Sandra Juto has an online store that I aspire to create for myself, only with slippers instead of wrist worms. Her work is beautiful, natural, and 100% handmade.

Maria Lintott Ceramics, oh my word. From her fluid bowls to scallop cups, you can tell Maria is truly a ceramics designer. I am absolutely in love with the bloom collection, it is by far one of the most unique and feminine lines of ceramics I have ever seen.

Lena Corwin, author of one of my favorite books, 'Printing by Hand,' also has a great website with beautifully printed pillows for sale.

By Amt has a beautiful collection of diamond shaped rings for everyday wear. Alissia Melka-Teichroew, founder and creative director, has a special eye for savvy design and really completes the look with her detailed packaging.

Recently I've been feeling rather bummed out from watching people litter in the New York. So, on a brighter note, here is a company that is legitimately eco-friendly; Play Back Clothing. By using recycled cotton and polyester, they are reducing gallons of water, and saving plastic bottles and fabric from landfills.

Ferm Living has a great, mod variety of wall stickers and wallpaper, two of my passions, but their collection continues to include an entire kids line. Oh how I would love to work for this company, their graphic touch is right on.

Bev Hisey, Textile Designs and creations.