GUIDE: National

High Design

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    A+R

    “... a sophisticated (and often humorous) collection that ranges from Danish laboratory drinking glasses to a Czech porcelain Wellington boot vase.” —Metropolitan Home READ REVIEW

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    Big Picture Farm

    What's better than farm fresh milk? Candy made from farm fresh milk. And that’s what Big Picture Farm specializes in. READ REVIEW

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    Bongenre

    Antiques dealer Jill Fenichell discovered the perfect formula for chaos: Combine precious porcelain with precious family. (And don’t mix well.) So she started making her own tableware, a combo of tough materials and timeless motifs and patterns of her own design. READ REVIEW

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    Corbe

    Instead of pulling out the same old pie plates and casserole pans this year, why not put a fun twist on nostalgia and make those dishes from your childhood in the shape of your home state? READ REVIEW

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    Esque Studio

    Justin Parker and Andi Kovel are literally breathing new life into the art of glassblowing, creating unique handmade, to-order pieces that are functional, beautiful, and collectible. READ REVIEW

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    Jacaranda Home

    Specializing in luxurious handmade items for the home from Mexico and Latin America—all handmade and with a focus on sustainability. READ REVIEW

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    Studiopatro

    A company that “... claims the humble, dish-and hand-drying tea towel as the sole canvas on which to unleash its sweet graphics.”—7x7 magazine READ REVIEW

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    The Uncommon Green

    theUncommonGreen offers a range of home wares that come designed with etched maps of both American and international locales. READ REVIEW

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    Wholesome Digs

    Wholesome Digs, a company started last year by a Seattle couple, sources eco-friendly serving boards, kitchen utensils, and more from artisans internationally. READ REVIEW


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