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Posts Tagged ‘American Made’

Our Find: Peapack Mitten Company

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Last year, my aunt gave me a pair of embroidered mittens from Peapack Mitten Company for Christmas. Two winters later, they are still my must-have accessory when it’s chilly outside. Made from 100% wool and lined with polarfleece, they are the warmest mittens I’ve ever owned. (That’s saying a lot, considering I grew up in [...]

American Made: Red & Brown

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Happy New Year’s Eve! If you’re like me, you’ve been indulging in lots of treats during the holidays and, come summer, Red & Brown‘s cocktail cherries are next on my list. Made with fresh New York State cherries, these flavored garnishes taste delicious in your favorite drink, but they also shine on top of milkshakes, ice [...]

An “Extraordinary Ordinary” Holiday Exhibit

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Looking for home goods with a little extra flair? Divine Details is a shop and exhibit of the “extraordinary ordinary.” With creative twists on everyday household items, this compilation highlights products that are as beautiful as they are functional. I want so many of these objects for my own apartment, but with the holidays right [...]

American Made Series: Belle Helmets

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Artist Danielle Baskin, a Chicago native and the proprietor of Belle Helmets, didn’t even wear bike helmets prior to moving to New York City. The NYU grad worked on her first helmet in 2007, and it was the first one she’d ever bought. “I decided to paint a blue sky on it to sort of…camouflage [...]

American Made Series: Live-Edge Wood Tables

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We can’t take our eyes off this handmade live-edge table by John Rush, an artisan in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. (He also happens to be an exotic mushroom farmer!) Each table is made from a single slab of wood found nearby, sometimes on the very land where John grows his crops. For this table, John used a 24-foot [...]

Everything You Need to Know About Haunted Houses (Plus Decoration Ideas!)

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Remember the cool renovation review site Porch? In honor of Halloween, the Porch team compiled an infographic about haunted houses across the country with a bunch of fun facts. Check it out here. We learned that twice as many people decorate their homes for Halloween than visit a haunted house! If you’re feeling crafty, we have tons [...]

Shop at the Martha Stewart American Made Market

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For more than 20 years, Martha and the editors of Living have supported and celebrated American makers from across the country. Last week, Martha hosted our second annual American Made event in New York City, but we didn’t stop there! With the help of eBay, we’ve launched the Martha Stewart American Made Market, which features [...]

Join Us at American Made!

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Calling all New Yorkers! Today is the start of Martha Stewart’s second annual American Made Event in New York City and we couldn’t be more excited. Our two-day American Made Market is located in the historic Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal. Stop by on your way to or from work, or make a day out of [...]

American Made Series: Pillbug Designs

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About five years ago, Michigan girl Missy Orge observed a flock of birds standing in the snow. “It struck me how cold their legs must get,” she says. “Tiny, bony legs and those fat, little bodies.” When she couldn’t stop thinking about it, Orge hit the sewing machine and produced a pair of green flowered [...]

American Made Series: Hollybeth Organics

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In our search for American Made beauty products, we came across Hollybeth Organics, a charming line of natural, organic and made in the USA face and body care full of southern charm and comfort. We snagged a few minutes of founder Hollybeth Anderson’s time to share her story. Tell us a little about what drove [...]