As a maker couple, what word would you use to describe your love?
'Our word would be complementary—in work & marriage, we balance each other out and bring out the best in one another.' - Emily & Brad Weckesser, The Oyster's Pearl
'The best word to describe our love as makers would be inspired. I think our love story is reflected in the dedication we have to making our own work, always. That way we can honestly say that business has been an inspired labor of love. Filled with long hours and lots of years, we design our housewares around our life at home.' - Amy Stringer-Mowat + Bill Mowat, Aheirloom
'Patient. Lighthearted. Inspiring.' - Heather & Myles Geyman, STAK Ceramics
'One word is tough, but we'd best describe our love simply as togetherness. We spend pretty much all of our time together, whether in work or life. Sure we have a healthy dose of personal time, but for the most part we really like being in each other's company.' - Jacqui & Scott Scoggin, Year Round Co.
'Our word is fun!' - Darren & Vanessa Boer, Scout & Whistle
'The word that best describes our love, as a maker couple, is sustainable. We're very lucky (but we've also worked very hard) to be in a relationship that continually has enough love to last through bustling seven day work weeks.' - Beth Duffy & Erik Kistel, Post Studio
'Pure would be the best word to describe our love.' - Jay & Kayo Master, Mi Cielo