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Semihandmade

Duarte, CA

Semihandmade is here to help you turn that showroom-perfect look into something you can live with because hacking IKEA’s pre-fabricated furniture is their specialty. The modular packaging affords Semihandmade the flexibility to customize sofas, tables, and cabinets the way their customers truly want.

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The Everyday Co.

Dorchester, Massachusetts

Before launching The Everyday Co., Kathryn started with The Everyday Napkin and the company quickly evolved into the brand that it is today. The Everyday Co. is inspired by simple living and dedicated to creating products for a more beautiful, less wasteful home. Cut from remnant fabrics, The Everyday Co’s small-batch cloth goods are handmade with passion and purpose in our studio in Dorchester.

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Home and Abroad

Houston, Texas

Justine Morris lives in Houston Texas with her husband, three daughters, and their beloved pooch (Coco). She is currently a stay-at-home Mom who loves interior design and rearranging her house. She started home_and_abroad on Instagram as a way of sharing her photography with loved ones back home in Australia.

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Made of Cloth

Essex, Vermont

Marta Sulocka is a self-taught textile and pattern designer who works from a small studio in Essex, Vermont. She was born and raised in Poland but moved to the US more seven years ago after meeting her husband. Marta packed 24 years of my life into three suitcases and flew across the ocean.

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Paper Plum Co.

Los Angeles, California

Katelyn Roybal, an artist based in Los Angeles, California, is blessed with the privilege of working with a multitude of artistic mediums daily. Roybal says, “before anything can be designed digitally, it must first be dreamed up on paper.” Thus, let the doors of creativity open because this is where Roybal and her expertise steps in.

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Hashtag Workmode

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hashtag Workmode is an all-female coworking space that focuses on creating connections between women who work in digital and the creative industry. By renting a desk at workmode, all women get access to a strong community base with over 100 boss babes. Hashtag Workmode started with a smaller space in the city center of Amsterdam and today has grown into three locations (two in Amsterdam and one in Rotterdam).

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That Scandinavian Feeling

Milan, Italy

Ingrid Opstad is a freelance graphic designer and a social media manager. Her career started in Leeds where she completed her Master in graphic design and moved to London where she worked as an internship at a music venue designing their promotional materials - posters, flyers etc. Her career took her to another live event company where she spent the next 4 years learning about film premieres, sporting events, and event planning. After moving to Italy she started working freelance and focusing more on her blog. Ingrid now does everything from creating logos, websites, brochures to managing social media for her clients.

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2athome

Oslo, Norway

Theory of place asked Hege Barnholt and Bjørn Johan Stenersen to take us inside their home and workspace. The interior stylist and the graphic designer (respectively) manage their succsefful blog (2athome) from a little corner in Oslo, Norway. They aspire to share creative moments from their lives as they pull inspiration from nature and the changing seasons around them.

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True Vine

Boston, Massachusetts

True Vine is a floral and design studio based in the Allston neighborhood of Boston, MA. It’s founder, Kaylyn Hewitt, loves all things floral and all the joy that they provide. Among the laundry list of things they do, True Vine spends their time designing, blogging, hosting workshops, and will soon be opening an online shop.

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Wayfarer Design Studio

West Virginia

Abbey Estep, the creative mind behind Wayfarer Design Studio, grew up in the mountains of West Virginia where she basked in long and slow days. She grew up in a town where one could take comfort in the familiarity of community. The rural landscape gave rise to­­ small and unique businesses. As a response, Abbey saw the potential to help these business create brands they could be proud of.

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