The inclination to buy American has never been stronger, so in honor of Fourth of July we’re celebrating some of our brands that embrace homegrown manufacturing and style.
Made in California. Cerno's mission is to fuse quality, performance and resource efficiency with contemporary design. The 3 founders view Cerno as a friendship, a business and a lifestyle. The dynamic team is comprised of an engineer, designer and artist whose unrelenting passion for innovative design fuels their pursuit to continually create one-of-a-kind furniture and lighting products. Go behind the scenes with the Cerno creative team.
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Made in Michigan. A mid-century classic, the Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947 and was produced by Howard Miller starting in the early 1950s and ending in 1979. Our supplier has reissued the Nelson Bubble Lamps to the original specifications, using the original Howard Miller tooling. These famous lamps are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Made in North Carolina. Robert Abbey works diligently to offer the most trend right merchandise with the highest quality standards at affordable prices. The Robert Abbey family owned and operated company has been designing and manufacturing fine lighting products since 1946 from their Robert Abbey design studio and factory in Hickory, North Carolina.
Made in New York. Roll & Hill brings a uniquely American perspective to the international contemporary lighting market. Committed to making well designed contemporary lighting for residential and commercial interiors, as well as cultivate a position at the forefront of design and production. Roll & Hill products are unique, responsible, innovative and add beauty to whatever space they occupy.
Made in Vermont. Hubbardton Forge, American manufacturer of hand forged iron lighting fixtures, first fired up the Forge in a drafty old barn in the town of Hubbardton in 1974. The Vermont based company scavenged through New England gathering rusting anvils, trip hammers, swage blocks and other discarded tools of the trade in order to revive the nearly forgotten craft of hand-forging raw metal into functional art. Today, they have established themselves as a company whose products are recognizable for their quality, timelessness, and functionality.