Style & Shopping City of Makers Regionally made products to look out for the next time you shop. By Rachel Hinch | August 2019 Tucked in the corners of many of our favorite stores are designs and handmade products—hidden charms, one may call them—from makers living right next door. Wild at Home by Hilton Carter ($19.95) at Trohv. Stitched bird portrait, large by Jennifer McBrien ($175) at Trohv. Bohemian crab print by Found Studio ($22) at Trohv. Grapefruit and frankincense hand cream by Priya Means Love ($17) at B.Willow. Ceramic Mug by Anna K. Crooks ($35) at Bottle of Bread. Monstera Deliciosa earrings by Bryan O’Neill ($20) at B.Willow. Rutilated quartz and brass earrings ($34) at Milagro. Map Journal by Odette Press ($25) at B.Willow. Small leather drifter wallet in green by Jenn Kim ($60) at Bottle of Bread. Blue squish pot by Studio Hope Ceramics Mud bowl by Lucky Mud ($28) at Bottle of Bread. Peppermint hydrosol by Star Bright Farm ($19) at B.Willow. Bee plates by Alyssa Fernandez Ceramics ($20) at Doubledutch Boutique. 111 Places in Baltimore That You Must Not Miss by Allison Robicelli ($19.90) at Trohv. Ginger and kaffir lime mason jar candle by 228 Grant Street ($18) at Trohv.