In the market for locally crafted sustainable furniture or an eclectic vintage throw? You’re in luck. Hinge Design Studio will host its first-ever fall furniture party this Saturday, November 6 from 5 to 10 p.m. at 1110 N. Hoyne Ave., Suite 2. The event brings together home furnishings by Aaron Pahmier and Bladon Conner, minimalist photography by Emily Johnston Anderson and work by urban iphoneographer, Jeremy Edwards. Also—new to Hinge—find Elizabeth Siegan’s locally screen-printed linen pillows ($105) and Hand and Cloth’s vintage sari throws ($98 each), both shown above. When they’re not throwing parties, Hinge is a home furnishings resource specializing in farmhouse antiques, mid-century modern pieces, and sustainable custom furniture. It’s easy to get ‘hinged,’ er, hooked—like us.