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At west elm, we believe feeling truly at home means connecting with your community—that's why we carry locally made + designed products in our stores. To help grow small businesses from the ground up, we asked our customers to vote on their favorite makers. The first place winner received a $25,000 grant and we included each runner-up in our assortment, helping their brand reach new markets.
NYC transplants Eileen and James Ray dropped everything to open Little Seed Farm outside of Nashville, TN in 2011. The founders and self-proclaimed “crazy goat people” create organic soap using milk from the farm’s herd of 30 goats and herbs grown in their garden.
“Our goat herd is one of the few 100% grass-fed herds in the country.”
To learn more about our local makers, visit our blog.
Brian Preston started his carpentry company Lamon Luther as a tribute to the dwindling art of American craftsmanship. After realizing how many homeless carpenters were living in the woods of his town, he gave some of them jobs building fine handcrafted furniture. "Each piece carries a story of hope and opportunity," says Brian.
“We create opportunities for the broken + forgotten.”
Texas native David Harman makes hand-pulled, screen-printed maps on archival paper. His first design took him six months of research to create. Now he creates maps of places like Brooklyn, Dallas, Boston, Chicago and Manhattan that call attention to the unique neighborhoods that make up each.
“We make maps for both the local + the native.”
Los Angeles, CA
Husband-and-wife team Melissa Tolar and Jonathan Ballak are committed to making heirloom-quality goods by hand—including their collections of planters, quilts and bowls. We love their ceramic planters, which they throw, carve and then paint with lead-free glazes by hand.
“We’re inspired by nature + the American landscape.”
Kristen Faircloth got her start by sewing small bags and wallets for her friends and family during college. She cuts and sews leather bags by hand, with styles inspired by the clean lines of vintage designs. An avid fan of antique shops, she loves to bring home her finds to dissect their construction.
“I love creating beautiful, sustainable leather pieces.”
After remodeling their home in 2009, Kristopher and Kelley Denby started building furniture and wood headboards featuring one-of-a-kind designs. They're known for their reclaimed Texas wall hangings, which are made from 100% recycled and castaway wood, found in and around their city.
“We love to find under-appreciated pieces to revive.”
New York, NY
After moving to New York in 2011, Patrick Glynn became inspired by the energy, unique culture and personality of each neighborhood in the city. Channeling that passion into a line of furniture and accessories, he uses industrial pipes and rustic, natural wood designs.
“My designs reflect a love of New York + vintage goods.”
Friends Lauren Manning and Veronica Acosta merged their experience in architecture and design to make something fun together. We love their one-of-a-kind colorblock planters. Veronica shapes the wood into a unique geometric form, then Lauren adds the paint, linework and gold.
“We believe design should be happy + colorful.”
A collective of artists based in Brooklyn, Fort Makers makes functional and interactive art. Creating large-scale public art installations, they also work on a wide variety of fashion and home products. Each of their pieces reflects the unique hand of the artist and the energy and inspiration of the group. We especially love their hand-dyed and block-printed tea towels.
“We believe design should be useful + inspiring.”
Fashion designer Shira Entis and lawyer Alex Bell have been flea market addicts ever since they met at Brown University. Frustrated by the inconvenience and unsustainability of accumulating plastic bags while shopping, they began creating dapper, large, lightweight and sturdy carry-alls that are also eco-minded and made in the USA.
“We’re inspired by an Americana aesthetic.”
Christopher Moore is a sculptor and Molly FitzSimons is a tabletop and interiors stylist with a knack for bringing beauty to everyday life. Together they create Americana-style cheeseboards carved from U.S.-sourced hardwoods and finished with food-safe resins.
“People see our products + reach out to touch them.”
Graphic designer, artist & illustrator Haley Ann Robinson splits her time between Portland and Los Angeles, gathering inspiration from Oregon’s forests, while immersing herself in California’s diverse culture. Color, nature, and geometry (including all the possibilities of a 3-dimensional shape) influence Haley's work.
“I always challenge myself to use new materials.”
Long Beach, CA
Oregon College of Art and Craft graduate Eric Trine is known for his steel geometric side tables in powder-coated finishes. He likes to describe his California-cool aesthetic through this imaginative question: What if Charles Eames, Buckminster Fuller, and Sam Maloof were surfing buddies?
“My designs are casual and playful.”
Maker and designer Hannah Ferrara began creating minimalist jewelry after being unable to find pieces she wanted to wear. With a background in conceptual art and a love for well-made heirlooms, she uses traditional metal-smithing techniques to make stylish solid brass keychains.
“My pieces are designed to be used day in + day out.”
Aaron and Claire Van Holland dreamt of designing a collection that reflected their love of mid-century and sustainable living. When Aaron’s grandfather offered them his antique barn as a material resource, M.F.E.O. (short for ”Made For Each Other’’) was born. Their new home collection features the barn in many of their designs.
“We sustainably source materials for quality pieces.”
Printmaker and sculptor Kim Baise is inspired by everything from bright colors and bold shapes to Picasso. She creates modern mobiles made from papier mache that really brighten a room. We love her succulent strands, which are an easy way to bring the outdoors in (no watering necessary!).
“My designs result from me playing in my own world.”
Born in Washington, DC, Ellen Van Dusen was raised by architect parents in a vibrant, creative home. Through a self-directed major at Tufts University, she studied the psychology of design and the brain's reaction to visual stimuli. Made in the US, her line is driven by the prints she creates from scratch.
“I'm inspired by far-flung places.”
After spending ten years in architecture, ceramicist Shelley Martin started her design studio as a way of creating and sharing pieces she loves. She creates her minimalist utilitarian pieces all by hand—without a template—on a pottery wheel in her backyard studio.
“Each of my ceramics is a true one of a kind.”