Lene Desk by Enkle Designs

You’ve decided to adopt the 24/7 face in your phone and laptop work life but, the catch is your apartment. It’s a sardine can and as much as you’d like to put an executive desk in there you can’t catch a break. Let the Lene desk do the space saving work for you. The walnut supports lean against the wall and make room for a shelf and working space made of ambrosia maple. These are slaved over woodworker Matt Booty in his North Carolina shop so that you can carry on.

Available from Enkle Design.

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Tucket Table by Michael Robbins

Copy/Paste/Undo doesn’t enter into Michael Robbins’s vocabulary and you wont find 3D software in his tool belt. His sharp eyes step into his shop with new ideas ready to freestyle and form pieces he immediately gets hands on with. The Tucket table reflects his distinctive modern colonial design and his flawless woodworking. Made from oak in Philmont, NY.

Available from Michael Robbins.

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Octadedron tables by Eric Trine

Oh geometry, why must you be so pretty? Eric Trine has brought out the best in you with lo fi polygon outlines that shift and morph at every angle. Making you pop with bright powder-coated colors that compete with nature’s best dress and able to resist her fury. Octadedrons never looked so good and if you are looking for a table to show off then you just got lucky.

Available from Eric Trine.

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Mixed Tableware by Julia Paul Pottery

You might see coffee rings but this collection of table top stoneware has natural organic swirls built in. Made by mixing both light and dark clays right on the pottery wheel Julia creates unique patterns that remind you of layers of earth or wood grain. If you are feeling a little less daring then she also has a simple cream collection. Each is made by hand with lead-free glazes in her Virginia studio.

Available at Julia Paul Pottery.

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Minimalist Jewelry by Wind Blown

Some accessories scream “Good gaudy!” while Wind Blown softly whispers light airy minimalism on your ear, wrist, and neck. Simple geometry built with modestly flashy materials like brass and marble instantly grant you that lookbook look. All are forged, twisted, and hammered by Rachel Calhoun in Raleigh. You also won’t have to hit up your safety deposit box to rock a few of these pieces.

Available at Wind Blown.

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MixUp Tables by Colleen & Eric

Colleen and Eric are not in line to board the next space shuttle but, they are winners of the NASA/Etsy SpaceCraft contest for their stellar furniture design. Their MixUp table collection also takes home the gold for its new take on a classic. The CNC milled legs mix up patterns and colors in a playful way under a solid wood table top that ships flat. Each is built in their Bushwick studio.

Available from Fiercely Made.

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Reusable Produce Bags by Cocooon

Every year millions of plastic bags get thrown in the trash after one use from the grocery or farmer’s market. Cocooon wants to put a dent in that number by offering a reusable produce bag that is designed to carry your veggies home and keep them fresh in the fridge. Made from Tyvek the bag is breathable and water resistant, letting moisture escape while keeping other liquids out. It is light and collapsible making it easy to carry. Cocooon is also recyclable. All of the materials are sourced in the U.S. and the product is built in Asheboro, NC.

Available from Cocooon.

100%Materials and labor all American.

Credenza by Workstead

Workstead is responsible for interior design on some of the freshest Brooklyn and NYC hotels, shops and residences. Out of that work has sprung a unique collection of lighting and furniture available for your home. Their simply titled credenza plays with light and angles to produce dynamic drawer and door faces that also are fun to pull. Beech or Walnut are sanded smooth to a satin finish that is soft to the touch and easy on the eyes. Each is built in their Brooklyn shop.

Available from Workstead.

100%Materials and labor all American.

Organic Cotton Sweatshirts by Boerum

Boerum is a perfect example of where simple clean design meets transparent and responsible production. Each of their sweatshirts starts on an Lubbock, Texas organic cotton farm, goes thorough one of a select few mills in NC, is sewn in Brooklyn, and ends up on your stylish self. There is a fitted style for both sexes plus an extra long cut just for the ladies.

Available from Boerum.

100%Materials and labor all American.

Coat Rack by Floyd

Sometimes you bit the minimal bug so hard that you got no coat closets. That just opens a whole new door for this coat rack to come lean on your walls and hang your nice furs or whatever else you can put on it. Powder-coated American made steel and oak dowels come flat packed straight out of Detroit and assemble with no tools needed.

Available from Floyd.

100%Materials and labor all American.