Eric Pfeiffer created the clever desk for Offi State College, Pennsylvania.
Tag: "products made in the U.S.A"
Another fine product made in the United States comes from Pendleton Woolen Mills of Washougal, Washington. Pendleton Woolen Mills produces a small group of colorful blankets inspired by America’s great open spaces that are a fitting and cozy ode to our great national parks.
The Evans table by Room & Board is manufactured in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The family-run metal fabricator Bell Manufacturing makes the steel bases. The process of machining, grinding and painting the table takes a day to complete. Room & Board then assembles the pieces.
Stephen Burks created the Circus shelves for Mattermade and they are manufactured in Brooklyn, New York. The product is handmade and even the oak is finished by hand.
This dresser is manufactured in Bradford, Vermont by DWR Design Studio for Design Within Reach.
Another great product still made in the United States of America: Crayola Crayons in Easton and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
The Portland Cement Company of Oregon makes these tiles from a proprietary concrete which they then cast in a hexagon mold. The tiles are then dried on a baking sheet for several weeks.
Noodler’s Ink is based in Fayetteville, Georgia and is the maker of the famed GI Green Ink. GI Green has been reformulated into a darker and more durable green with improved multi-spectrum shading. It is no longer as close a replica to the conventional green of the war years that it was originally based upon. […]
McIntosh was originally founded in Silver Springs, Maryland, 1949. The current Binghamton, NY factory, constructed in 1956, continues to grow with the company. McIntosh created the legendary MT10 Turntable along with a number of tube amplifiers. Since 1961, the legendary McIntosh MC275’s characteristically smooth, pleasing, and powerful sound has been the top choice of music […]
The modular Icon Wall System by Ali Tayar for Lerival is manufactured in Farmingdale, New Jersey. Each box in the modular unit takes about one hour to complete, and that means the factory can create six per day.
The Wingtip Blucher Oxford shoe is made by the Alden Shoe Company in Middleborough, Massachusetts. There are still many fine products made in the U.S.A.