• The Modern Fan Company
    @themodernfancompany
    The Modern Fan Company is the original and premier source for contemporary ceiling fan design, producing the most complete, exclusively modern collection of ceiling fans available.  Our products celebrate the modern idiom through mechanical simplification, geometric forms and contemporary finishes, and are intended to meet the needs of the professional specifier and the design-minded homeowner alike.
  • Deus Modern
    @deusmodern
    We are designers, fabricators, builders and thinkers who operate seamlessly between an architectural design studio and a modern workshop to ensure professional quality and constant innovation.
  • Gulf South Builders LLC
    @gulfsouthbuildersllc
    We are premier custom home builders and home remodeling experts on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. We offer turn key services to build your dream home from obtaining permits, inspection, insurance claims and of course all aspects of the construction project. We also offer the highest quality kitchen and bath remodels, home additions, handicap/aging renovations, roofing, storm damage recovery. Call us for a risk free consultation today.
  • Urban Outfitters
    @urban_outfitters
    Urban Outfitters is a global retailer with a boutique approach. Does that sound like a contradiction? How about this: Urban Outfitters is the biggest small retailer in the world. Still confused? That’s because we didn’t start Urban Outfitters to make sense on paper and we certainly never thought we’d be writing something like a brand bio. Hell, we don’t even have a logo.
  • Alpine Modern
    @alpine_modern
    Alpine Modern is a design and lifestyle brand based in Boulder, Colorado. Our story begins in 2013, when we opened the Alpine Modern Shop in downtown Boulder. From there, we dreamed big and created a beautiful quarterly print magazine about architecture, design and elevated living in the mountains around the world. Alpine Modern Issue 01 launched in November of 2014. We opened our first Alpine Modern Café in Boulder in August 2015 with the desire to create a physical space for the community to gather for a new elevated experience. Today, you can also shop thoughtfully curated products from known modern design brands as well as small maker labels at our Alpine Modern online shop at https://www.alpinemodern.com. Building on the love we received from readers of our printed magazine, we launched Alpine Modern Editorial (alpinemodern.com/editorial) this spring, where we continue to publish "slow content" about incredible cabins and splendid mountain homes, interviews with architects and designers, portraits of makers in the mountains, and musings on walks in the woods and alpine cooking ingredients. We are sharing with you a selection of Alpine Modern stories and Curations here at Dwell.com. Say hello to Alpine Modern via concierge@alpinemodern.com or talk to us on social media, where you find us under @alpinemodern.
  • Alter Urban
    @alter_urban
    Alter Urban was founded out of a conjoined thesis in 2002 which brought forth a founding belief that successful solutions are empowered by letting design lead. Since then, Alter Urban has transformed into a full service design collaborative. During its collective fifteen years of design experience, Alter Urban have created process that combines individual expression with community consciousness. The results are smart, innovative products, solutions, environments that meet the demands of modern living and elevate the beauty and function of everyday life. Located in Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. Alter Urban serves clients both regionally and nationally.
  • Urban Hardwoods
    @urban_hardwoods
    Urban Hardwoods announced the March opening of its newest retail furniture showroom. Located at 553 Pacific Avenue, the Jackson Square store displays an array of modern solid wood furniture with the spotlight on dining tables. Our furniture is made in Seattle from massive slabs of pacific madrone, black walnut, chinese elm, and other trees that spent their lifetimes in Seattle. Each piece is unique, each has a story to tell.
  • Modern Mailbox
    @modern_mailbox
    Modern Mailbox creates original, midcentury modern inspired mailboxes for homeowners with a passion for retro design. Handmade in America, featuring clean modern lines and hidden hardware, our modern mailboxes are the final step to creating the perfect midcentury modern or atomic ranch home.
  • People for Urban Progress
    @people_for_urban_progress
    People for Urban Progress was founded by Michael Bricker and Maryanne O'Malley—two citizens that wanted to create a better urban experience in Indianapolis.
  • Craft-Modern
    @craft_modern
    Craft-Modern seeks to design and produce unique products for the home. We have a modern aesthetic. We admire mid-century design but do not simply want to copy existing products. Our goal is design products that work in classic, mid-century homes as well as contemporary industrial lofts. We want to offer products with design options that allow for the customization of a home environment. Our first product, the Doorlenz allows for the updating and customization of the front door, the most important door of the home. It is economical, easy to install, and will show the unique personality of the homeowner.
  • Modern One
    @modern_one
    Opened in 1994, Modern One was an outlet for Benjamin Storck's obsessive collecting habits and love of 20th-century design.
  • Roost Modern
    @roost_modern
    Roost Modern is an interior design firm based in Newport, Rhode Island.