This New Jersey designer–turned–stay at home mom found her footing as an entrepreneur making tiny throwback newsboy caps for her infant son.
From disco ball–inspired paper plates to candy-colored confetti and glittery garlands galore, these party supplies are anything but ordinary.
Potter Michal Keren Gelman’s functional ceramics are pretty enough to earn their keep as purely decorative pieces—but each one does so much more.
Merging the beauty of sustainable fashion and classic design, the accessories by this Brooklyn-based entrepreneur are anything but disposable.
Combining her love of photography and farmhouse vintage, Sue Templin takes pride in giving old heirlooms new life for the modern age.
Calling all plant lovers: Bring the outside in with greenery galore from this Portland-based specialty nursery.
This NYC designer creates eye-catching, easy-to-wear statement jewelry that goes with everything from T-shirts to cocktail dresses.
From their Seattle workshop, brothers Brandon and Brian Madsen lovingly source and restore a treasure trove of Scandinavian modern furniture.
From her studio in Lithuania, Evelina Dedel crafts beautiful—and durable—handmade children’s clothing using sustainable, eco-friendly materials.
This mother-daughter team combines decades of real-world tailoring experience with a fresh aesthetic to design dreamy wedding gowns and chic coats.
This France-based photographer, painter, and paper goods maker finds inspiration—and art supplies—in the natural world.
When fine-art photographer Barbara Perrino turned her eye to textile design, this line of modern, minimalist quilts was the (beautiful) result.
How one woman’s natural hair journey launched an eco-friendly bath and body empire.
From her just-built yurt in rural Vermont, lingerie designer Hanna Broer stitches up eco-friendly bras and underwear to suit any shape.
Nods to nature and Art Nouveau are common threads of this Canadian photographer-turned-metalsmith’s line of custom wedding jewelry and other gems.
Hoping to spend more time on the mat this year? Get inspired with this all-cotton yoga apparel line, named after the Sanskrit word for truth.
Start the new year on an organized—and inspiring—note, thanks to the delightfully analog planners and notebooks in this illustrated accessories line.
Husband and wife team Lucas and Hayley Lepola find inspiration for their upbeat accessories line in the happy events they live through together.
From their Nashville studio, two friends (and one resident shop dog) create intricate, fun-to-assemble 3D kits in a variety of shapes and sizes.
New York jewelry maker Nadirah Bostick believes beautiful things shouldn’t be saved for special occasions—and her ultra-wearable designs are proof.
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