Ethan Abramson has been making furniture in New York since 2008, bouncing around from Brooklyn to Westchester. His Bailiwick Credenza was first shown at the AD Design Show back in March. The beautiful piece is crafted from three types of wood. Melding together walnut, cherry and maple, Abramson creates a credenza that looks as if it’s melting under the spring sunshine.
East Fork Pottery
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains lies a small haven for creatives. Asheville, North Carolina, home to the regal Biltmore Estate and miles of hiking trails, is also home to an adorable pottery studio. East Fork Pottery is home to self-described “goofballs making and selling functional beautiful pottery.” A promise they recently delivered on with the release of their two new glazes: Taro and Utah.
Jana Bek Jars
Queen of the whimsical brush stroke, Jana Bek just expanded her popular ginger jar line. Previously only available in navy, Bek now offers the jars in blush, lilac and emerald. They stand at two heights: either 14 or 18 inches. While the vases themselves are not water safe, pop in a glass and you’ll have a beautiful vase. Ginger jars have long been a staple of any traditional tableau, but a vibrant and fresh color update makes these stand out.
Although it may seem like this winter is unending, outdoor entertaining season is quickly coming. The Aurora Lounge Chair by Made Goods, which comes in brown and white, brings luxe and drama to your outdoor dinner party. The Elizabethan silhouette is absolutely show stopping.
If you’ve already picked up a copy of our May/June issue, then Ziggy might look a little familiar to you. The studio, based out of Connecticut, produces amazing furniture and décor pieces with non-toxic finishes. We love their Henri’s Tray, subtly inspired by the work of famed French painter Henri Matisse. To see more of their great design work, be sure to pick up a copy of our latest issue.