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Peppersprouts

As Jen Pepper of Peppersprouts says, “add a little bit of fancy” under a refreshing drink with a set of her “Classic Silhouette” wood coasters—or, if you’d prefer to take your cue from well-designed chairs, try the “Take a Seat” coaster collection.

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Sweet Pepita

Shannon Delanoy launched her Baltimore, Md.-based clothing line Sweet Pepita in 2007 after her daughter Alice Antonella Pepita was born. She was searching for more environmentally friendly children’s clothing, and came up short. “Sweet Pepita was created as a solution for parents drowning in a sea of pink and blue, worried about the social and environmental impact of the children’s clothing industry,” Delanoy explains.

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the littlest bean

When accessory designer Jen Menkhaus landed a job at a well-stocked craft store at the age of 18, she knew her passion for handmade was only taking root.

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