Clean cut design leaves you reminiscent of the barbers chair while dropping some serious architectural knowledge on you here. The High & Tight stool incorporates a cantilevered design which, you may have heard about on that family planned architectural boat tour or it may have brushed your ear in some enlightening small talk at the holiday party. Turns out this shit works and in this case its holding your tush up over some beautiful pieces of walnut and blackened steel put together in such a way that you can brag about a miniature architectural masterpiece inside your home.
Available from Micklish.
In the flat plains of the the Texas pan handle where only tumbleweed rolls you might need to get a little creative when it comes to finding material to work with. These mixed species credenzas do just that by creating a patchwork of different colors, grains, and stains. Each one is unique, customizable, and thoughtfully laid out with a variety of drawers and storage spaces in cased in matching hardwood, lacquered wood, or blackened steel. Finishes like blackened steel pulls and hairpin legs give these pieces a true western flavor.
Available from Kith&Kin.
This playful and simple series of tables and consoles get in touch with your inner mid-century Scandinavian child. Made with beautifully rounded and sanded hardwood, the grain is fully featured either unfinished or lacquered in bright colors. Bloated or straight dowel legs complete each structure that graciously takes a back seat to your objects, photos, or decor.
Available from Assembly Design.
An hour or so outside of NY along the Hudson is the quaint artist community of Beacon. A place perfectly situated between the very best of modern design, turn-of-the century industrial space, and old world craftsmanship. Niche is at the heart of that creating, manufacturing, and finishing a line of blown glass pendants in a variety of shapes that will set any space apart.
Available from Niche.
It’s not often that Facebook advertisements make me look twice but, in this case a simple little shelving system had me clicking away. With it’s minimalist design and endless configuration possibilities made possible by a few well thought out accessories the aptly named “shelf” by Artifox is ready to go to work out of the box. It will hold your books, plants, keys, electronics, and even your dreams because you can write on the damn thing. Familiar materials like maple, walnut, and steel are all sourced and put together right near St. Louis.
Available from Artifox.
Seems like climbing and hiking runs in the blood of most Pacific North-westerners. That’s no different for Oregonian and NW Alpine’s founder Bill Amos who is out climbing in his backyard while designing gear made their too. Crafted from Polartec® High Efficiency Power Dry® fabric the Spider Hoody is built to withstand chilly mountain winds and breath as you sweat. On top of that there are perfectly placed pockets and thumbholes keeping everything close and cozy.
Available from NW Alpine.
Eventhough he has had a brush with fame on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Tony Oliver’s design studio doesn’t bare his name or an ego. It does represent the industrial hard-working history of its Baltimore surroundings. Turned as one piece from a solid block of either walnut or maple the Cannon lamp isn’t as rough around the edges as it appears.
Available from Dylan Design Co.
Designer Melanie Abrantes has connected with her Portuguese roots by selecting cork as one of her signature materials. Sustainably sourced from Portugal cork is antibacterial and porous making it the perfect material for use in this selection of dry goods bowls. She has paired the vessels with locally sourced walnut and cherry offered in a range of sizes. Each is hand crafted in her Oakland studio.
Available from Melanie Abrantes.
It’s a little hard to avoid being inspired by java in the pacific northwest. So in addition to helping fuel brothers Wesley and Dylan Harkavy’s obsession with skate boards and surf boards, coffee also pushed them through so many build hours working with richly stained boards of walnut that go into their appropriately named Cortado Coffee table. The piece share two levels of surface space between both wood and steel that define it’s split structural design and material selection. Handmade in Oregon and delivered to your home ready to accommodate your morning french press.
Available from Harkavy Furniture.
Clean design, a lifetime of wear, and all American made and sourced are just a few features you get with this heavy duty duffle by D’emploi. The blacked-out monochrome keeps a cornucopia of compartments hidden for your things while standing out with sophistication. Each bag is constructed in NY on a Depression-era Singer and the materials come from close-by. This bag will have your back in adventures for a long time to come.
Available from D’emploi.