Bailey McCarthy’s Biscuit Home is rooted in Southern and Texas style and completely manufactured in the USA. From printed sheet sets to customized linen and pique pillow shams, the Biscuit collection is sure to brighten your bedroom. If you’re looking to add punchy pattern and unexpected color combinations to your space, mix and match a few of their pieces to make a stylish statement.
1435 Westheimer Road
Houston, TX 77006
Yield Design Co.
Husband and wife duo Rachel Gant and Andrew Deming’s Yield Design Co. specializes in jewelry, furniture, lighting, leather goods, and more. A few of our favorite pieces include a copper cup, ceramic French press coffee maker, and a natural leather and glass coffee table that is sure to make you swoon.
25 Palmer Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084
The Company Store
Forever a classic, every piece of The Company Store’s bedding is made on American soil. From classic sheets and shams to fluffy duvets (not to mention our own collab, The Domino Collection), The Company Store offers tried and true bedroom pieces to ensure a cozy and restful night’s sleep.
Store locations available here.
Melanie Abrantes Designs
Each piece of Melanie Abrantes’s Bay Area-based eponymous product line is created by a technique called lathing, where she reshapes wood and cork into uniquely designed home wares. Shop her online site for bowls, stools, and planters that will add a natural, textured element to any space. What’s more, Melanie hosts workshops to share her tricks of the handmade trade.
155 Filbert St.
Suite 102 Oakland, CA 94607
Have you ever seen a lovelier spot to take a snooze? New Orleans-based Leontine Linens has become one of the most coveted custom linen designers in the country—and for good reason. Place an online order and work closely with one of their specialists over phone or email, or visit their stunning showroom off of Magazine Street to have a one-on-one consultation to create the linen suite of your dreams.
3806 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70115
You know you’ve always wanted one. Something you probably didn’t know? Each and every KitchenAid stand mixer is hand-assembled at a factory in Greenville, Ohio. Could this explain why their iconic countertop appliance comes in red, white, blue… and every other color you can imagine?
Shop the KitchenAid stand mixer here.
We’ve rarely seen a speckled home accessory we didn’t like. Scratch that, we’ve never seen a product from The Granite that we didn’t need. And what’s perhaps the best part about the Portland-based home accessory line: It’s female-owned and managed, and offers handpainted housewares, pendant lights, and the cutest matchboxes you’ve ever seen.
323 NE Wygant Street, Suite 201
Portland, OR 97211
Whose Pinterest board isn’t full of bright white kitchens boasting a Viking range? The Mississippi-based appliance company has managed to keep their manufacturing stateside, giving us just one more reason yearn for one. For the fully-obsessed, plan a getaway to the Viking HQ down in the Mississippi Delta, where the Viking Cooking School hosts classes devoted to homegrown cuisine led by some of the South’s most acclaimed chefs.
325 Howard St.
For Viking Cooking School class schedule, click here.
There’s something about perfect, white sheets that will never go out of style and California-based Authenticity 50 is well-aware of this timeless trend. Their motto is “from seed to stitch,” as their entire manufacturing process is done in the United States using top-notch, California-grown Supima cotton. They pride themselves on their direct-to-consumer model and “unimported” manufacturing process to stay true to their authentic mission.
The company is launching Carolina Gray bedding (in honor of the mill that weaves their fabric!), which will be available for purchase next month.
2110 Artesia Blvd #618
Redondo Beach, CA 90276