I can't get over how adding a fun color to a rather pedestrian object can render it a must-have! As soon as I saw this beauty at my local C&B I knew we were destined to be together. I think even the food tastes better cooked on this grill! Made in the USA (Illinois) by Weber Grills.
A book, a glass of iced tea and an Adirondack chair epitomize summer for me. Of course if you throw in a lake and a cottage I would probably never move until the mosquitoes carried me away. Crafted in New York and Vermont for more than 30 years.
I'm always on the lookout for a product that can serve dual purposes, and this heavy-duty tote does just that. Functioning as a log tote, it not only makes lighter work of hauling in wood for the fireplace, but it also looks great sitting next to the fireplace. Solid construction and American-made in North Carolina.
What better way to show your American spirit than with the Stars and Stripes? In our little town, on nearly every front porch, Old Glory remains a wonderful reminder of the bravery exhibited by generations before us and the pride we have for our country today. Handcrafted in the USA.
Finally, a way to enjoy the patio without getting eaten alive by pesky bugs! Of course the breeze generated by this clever outdoor fan can't be overlooked either. A great addition to an outdoor room, I think the styling makes a normally bulky and unattractive utilitarian object seem furniture-like in appearance. Manufactured in the US, since 1906.
A place for everything and everything in its place. I love a fancy deviled egg and what a way to present your handiwork. Perfect! Fiesta Ware has been manufactured by the Homer Laughlin China Co. in the Ohio Valley since 1871.
Okay, this I really, really need. I mean who hasn't given somebody in the house a hard time for tracking in mud and dirt right after you've cleaned the hardwoods? Can you imagine how sparkling clean your floors will stay with this simple boot/shoe brush? Brilliant, I say! Wisconsin-made.
From the Oscar de la Renta collection, this Greek Key chest in fern speaks volumes about the love of color and pure delight in design. I would easily choose this piece for the style alone, but the color absolutely takes it to the next level. Glorious! Manufactured in Hickory, NC since 1947.
Not a day goes by that I don't have a dab of something that must be stored for later or packed in a lunch. These clear glass storage containers with BPA-free lids fit the bill nicely. I really appreciate being able to see what's inside without having to open them up! Anchor Hocking likely outfitted your grandmother's kitchen, since they've been manufacturing in Ohio and Pennsylvania since 1905.
If there's one thing I can't stand, it's a grimy grill! Nothing works better to remove baked-on crud than a good wire brush. This one is perfectly angled to get into crevices and leave the grill sparkling again. Made in the U.S. by Fuller Brush, an American standard for more than 90 years.
Every household needs a good flashlight, and I can't tell you how often my little MagLite gets used. From power outages to ghost stories to an after-dark neighborhood walk, this powerful and rugged beauty beats the others when it comes to shining some light on the subject! Every Mag Instrument flashlight comes from a factory located in the U.S.
Ever since I learned that a pizza stone is the very best way to cook breads and pizzas, I've been looking for something a little more glamorous than the run-of-the-mill store brand stone. All-Clad's version, with a carrying tray and pizza cutter, fits the bill. I love an innovative, American-made product!
When it comes time to replace my microwave, I'll be eying this sleek, built-in model. I love the clean lines and that it fades into the cabinetry without drawing unnecessary attention to itself. Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances have been a fixture on the American manufactured, high-end appliance scene for over 70 years.
I'm crazy for upholstered headboards, and I just have to say, this one is fantastic. Cocoon-like in appearance but elegant nonetheless, this bed is a great example of form and function colliding and creating artistry. Harden has been an American-made, New York furniture manufacturer for 167 years.
Some of the tools I use in my kitchen every day have been around for quite some time and they look like it. But can you believe this colander has been handcrafted with pride in the US for more than 200 years? Recognized as America's oldest cookware company, all Jacob Bromwell products come with a lifetime guarantee.