, 1933, is comprised of reflective penny tiles and measures 20 feet by 20 feet.
Rope basket by artisan Tanya Aguiñiga, who created this piece by dip-dying hand-knit cotton rope in a vat of chartreuse.
Evelyn Ackerman created this hand-woven, wool wall hanging in 1962.
This is an early example of the Time-Life stool created by Charles and Ray Eames for the Time-Life lobby in New York,...
Blown-glass vessels by Andi Kovel of Esque, a collaborative studio in Portland that she shares with her partner, Justin...
Linen-and-wool tapestry by Loja Saarinen, 1928-29.
The intricate system of connection in Ruth Asawa's crocheted wire sculptures was inspired by the handiwork of Mexican...
Plastic composite trays by George Nelson, 1950s.