In celebration of the Fourth of July on Friday, T & B has carefully selected a few USA-made, handmade home decor products featuring the theme of texture because it’s both visually pleasing and tactically satisfying. All of these wonderful products are curated from one of my favorite new sites, The American Edit, a “style-minded map to Made in America” with an A-list collection of USA brands. I also love it because it was started right here in Minneapolis!
1.) Dots & Stripes Set (Rebecca Atwood) 2.) Cape Patchwork #1 pillow (Rebecca Atwood) 3.) Etched Plate (Heath Ceramics) 4.) Palo Santo Wood Sticks (Imogene + Willie) 5.) Weekender Stripe Wool Throw (Faribault Woolen Mill)
Rebecca Atwood’s desk of inspiration from her blog. And in honor of the 4th, she is having a sale through Monday (and she only does sales twice a year!). [photo by Emily Johnston]
Heath Ceramics, newly opened in San Francisco. See how they make their products here.
Watch a behind-the-scenes video here on the story of how Imogene + Willie all started.
“Founded on the banks of the Cannon River in Faribault, MN, the Faribault Woolen Mill is a living testament to American craftsmanship.” Read more about the art of wool and snag 25% off all flag throws through July 7th.
Content curated by Sara Chars.