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8 American-made Products, From Mycelium Lighting to Custom Seating

Think globally, act locally. These products are all-American.

Designer: Danielle Trofe of Danielle Trofe Design

Product: Hemi

Made in: Brooklyn, New York

Standout: The bio-designer’s pendant fixture is fabricated of sustainable hemp and molded, dried mycelium (aka mushroom roots). 

Designer: Blake Kahan of Willow Ship

Product: Figures

Made in: Portland, Oregon

Standout: A set of four hand-printed linen cocktail napkins by the graphic designer features buff-color pixels dancing across a melon ground. 

Photography by SLH Studio.

Designers: Molly Purnell and Rachel Bullock of Laun

Product: Ribbon

Made in: Los Angeles

Standout: Aluminum tubes combine to form an indoor-outdoor waterfall chair that’s specifiable in custom widths—accommodating one sitter or more. 

Designer: Stefani Stein of August Abode

Product: Hayworth

Made in: Los Angeles

Standout: The interior designer worked
with local craftspeople to create a characterful outdoor lounge and ottoman with bulbous cerused-teak feet. 

Designers: Rachel and Willow Cope of Calico Wallpaper

Product: Reverie

Made in: Brooklyn, New York

Standout: The studio co-founder (with husband Nick) collaborates with their five-year-old daughter, the result an expressionistic layering of abstract color fields. 

Designer: Kimille Taylor of Kimille Taylor

Product: Double Alexandre

Made in: Brooklyn, New York

Standout: A table lamp from the interior designer’s second lighting collection has a customizable ash base that can be painted any Benjamin Moore & Co. hue. 

Designer: Hlynur Atlason for Design Within Reach

Product: Vala

Made in: Hickory, North Carolina

Standout: Belying its minimal and sleek footprint, the Icelandic designer’s swiveling reclining arm­chair promotes rest and relaxation. 

Designers: Brad Ascalon and Ghislaine Viñas for Loll Designs

Product: Sunnyside

Made in: Duluth, Minnesota

Standout: The New York designers extraordinaire teamed up to envision a modular lounge set with water-repellant cushions atop a slatted base of post-consumer plastic. 

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