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Made in Ohio Gifts: Home Decor

Whether you’re looking for quirky conversation pieces or nature-inspired pottery, you’ll find it being made by these talented Ohio artisans.

Handmade Home Goods
by Ohio Workshop
Owned and operated by a father-and-son duo Joe and Matt Vojacek, Ohio Workshop crafts quirky and home decor pieces, ranging from swings from succulents to robot planters. ohioworkshop.com | Read Story

Bottle Lamps
by Peared Creation
Columbus artisan and history buff Jay Harrison transforms Prohibition-era beer bottles into minimalist, industrialist lamps, chandeliers and sconces. pearedcreation.com

Wood Decor
by Haven Designs
Toledo native Racheal Sparagowski gives new life to wood she finds along the Lake Erie shore and salvaged timber she purchases from demolished barns to create decorative objects that range from signs and coasters to planters and tables. etsy.com/shop/havendesigns419

C. McDonough Ceramic Leaf
Ceramic Leaves and Sculptures

by C. McDonough Designs
After her move to Rutland, Ohio, ceramic artist Carol McDonough began creating art inspired by the rolling hills surrounding her home. Her line includes ceramic leaves, bowls, turtles and more. cmcddesigns.com

Burlap Prints & Tea Towels
by Ivy Court (formerly Ink and Co. Made in Ohio)
Drawn to the combination for vintage and modern aesthetics in home décor, Courtney and Ryan Hart started out creating products using burlap and have since evolved their products to include other materials. shopivycourt.com

Walnut and Ambrosia birdhouse
Hand-Turned Birdhouses
by Schoolhouse Woodcrafts
Paul and Deborah Bahm of Mount Vernon started out as furniture designers and cabinet-builders before they began making beautiful hand-turned birdhouses. schoolhousewoodcrafts.com | Read Story

Handmade Pottery
by Packer Creek Pottery
Founded by Jan Pugh, Packer Creek Pottery in Genoa creates beautiful and functional pieces. The bowls, kitchenware, home decor and more are crafted by studio artisans and span a wide variety of color combinations. packercreekpottery.com | Read Story

Trilateral Vases
by Nick Delmatto
Hocking Hills-based artist Nick Delmatto has always loved the asymmetrical forms found in nature. This inspired him to create vases, applying hot color to clear glass without molds, leading to one-of-kind, handmade creations. delmattoglass.com

1820 House Candles
Creative Candles
by 1820 House
Melissa Smith’s business began when she made a single candle in the kitchen of her 1820 home in Columbiana County. The natural candles are made from soy and vegetable-based wax and have unique scents, such as Indian Summer and Pumpkin Porter Ale. 1820house.com

Passion Flowers, Jewelry & Ornaments
by Passion Works Studio
Athens’ Passion Works Studio has supported artists with and without disabilities since 1998, selling products such as earrings, holiday ornaments and the studio’s signature creation: colorful, upcycled aluminum sculptures. passionworks.org

Vintage Map Prints
by Cuyahoga Collective
Adam Taseff’s Lakewood-based shop sells prints of antique maps depicting various areas of our state, ranging from the city of Kent to the Lake Erie Islands. Each is printed on archival canvas, allowed to air dry and then cut by hand. cuyahogacollective.com

Hand-Blown Glass Vases
by Glass Creations by Randy Kuntz
This retired Maumee High School educator selects hues for his glass vases that are reminiscent of the forest, desert and ocean, layering color upon color for his one-of-a-kind creations. randykuntzglass.com

Lavender Imprinted Platter and Mug
Botanical Pottery
by Homespun Touch Pottery
Jan Keck of Painesville crafts her pottery with botanical imprints, created by pressing flowers and leaves from her garden into the clay while it’s still malleable. After a first trip through the kiln, Keck adds color and a final glaze. thehomespuntouch.com

Handmade Pottery
Ice + Dust Pottery
Halley Immelt crafts brightly colored, handmade ceramics in her basement studio. Her fun and whimsical designs are both functional and decorative. iceanddustpottery.com | Read Story
Pine Needle Baskets
By MyCoiled Creations
Inspired by Appalachian America and the Cherokee people of the Tennessee Valley, Waldena Hendrix of Laurelville crafts one-of-a-kind pine needle baskets. Each is crafted with a continuous coil of southern longleaf pine needles. etsy.com/shop/mycoiledcreations

Hunky Dory glass bowls
Branch Bowls
by Hunky Dory Studio
Cincinnati artist Amy Fisher creates unique and delicate-looking glass bowls patterned after bird nests, branches and other natural objectshunkydorystudio.com

Blown Glass Ornaments
by Tazza Glass
Make Graus’ ornaments range from candy cane-striped orbs to multicolored teardrop shapes. Many of the globes he makes are rolled in shards of colored glass while still hot and then reheated, causing the specks to melt into an inimitable mosaic.

Handmade American Flags
by Burdick Custom Flags
Woodworker and Navy veteran Joe Burdick crafts wooden versions of the American flag at his Seven Hills workshop. The flags are available in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from traditional takes to ones incorporating different shades. burdickflags.com | Read Story

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