Art et Manufacture
The seller: During a break in her schooling a few years ago, Edith Bourgault turned to pottery as a hobby—and ended up launching this ceramics shop.
The specialty: Stunning white kitchen ceramics, adorned with inky blue patterns. Some look like lace, others Pollack paintings; there are even a few that resemble modern shibori prints.
RS top pick: A splatter-paint platter, to perk up a traditional tablescape. To buy: Large Ceramic Plate, $95.
Yield Design Co
The sellers: Andrew Deming and Rachel Gant are a duo with wide-ranging talents—architecture, industrial design, graphic design—that are mirrored in their earthy-elegant products.
The specialty: Sleek, minimalist pieces—personal accessories (market totes, geometric rings) to kitchen staples (aprons, cups)—made from basic materials like canvas, leather, and brass.
RS top pick: An 8-cup ceramic French press for leisurely weekend mornings (and to wow brunch guests). To buy: French Press in Gray, $150.
The Object Enthusiast
The seller: Ceramicist Emily Reinherdt fell for the craft during college and even changed her major to pursue it.
The specialty: Handmade ceramic wall hangings, trinket trays, vases, and more with beautiful glazes and unique shapes.
RS top pick: Peachy planters to fill with succulents and adorn a coffee table or desk. To buy: White and Speckled Planter, $60.
Long Made Co
The sellers: When a husband-and-wife entrepreneurs James and Carissa Long set out to find the “perfect” bedside lamp, a lighting shop was born.
The specialty: Sophisticated, industrial-style fixtures, from wall-mounted sconces to articulating floor lamps, all priced below $400.
RS top pick: Shiny nickel + matte black shade + poppy green cord = one striking, modern sconce. To buy: Industrial Scissor Articulating Wall Lamp, $159.
The seller: Euodia Roets, a South African-based artist, transforms his paintings into artful pillows.
The specialty: Home textiles with a one-of-a-kind watercolor vibe.
RS top pick: This organic-looking, watered-down chevron pillow is a perfect piece to soften any space. To buy: Large Herringbone pillow cover, $45.
The seller: Ashira and Preston started the shop four years ago with a goal of making all designs sustainable and creating nearly zero waste in production.
The specialty: Functional pieces for all areas of the home, from hanging planters to pen cups, made with mixed materials (concrete, reclaimed wood, metals, eco-friendly resins).
RS top pick: A cool concrete box for serving sweetener, to spruce up your coffee station. To buy: Gray Concrete Sugar Box, $45.
Celine and Kate
The seller: Following a career in the NYC fashion industry, Arizona-based maker Cindy began selling home décor pieces via this shop named after her young daughters.
The specialty: Linen and cotton pillow covers with colorful geometric patterns and quirky adornments (leather deer silhouette!).
RS top pick: A neutral abstract, to give your entryway bench a little edge. To buy: Side Envelope Modern Colorblock pillow cover, $38.
Other Times Vintage
The sellers: When two midcentury furniture aficionados, Jason and Briar, partnered up, they built a business of finding, restoring, and placing iconic pieces back within appreciative homes.
The specialty: A variety of vintage furniture and lighting finds, including desks, sofas, and even rugs.
RS top pick: A sculptural wooden lamp that looks like it was swiped from Don Draper’s desk. To buy: Solid Teak Danish Mid Century table lamp, $475.
Filly Dog Co
The sellers: Alyson Adams was a stylish dog owner frustrated with the lack of good-looking pup accessories on the market. Her solution: a luxe, bohemian-style line.
The specialty: Plush, contemporary looking dog beds in geometric prints and poppy colors, and preppy-chic embroidered collars.
RS top pick: A handmade block-printed throne for Fido. To buy: Blue and Mint Triangle dog bed, from $99.
Paper and Clay Studio
The seller: This one-woman shop based in Memphis, TN, is run by Brit McDaniel, a young ceramicist inspired by Scandinavian and Danish design.
The specialty: Hand-thrown mugs, ring dishes, bowls, and serving trays in painterly designs, to elevate the look of any surface.
RS top pick: A tall, dip-dyed mug to savor quiet morning coffee-time. Looks gallery-worthy but is also food-safe and microwavable. To buy: The Danish Mug, $42.