Peg Woodworking

Peg Woodworking-1-Design Crush


There’s a sweet woven bench in my entryway, but not near as sweet as these pieces by Peg Woodworking. Each piece is handmade in Brooklyn by Kate Casey using local and non-toxic lumber, natural oil sealants, and all natural cotton cord. A wooden or metal frame is anchors handwoven designs of geometric patterns that form the seat.


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Chris Earl

Chris Earl-1-Design Crush


Chris Earl‘s upbringing in Papua New Guinea instilled in him a respect for creating objects to fulfill a purpose, create a story, and build community. He puts it all into play in his line of furniture, tabletop, and ceramics where that trifecta is the guiding light. Functional, graceful, and timeless.


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Layer-1-Design Crush


Like to change up your decor as often as you change your clothes? South Korean industrial designer Sohyun Yun has created a chair – Layer – made out of clear acrylic. It’s entirely customizable, inspired by our consumerist society where people buy things then quickly discard them once something new comes along.


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SACKit-1-Design Crush


I definitely had a beanbag chair growing up, it was pastel green to match one of the colors in the tribal design of my comforter. (Eep.) And to be honest I wouldn’t mind having a few for extra seating as an adult. I especially love these ones from SACKit, because a bit of a back would definitely come in handy in my mid-30s and the addition of a footrest makes them seem extra special.


SACKit-2-Design Crush

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Itz’ana Home

Itz'ana Home-1-Design Crush


Itz’ana Home is a sweet little capsule collection of curated home goods in collaboration with Samuel Amoia. Each piece is handmade by local Central American artisans, balancing craftsmanship and simplicity, representing a pairing of Belize’s rich heritage and modern geometric shapes. (Those screens tho.)


Itz'ana Home-2-Design Crush

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CB2 Spring

CB2-5-Design Crush


Somewhere along the way, CB2 has become less the little sister to Crate & Barrel and more the standout. The offshoot has become a destination for affordable modern design that I find myself clamoring for and ogling. CB2’s spring collection is incredible, full of bold modern lines and lots of metallics.


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