American Made: 7 Designers to Watch

American Made: 7 Designers to Watch

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Nancy Mitchell
Feb 9, 2015
(Image credit: Fredericks & Mae)

Here's something we're really excited about: beautiful things for your home made right here in the good old U.S. of A. I wandered the aisles at NY Now, New York's twice yearly gift and housewares show, in search of designers who are making and manufacturing interesting products here in America. Here are seven of my favorites.

Be sure and click through to each designer's website to see the rest of their lines.

Above: Everything from Fredericks & Mae is made at their studio in Brooklyn. These horsehair tassels can be used as decorative objects (or as super-fancy brooms).

(Image credit: Fredericks & Mae)

These linen towels are perfect for the beach, and also perfect hanging on the wall.

(Image credit: Easy, Tiger)

Beer snob glasses by Kansas City-based Easy, Tiger. $11.99 ea.

(Image credit: Nancy Mitchell)
(Image credit: Nancy Mitchell)

I was really taken with these quilts by Louise Gray. They're all made in the U.S., and prices start at $395. Her website goes live in March - until then you can email info@louisegray.com.

(Image credit: Lint and Honey)

Ok, so this pillow is made in Canada... close enough? Haze pillow by Lint and Honey, starting at $50.

(Image credit: Holstee)

Holstee is another Brooklyn-based studio, specializing in inspirational letterpress prints and posters. Constellations poster, $36 from Holstee.

(Image credit: Happy Habitat)

These cotton throws by Happy Habitat are thick, soft, and incredibly colorful. And they're made in the USA from recycled fibers.

(Image credit: Minam)

Almost everything from Lostine is made by small manufacturers in the US, including these cutting boards, starting at $96.

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