• HormoneSynergy Store
    @hormonesynergystore
    Located in beautiful Portland Oregon, HormoneSynergy® Clinic provides the most advanced treatments for slowing the effects of aging and cognitive decline, while restoring health and vitality with the use of natural therapies, supplement and lifestyle recommendations, and bio identical hormones. Know more at visit https://www.hormonesynergycbd.com or call at 503-230-7990
  • Dawn Bradford
    @kids
    interior design
  • MoMA Store
    @moma_store
    Now more than ever, consumers appreciate that everything we live with—from tape dispensers to dish racks—can, and should be, well designed. The Museum of Modern Art has played a significant role in creating this awareness, through the establishment of its celebrated design collection in 1934 and its ongoing series of design exhibitions. Our stores, gift catalog, and online store share this view, and we are pleased to offer a selection of products that span nearly a century. Some of the earliest products are enjoying huge renewed interest—proof of the enduring quality of good design—and some of the latest, perhaps with the help of the Internet, are finding appreciative audiences around the world within months of their introduction. While technology has provided new materials and methods of production, the concept remains the same—thoughtfully designed products improve our everyday lives.
  • Kid O
    @kid_o
    All Kid O products are thoughtfully designed with a variety of opportunities to explore built right in. Each toy is constructed to engage and stimulate children again and again with a rich variety of shapes, colors, and sizes — so the possibilities for open-ended, creative play are limitless.
  • Kids on Roof
    @kids_on_roof
    Back to the source of life! Kidsonroof wishes to re-connect modern life with nature, rediscovering basic values. Kidsonroof offers an ecological approach to the act of playing. Stimulating creativity and imagination lies at the heart of Kidsonroofs products. Kidsonroof was established in 2005 by Romy Boesveldt (NL 68) and Ilya Yashkin (RUS 67). Together with their 3 kids and their little friends they manage a permanent testlab where new ideas keep coming up. A few weeks per year they go back to an oldfashioned simplicity when spending time in their little shed in the southern French mountains without electricity or running water. Ilya has been trained as an architural designer (Marchi in Moscow and Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. His designs are ingeniously three dimensional and very associative. Romy takes care of the conceptual development and styling.
  • The Container Store
    @the_container_store
    In 1978, Kip Tindell (Chairman and CEO), Garrett Boone (Chairman Emeritus), and Architect John Mullen opened a retail store offering an exceptional and eclectic mix of products devoted to helping people simplify their lives. Today, with locations from coast to coast, our stores average 25,000 square feet and showcase more than 10,000 innovative products to help customers save space and, ultimately, save them time. The store layout is divided into lifestyle sections marked with brightly colored banners such as Closet, Kitchen, Office and Laundry.
  • Kid Basix, LLC
    @kid_basix_llc
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  • A + R Store
    @a_r_store
    A+R is British ex-pat Andy Griffith, a former film editor and self-avowed design junkie, and Rose Apodaca, a pop culture and style journalist and author. In late 2005, the pair opened their tiny shop down the street from their home in the heart of L.A's creative enclave known as Silver Lake, keen on sharing their excitement for great new design with anyone who would listen. They followed up a year later with an online store. In fall 2007, A+R moved the store across town to Abbot Kinney in Venice, a town equally filled with a creative population who embrace the A+R viewpoint. From clocks to carafes, slippers to stuffed toys, baubles to bright lights, the constant is design that charms, functions and inspires.
  • Public School Supplies Store
    @public_school_supplies_store
    PUBLIC SCHOOL is a group of creative folk working on the east side of Austin. This site is our outlet for sharing the things we find while working in our respective creative fields. We work together when the projects call for it and separately when they don’t. Ultimately though we believe in the value of shared experiences and the ability to continue creative growth by learning from those around you. Our collective and individual clients include Chronicle Books, Conde Nast, Sweet Leaf Tea, Iron and Wine, Baylor University, Ogilvy & Mather, LIVESTRONG, Pearson Publishing, Stussy, Time Inc., NIKE, The University of Texas, The Sunday Times of London, as well as a few other folks.