Egyptian-Themed Housewares by Beech Hall

Beech Hall, a new online shop based half in Brooklyn and half in Philadelphia, has a simple yet unconventional concept: to offer a line of jewelry, housewares, and ceramics based around a single, strong theme and design language, then change that theme from season to season. For their inaugural collection, the brand’s founders — New York illustrator and textile designer Danielle Kroll, Philly jewelry and product designer Bev Beaulieu, and Philly art director and designer Wade Keller — have chosen an Egyptian motif, featuring prints painted by Kroll and applied to objects like plant cozies, urns, and bookends. 

Named after the Tyler School of Art dorm where the trio first met, Beech Hall is a surprisingly sprawling, ambitious project, considering all of the objects are handmade. Our picks below represent just a sampling of the goodness the group has created.BH_Ceramic_MapToMummy_01 beechhall1 beechhall2 BH_Ceramic_BuriedWithTreasure_01 BH_Home_Bookends_02 BH_Ceramic_FallingHieros BH_Ceramic_PlateSetNo3 BH_Pillow_Scatter BH_Ceramic_Cleo_02 BH_Ceramic_ShapeTrays beechhall3 BH_Ceramic_PlatterNo2 BH_Art_PaintingTheSlabs_pt2 BH_Home_Candle_01 BH_Ceramic_PlatterNo4 BH_Home_Planter_small BH_Pillow_Hiero