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Inspired by nature, Amenity designs home accessories to capture the warmth and beauty of the outside and bring it into your home. Amenity's luxury bedding collection, offered through Re:modern, is made from 400 thread count, 100% cotton fabric for the highest quality and comfort.
Bring a bit of Maine island living to your home. Angela Adams rugs are well-designed, hand-tufted, and exceptionally priced. Best of all, they are certified by Rugmark, a global nonprofit organization working to end illegal child labor in the international rug industry.
The purpose and value of everyday objects are elevated by Artecnica by using design to enchant, inspire, and transform through the tools of art and technology. Collaborating with designers, merchants, and craftspeople, resulted in a formal program called Design with Conscience. Artisan communities of developing countries handcraft objects designed by internationally recognized designers, often utilizing recycled products to minimize environmental impact while stimulating depressed economies.
Bambu designs and manufacturers innovative bamboo home products for today's lifestyle. Organic bamboo lacquerware bowls, award-winning Veneerware, and sporks are some of Re:modern's favorites.
Bookhou products are the individual and collaborative works of Canadian design duo John Booth and Arounna Khounnoraj. Their products are small production pieces which emphasize the craft and beauty of handmade natural materials.
Few if any contemporary designers juxtapose old and new, naturalism and technology like Tord Boontje. Born in the Netherlands, Tord's work is simultaneously romantic and poetic, while depicting nature with a vibrant flair for color.
Brave Space Design
Built in Brooklyn, furniture by Brave Space Design is future-friendly and eco-minded.
San Francisco based designer and artist Dora Drimalas is a superwoman. She was born in Athens, Greece, but grew up in Houston, Texas with her large Greek family. Formally trained as a graphic designer, her work has been nationally recognized by design publications as well as several design books. Her artwork has been exhibited in San Francisco, Portland, New York and Malaga, Spain. Now her fabulous pillow designs are available at Re:modern.
Whimsical, hilarious, clever, and the life of every party. Fred's designs are sure to start conversations.
Recycled candy wrappers, food packages, soda labels, newspapers, magazines, and other waste-bound materials become the source for eco-friendly handbags. Ecoist products are eye-catching, handmade, and functional. A sure conversation starter that you will simply love to own.
Working with contemporary artists, Eleventwentyfive brings high-brow art off the walls and into your home. From floor cushions to pillows to coasters, featured designs include works by artists Gabrielle Jennings, Miller Updegraff, Monique VanGenderen, and Jennifer Ormerod.
What happens when the aesthetics of high couture meets traditional handicraft? A collection of recycled bags, totes, and purses that resemble luminous fish scales, or what the Portuguese call "escama".
Modern stationery made with vintage materials. Fresh from Silicon Valley.
Fair trade practices meets eco-chic style. Our Gecko collection is affordable, durable, and practical.
Educated as an architect, bay area designer Joanne Guillermo has an eye for making beautiful, handcovered journals.
Hybrid-Home products were born out of a need for fun and stylish home accessories at reasonable prices. A friendly approach to modernism. It started as a hobby for designer Dora Drimalas while living in Portland where she made small pillows for her apartment. Since then, Dora has incorporated her love of modern interiors with her graphic sensibility to create timeless accessories that warm up a room. Hybrid Home's exquisite modern pillows feature designs inspired by nature, science and pop culture.
Stemming from an untraditional background for a jewelry designer, Ryan Kundrat graduated from Rhode Island School of Design's industrial design department. His previous designs ranged from high-end, ready-to-assemble furniture, upholstered tables, and decorative yet functional lighting. Now he creates jewelry in his South Norwalk, Connecticut loft -- handmade pieces that vividly juxtapose fine sterling silver with colorful industrial rubber. Kundrat's designs utilize materials in unconventional methods resulting in sophisticated and elegant works of wearable art. See what the hoopla is all about.
Modern, witty, and organically inspired ceramics. Joanna Mendicino is an emerging ceramicist to keep an eye on. She says of her pottery, "My pieces reflect what I enjoy in my life: I am attracted to things that have clean, simple, smooth lines. I like patterns and repetitions. I love working with clay."
Green is beautiful. Home accessories by mio are designed for flexible, contemporary living. In terms of doing more with less, mio's innovative material use and clever designs are unparalleled. Mio's 3-D wall tiles and material efficient furniture and lighting takes eco-chic to a whole new dimension.
In the future, everyday home products will be more adjustable, durable, recycleable, and sustainable. Normal Design shares Re:modern's philosophy in making those forward-thinking green design available in the present. They promote a healthy future by focusing on materials and processes with low overall environmental impact and embrace practices that set a precedent for the future.
Whats Your Type
A reservoir of passion, creativity, ideas and excitement; Vessel products appeal to people's hearts and minds. They pair techical ingenuity with beautiful, simple forms and materials. The result: products that can be put on a pedestal... but also taken down to use everyday.