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Creative Cuff Links by Five American Artisans

It’s fun to wear accessories that reflect your personality and not just the style of the day. Here are several American artisans whose designs you might enjoy:

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Colorful postage stamps are the key to these unusual designs from HudsonBlue.Celebrate your favorite sport with cuff links from Urban Metal Designs.The cuff links from Beluga Home Studios are special keepsakes, celebrating something unique about you, whether it’s the location of your birth or the day you walk your daughter down the aisle.If you like accessories that are charmingly quickly, check out these cuff links from Mark Poulin.Try Tesoro Jewelry for a different spin on initials.

Regards, Kathy

 

Lots of American-Made Work Clothing On Sale for St. Patrick’s Day

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A enormous amount of Made-in-USA workwear is on sale during an 11-day St. Patrick’s Day celebration at the Working Person’s Store. Through March 27, get 17% off any order of $125 or more with promo code POTOFGOLD and free shipping on any order over $49. The offer applies only to full price items, though sale items will come up in the searches below.If you need new boots, this is a great time to buy. Brands such as Wolverine, Chippewa, ThorogoodBates and more are included in the sale.Carhartt work pants are also included…Along with various brands of shirts.Or pick up a whole range of Filson products.Work knives are offered too.

Click to see all the Made-in-USA workwear.

Regards, Kathy

Makers of the Famed “Floyd Leg” Expand Product Line

Disclosure: We’ll get a small commission if you buy through the links in this post. Please do!With the popularity of tiny houses and small-space living, an invention that allows you to make a table disappear was sure to be a hit. That’s what the folks from Floyd accomplished several years ago with the introduction of the Floyd Leg.
We bought a set of coffee table height legs at the time, rounded up some teakwood from a crumbling bench and Voila! A lovely modern piece.   Depending on the top you use, you can stow it away, use it as a piece of wall art, etc., so it allows your creative side to shine through.
So what’s new from Floyd?  Well, check out the Floyd Platform Bed. It’s a similar concept to the table, but results in a minimalist sleeping environment.The new Floyd Coat Rack is capable of holding up to 25 lbs of stuff. Use your imagination – this is a utility piece and you can hang a lamp on it if you are so inclined.We’ve also purchased the taller table legs and stored them away until our planned down-sizing. We love the fact that the items are made in America, are minimalist and super functional.

Regards,

Paul

New Space Age Wall Art: Made in USA

Retro space images are back in style! Brighten up your walls with the once-futuristic artwork of mid-Century America.

Disclosure: We’ll get a small commission if you buy through the links in this post. Please do!The collection of retro Space Age wall art shown here is, well…out of this world! No need to frame these beauties – they are already printed on stretched canvas with fade-resistant inks. Design inspirations range from the 1930s through the 1960s.Check out the full collection here..

The Latest Designs from a Famed American Furniture Maker

We’ve decided to expand our “What’s New” feature from one week to two. Hope you enjoy it.We’ve visited the Thomas Moser store in Boston several times and been amazed by the design perfection of its product line. Though its inspiration comes from 18th century America, this furniture would be at home in any modern room. The company’s two newest products are the Foreside Bed, shown at the top of the page, and the Hoops Mirror line.The mirrors, available in three sizes, take design cues from Shaker boxes and traditional mirrors, but have a modern twist. They are offered in walnut, white oak, and cherry.

The bed is almost stark in its simplicity, but a closer look reveals details that suggest a traditional Windsor Chair. Below are a few shots we took on our most recent trip to the store, located at:
19 Arlington St.
Boston, MA 02116
phone: 617-224-1245

Regards, Kathy