Fiercely Paired

Our friends at Fiercely Made and Fiercely Curious invited LABLstudio to post our favorite curated finds featuring one of a kind, local, hand-made items from Brooklyn makers and artists. Sneak peek below, but check out the full post here!



Simplicity elevated with selective accents of vibrant color - for the minimalist who appreciates both form and function.

Pitcher by BTW Ceramics, Kit Study by Jason Kachadourian, Ink on Canvas by Ai Campbell, Falling Pillow by Hart Made, Cobalt Leather Tote by Abutilon, Side Table by Daniel Moyer Design.


Pairings for the quirky modernist who likes bold colors, shapes, and forms with a playful sensibility.

A View of a Day's Rest by Rebecca Norton, Digital Archetype 12 by Shane Neufeld, Triple Aperture Baby Vase by J*Double*U, Hold On Tight Shelf by Colleen & Eric, Fade Mug by BTW Ceramics, Copper Chair by TJ Volonis.


Natural materials and sleek forms juxtapose with complex pattern to create a sophisticated environment for the avante garde risk taker.

Ombre Surfboard by Wax/Surf Co, Copper Artwork by TJ Volonis, Walnut Bed by Robert Sukrachand, Building Blocks by Ai Campbell, ZigZag Table by Jason Kachadourian.



One of our favorite trends that we're seeing filter from fashion into architecture and interiors right now is the use of lustrous, holographic materials. You know, the kind that reflect light to create that magical, color changing, mesmerizing, unicorn-like effect. We just can't seem to get enough!

Clockwise from top left: Glas Italia Iridescent Side Table / Iridescent Nike Blazers / The Holographic Cube Building by Hiro Yamagata /  An ‘Art Book’ by Friends with You