Founded in 1999 by Lynn Read, Vitreluxe is a glassware company that uses soda-lime glass, a special glass making process that allows for slower creation time, resulting in truly unique bottles and vases. Read’s glass designs are informed by his earlier work in set-building, watercolor painting, sculpture, and woodworking which inspires the colorful transparency and illusion of movement in much of his glasswork.
Heather Rosenman Designs
Los Angeles, California
Originally from New York, Heather Rosenman currently lives and creates her ceramics in Los Angeles. Her vessels and sculptures are inspired by the long history of ceramics as well as modern design, to create minimalistic yet bold forms. Rosenman’s ceramics have recently inspired a line of textiles in collaboration with Kerry Joyce Textiles. Rosenman has been featured in publications including Architectural Digest, Dwell, Luxe, Elle Décor, Interiors, and Vogue Australia.
Sophie Cook Ceramics
UK-based ceramicist Sophie Cook started experimenting with fluid lines and shapes while attending Camberwell School of Arts. She works with porcelain in a variety of colors, continually experimenting with new glazes, to create her signature teardrop, bottle, and pod vessels. Cook’s minimalist forms make her work best displayed together in groups. Her vessels are featured in museum collections such as the Geoffrye Museum in London and the Denver Art Museum.
SHED TEXTILE CO.
Southold, New York
Shed Textile Co. focuses on the art of hand weaving. Founded in 2017 by Stephanie Pinerio, all of the fibers used in their pieces are hand-sourced locally from farmers, spinners, shearers, dyers, craft makers, and the countless regional fiber festivals that dot the countryside every year. Each artisanal design is created by hand — beginning with the initial stages of fiber selection to hand warping and dressing the loom — and is then woven on traditional wooden floor looms. Their carefully curated small batch collections are meant to bring a touch of modern luxury to your home — adding warmth, texture, form, depth and character to any space.