Round Up: 7 State-Shaped Products
The latest design motif? Local pride. A new batch of geographical goods offers hip ways to honor where you're from.
CL contributing editor Ryan McPhail crafts these beauties in a variety of wood and leg options. He'll even inlay a metal star designating your hometown.
(From $325; statelytables.com)
Any photo or message can be lasered onto this maple winner, which comes with pegs and a deck of cards.
($170; 16"L × 8 1/2"W; splinterswoodworks.com)
Stake a claim to your favorite spot with this cushion, available in four colors. There's also the option of adding a family name or motto.
($74.95; 18" square; redenvelope.com; enter COUNTRY LIVING for discount)
Have your state and eat it too, thanks to this copper utensil.
Designer Nathan Harkrader emblazons squares of Italian marble with colorful images from century-old American maps.
($29.99 for set of four; nycwebstore.com/map-coasters)
A state silhouette plus chalkboard fabric adds up to an art project waiting to happen.
($45; 24"W × 18"H; dirtsastudio.etsy.com)
This notebook — made of recycled paper — is ideal for recording travel adventures.
(From $20; therecycledlibrary.etsy.com)