As stated on my FAQ page, I’m not paid to write about any product — nor do I use affiliate links.
All products listed are things I personally have purchased and use — or that friends who also purchase Made in USA use and highly recommend. I’ve listed only products Made-in-the-USA.
(Update: Feb. 24, 2021 — This page is in progress. I didn’t realize how many US-made products I actually own — and that’s not including clothes!)
Owned by husband and wife duo Jimmy and Steph MacDonald, Authenticity50 manufactures seed-to-stitch® sheets from organic Supima® cotton grown in California. These are absolutely the best sheets on the planet. Authenticity50 also sells blankets, duvets and duvet covers, and towels. I own one of their Maine-made blankets and an organic cotton duvet cover. Be sure to read my interview of Jimmy and Steph for my Huff Industrial Marketing blog.
I learned of veteran-owned and operated eLuxury from a friend. Based in Indiana, this company makes mattress pads that will change how you sleep. I love mine and after using it for two nights, got rid of my old feather mattress. The mattress pads are definitely made in the US and well worth the price; I haven’t confirmed where their other products are manufactured.
I was skeptical these pillows would live up to their claims — but you will sleep better at night. I bought one and a week later bought a second one. The product is 100% made in the US. Website
Based in Salem, MA and founded in 1933, Gardner Mattress makes their products right there in the factory in Salem — which you can see from the showroom windows. You can test mattresses in one of their three showrooms and choose from organic cotton or natural material options. I absolutely love my set, plus the fact it was made locally.
I have two mid-century inspired lamps created by Lex and his team at Modilumi in St. Paul, MN. Be sure to read my blog post about how he restored my vintage MCM lamp — as well as shop his site. He has some gorgeous lamps and shades!
Where can you find unique, print-on-demand fabrics, curtains, throw pillows and other items made in the US? Spoonflower, of course. If you haven’t visited this website, you’re in for a treat.
1888 Mills is the last remaining factory in the US to manufacture towels. Companies that sell US-made towels purchase from this mill — including Towels by Gus, which is where I bought my towels. I purchased two sets in 2014 and have yet to replace them — they’re that durable.
I have hard water, which clogged my old shower head. Because it was so cheaply made, I couldn’t be take it apart and clean it. I found High Sierra online, My new shower head has been running clog-free since 2018. Read my brief write up.
A friend buys furniture from Room & Board and recommends them for their quality and craftsmanship. The company states that 90% of its products are made in the US of domestic and imported materials; the furniture is handcrafted by family-owned US suppliers.