10 American-Made Home Brands We Love
We love the thrill of discovery, especially if it’s something right in our own backyard! That’s why we love keeping our eyes peeled and ears to the ground for local brands and companies that are absolutely killing it. They make shopping local and supporting the community of American artisans a breeze. To celebrate America this Fourth of July, we’ve rounded up 10 brands we love—some big, some small. Read on.
A trusted source for sustainable furniture and eco-friendly products, Cisco Home also produces a majority of its wares locally. It’s a great destination for classic and modern designs alike.
Los Angeles–based studio artist and designer Eric Trine’s furniture and objects have garnered cult attention lately. A West Elm feature has brought his colorful, powder-coated steel pieces to the masses, but everything is still made with a family-owned production facility in L.A.
This Brooklyn-based design studio, which specializes in furniture, wallpaper, pillows, and more adorned with beautiful kaleidoscopic prints, keeps all of its production local. Print-to-order fabrics mean it’s eco-conscious to boot.
This family-owned, California-based ceramics brand is a go-to for designers and homemakers alike. We love the earthy yet heirloom quality of its every-color dinnerware and serveware sets.
The Seattle-based studio of Jean Lee and Dylan Davis creates some of the most original products on the décor and design scene, mixing media, juxtaposing natural woods with shiny metallics, and exploring unique forms in its small objects and curiosities.
Inspired by the California modernist movement of the middle of the 20th century, Modernica produces furniture, lighting, ceramics, and more by hand out of a 1929 factory located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. We love its midcentury-inspired chairs and Case Study planters.
Pendleton Woolen Mills’ prints are utterly iconic. Instant heirlooms, the Portland, Oregon–based company’s blankets, pillows, and clothing feature patterns inspired by the American West and Native American history.
The original Pottery Barn opened in America’s epicenter of furniture production, North Carolina, which is where the major retailer’s factory still resides today. Everything from sofas to small-scale décor is USA-made.
This power couple of married designers builds furniture and products entirely in the USA. They produce light fixtures, textiles, pottery, and more in their home base of upstate New York, and partner with other artisans and manufacturers throughout the country.
With over 90% of its products American made, Room & Board is one of the largest furniture and décor retailers that allows you to keep it local. Its industrial-inflected contemporary offerings have an appealing versatility, so it’s a great source for handsome basics.
This heritage-inflected company sells a vast array of items, all of which have that appealing (and on-trend!) Americana vibe. The brand’s selection of USA-made lighting is especially robust.