We are incredibly proud of the brands we have partnered up with on The Landing! We’ve carefully curated an assortment of diverse and unique brands to help you create a space that doesn’t just serve the purpose of home, but truly feels like a reflection of you. When choosing partner brands, we consider sustainability, where the pieces are being manufactured and how, and what ethos the brand founded on so that we can confidently bring them to you! Learn more about each of our partner brands below:
Based in NY, Akron Street designs simple, beautiful, high quality basics built for forever. Named for the place in Cambridge, MA where founders Hansley and Lulu shared their first apartment, Akron Street is furniture for your home, wherever that may be. Like us, they believe that beyond the constant packing and unpacking of boxes, new beginnings and old memories, we still feel an instinct to be rooted in a place. And it is the furniture that we place our sense of home in, the objects that we take with us that make a new city familiar, a new place comfortable.
In 1932, when vehicle suspension engineer George Carwardine invented a spring, crank and lever mechanism that could be positioned with the lightest of touch yet would maintain its position once released, a blueprint for the first Anglepoise task lamp was born. The Anglepoise lamp has subsequently achieved iconic status and its engaging, anthropomorphic form is recognised and admired all around the world. Over the years, the Anglepoise lamp has been developed under the careful watch of the founding Terry family, without ever losing sight of its primary function, and unique, characterful form.
We love how Artfully Walls brings quality art to art lovers at affordable prices. Featured artists are hand-picked by the team in Tel Aviv with the goal of inspiring customers to fill their walls with art they love. Every print is a museum quality fine art print on premium paper and canvas. From gallery wall inspiration to blog posts on their latest discoveries, we’re inspired by their curatorial eye and mission to make beautiful art accessible.
Our friends to the north (Vancouver, BC to be exact) are on a mission to make great style easy, long-lasting and well-priced. They work directly with manufacturers to produce unique, durable pieces using high-quality materials. Their commitment to quality, design and customer relationships pulls directly at our heartstrings. From diligent vetting of manufacturers for ethical business practices and quality control, to consideration of real life usage for every single item of furniture created, we have complete faith that we are in great hands with Article.
In the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, a small community of Berber descendants have been crafting handwoven rugs in the same way for thousands of years - entirely by hand, one knot at a time. When you place your one-of-a-kind order, Beni passes it along to the same community of shepherds, dyers, and weavers that have been creating rugs together for generations. No machines, just twenty-four hands and a tradition older than Morocco itself.
Founders Kabeer and Stephen started Burrow after their long struggles with couches that are either too cheap and flimsy, or heavy and expensive. They were sick of sofas that required a team to move, wree complicated to put together, and inevitably didn’t fit into their next space. Burrow is building clever, comfortable furniture for your life and living room.
Floyd began because founders Kyle Hoff and Alex O’Dell were tired of disposable furniture. They set out to design products of lasting quality for how people live today with the deeply rooted belief that furniture should be made for the home, not the landfill. Made with materials that last, furniture for keeping. Based in Detroit, MI, Floyd approaches ‘modern’ by addressing the needs of how people are living today with simple, timeless design. Their products are derived from a combination of customer feedback, great materials & ease of use.
Hem - Swedish for ‘home’ - is a Stockholm-based independent design brand creating a new generation of furniture, accessories and lighting. Together with vanguard designers and renowned European manufacturers, Hem crafts iconic products for spaces all around the world. Born from the love for pioneering design, Hem makes high-end design at accessible prices, without compromising on quality or environment. Their collection is made from authentic materials and manufactured by skilled craftsmen across our European factories, and we’re thrilled to bring them to your home.
Industry West curates modern, artisan-crafted furniture and decor, with an emphasis on high-design. Their approach is guided by what they interpret as new classics—beautiful, functional pieces capable of becoming timeless. Founded in 2011, Industry West began as a search for the perfect dining chair and has since evolved into a vast array of furniture and decor. Their goal is to provide accessible luxury that feels as distinct and individual as each of the people enjoying it.
Based in the Bay Area, Inside Weather designs and builds all of their pieces in-house, and with our 0-inventory model, they only make what you order. They don’t make anything for the inventory or the landfill, only your home. With no wasted material, or warehouse costs, they deliver on quality, custom-made pieces of furniture that won’t cost you a fortune.
K’era Morgan is a Los Angeles-based mixed media artist who currently has a penchant for works on paper and a long term love affair with textile traditions from around the world. In addition to her collage work, K’era collaborates with one of the few remaining American mills to transform her multi-media pieces into colorful woven throw blankets, pillows and tapestries made of 100% hand-dyed cotton for home interiors. Cosy, casual and comfortable, the woven throws are an extension of K'era's affinity for textiles and functional art made for everyday use and enjoyment.
Kroft seeks to bring joy and order to everyday life at home - things we all agree that we could use more of. From entryway hooks to mirrors and benches, their beautiful products are designed to elevate your daily routines and rituals, and stand the test of time. Every item is mindfully built with purpose and function in a way that respects the natural materials they are created with. The team at Kroft believe that every home has a soul and connecting with that soul can result in happier and more harmonious existence - a belief that speaks to our soul too.
Leon & George
In potentially our best naming story, founders Ron and Nico named Leon & George after their respective pet cat and parrot. SF-based, Leon & George is amazing indoor plant company committed to responsible sourcing, premium design, and personalized care. We love their healthy plants and beautiful planters, but what we love most about Leon & George is their commitment to sustainability. For every plant sold, they plant a tree in U.S. forests.
Founded by couple Craig and Kara, Miljuu was born out of the desire to make scandinavian inspired design more easily accessible in the US. Their collection is curated with intentionality and selectivity. Whether you are searching for form or function, Miljuu has you covered.
At the center of every beautiful Swedish home is a good rug. Nordic Knots is bringing their passion for design, their minimalist aesthetic, and a piece of their home country to every home. The Swedish trio of founders, create timeless Nordic patterns with colors drawn from the light, landscape, and architecture of Stockholm. Handwoven in India by Good Weave certified weavers, made from 100 percent New Zealand wool, each rug is a timeless foundation for a beautiful room.
One-of-a-kind vintage rugs. A smooth, transparent buying process. Affordable prices. Revival Rugs is changing the game in vintage rugs. Through their network of Turkish artisans, they find the diamonds in the rough, eliminate steep markups, and capture the sense of discovery that comes from shopping a bazaar. All rugs are handmade with traditional techniques and natural fibers. They’re now transforming the rug-making process with their own collection, Revival Made - rugs designed for today with the techniques and quality of yesterday.
When co-founders Rachel and Andres set up their NYC home together, they didn’t want to settle. They wanted a place for epic dinner parties, off-the-grid evenings in, and everything in between. But they were floored by the lack of essentials worth waking up to. With a talented crew of designers and dreamers, they spent a year developing what you can’t (and shouldn’t) live without. Their big idea: creating an exceptional home can be refreshingly simple. Snowe products are thoughtfully designed to be used over and over, for every moment and milestone, so you can live with the exceptional every day.
Kate Hoffman founded Spacey on a mission to reimagine fine art as more than a product, but an experience, a lifestyle, and a story. Through Spacey you can invest in fine art at an affordable price. You are empowered to understand the quality of your art, and it’s value as a collectable. Spacey commissions artists from around the globe who are sharing their work through social media. All Spacey artwork is ‘archival-grade,’ meaning they use 100% acid-free, professional grade materials. This ensures your piece maintains its superior quality for hundreds of years - a true collectors item.
Founders Jasz Dio and Cheikh Biaye highlight female Senegalese artisans and their handmade goods at Tackussanu Senegal. In 2019, they combined their passions focusing on how to bring beautiful handmade basket goods and empowering women. Each basket is handmade by women in the rural areas of Senegal, using the “coiling” technique—a process that uses local grown grass and recycled plastic. And best of all, their colorful palettes are anything but ordinary!
Designer Arati Rao established Tantuvi in 2010 while reconnecting with her ancestral roots and cultivating a relationship with India's hand-loom textile traditions. Tantuvi works with 7th generation dhurrie weavers of North India for their flat weave rugs and Ikat weavers in South India for their textiles, reinterpreting traditional patterns and weaves of the region. By working collaboratively with hand-loom co-operatives, they help sustain the artisans and craft to preserve their intimate traditions of hand spun, dyed, and woven cottons and silks of the Eastern Ghats and Rajasthan. Through the co-operative women are being trained in all aspects of weaving. Tantuvi’s goal is to provide income for women and enable future generations the chance for improved education and a stable livelihood.