This Brooklyn-based designer has a knack for designing quirky, printed styles that are bold and outlandish in the best way. Bright colors, textured fabrics and geometric prints reminiscent of London in the 1960s make this rising label one of our new favorites. Carefree, exuberant and totally fearless, Kurt Lyle is designed with the conviction that we only live once so we might as well do it in color.
Clark Street Mercantile
At Clark Street Mercantile, they aim to bring people closer to the products they acquire. They do this by meticulously handpicking every piece that ends up in their space. Each of the brands chosen either has a history, or is in the process of writing their own by producing quality goods through tried and tested techniques. They focus on craftsmanship, so the customer can understand the heritage, process and love put into each piece. This is the kind of place that you’ll find things that are not only built to last but something you will pass on for generations.
This is not your ordinary lifestyle store. Someware’s curated selection of items are all handcrafted by artisans and designers around the world. They work with talented makers who focus on craftsmanship, quality and design, while also giving back to their communities by contributing to the betterment of those in need. Plus, a percentage of each sale is donated to Live Simply 4 Peru, a ministry that rescues orphaned and abandoned children. Someware celebrates simplicity, cultural richness, and exquisite finishes. Their wares are made for spaces where modern design and traditional craft coexist. If that sounds like your home, we seriously suggest you get to know them.