A decade ago, Rachael invented her first product for the home: an oval pasta pot that could hold spaghetti without taking up too much space on a stove. Then, two years ago, she explains, "I started doodling in the margins of my recipe notebooks what I wish pieces of my furniture did." For example, she wanted a nightstand that had hidden outlets for charging, a kitchen island with a built-in garbage bowl, a room divider with drawers that could open up on either side ... and now those ideas have come to life!
"It keeps the promise of my brand: It problem solves, it's affordable, and it's of the highest quality. I am so proud," says Rachael.