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Stanley Thermos

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The original. $30.00

Since 1913, the Stanley brand has been building rugged products that last. The classic Stanley thermos is the very embodiment of product durability. The thermos is known to survive being dropped from planes, run over by vehicles, even shot with a gun. Now in its 96th year of production, the BPA-free, stainless steel thermos comes with a lifetime guarantee. ...read more

Theo Chocolate: Coffee Salted Caramel

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Coffee + chocolate = happiness. $8.80

Since 2006, Theo Chocolates have been produced in Seattle at the only organic and Fair Trade chocolate factory in the U.S. It may be hard to wrap your head around that because they taste like gifts from from heaven above. Our favorite is the mindblowingly delicious Theo Coffee Salted Caramel, a collaboration with the expert coffee roasters at Caffe Vita. Each box comes with four pieces. ...read more

Aurora Lamp by The Good Flock

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Versatile, US-made lighting solution available in a variety of woods $169.00

Here is a beautifully crafted lighting solution from The Good Flock in Portland, OR. The Aurora Lamp features a a conical shape that diffuses and maximizes light while highlighting the character of the wood base. The versatile design can be placed on a shelf or side table, or easily hung on a wall with a single screw. The lamp is built with a porcelain socket, in-line on/off switch, US cotton......read more

FEED 2 Bag

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For every bag purchased, 2 children are fed for a year. $100.00

Perennial SHFT fave FEED Projects comes through with another great product that helps in the global fight against hunger. Made from natural burlap and organic cotton, the FEED 2 Bag features two comfy green straps (including a messenger strap for bikeriding) and a copper ring closure. Like all their products, the FEED 2 Bag comes with an important cause: Each bag sold feeds 2 children in school......read more

Blue Hill Pickled Cucumbers

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Sliced and preserved Kirby cucumbers grown by Cherry Lane Farms $14.00

The artisanal geniuses at Blue Hill Farm in New York's Pocantico Hills have created what may just be the world's best pickle. That sounds lofty, but if you've ever bitten into one of these, you'd be obliged to agree. The flavors are so subtle, so intricate, that it's hard to believe that the list of ingredients is so simple: Kirby cukes (from Cherry Lane Farms in Bridgeton, NJ), white wine......read more

Pallet Chair

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Rustic seating cobbled together from salvaged shipping pallets $99.00

Wooden pallets have emerged as a favorite source material for crafty repurposers. And why not? There are an estimated two billion of them floating around the world. Atlanta's Clarke Titus, whose roughsouthhome Etsy shop is chalk full of great repurposed homewares, makes expert use of salvaged pallet wood for these Pallet Chairs. Custom-made for your individual purposes, the......read more

Camp Stool by Wood & Faulk

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Outstanding outdoor perch handmade in Portland from bridle leather and US hardwood $165.00

With camping season essentially halfway through, there's just enough time to secure new outdoors accessories and get some use before winter sets in. Wood & Faulk's Camp Stool could be the one. Handcrafted in Portland, OR with American-grown ash wood and English bridle leather, W&F's stool is the perfect perch for fireside conversation. Handsome, handmade, and built to last, this is is a......read more

Shape Field Chair

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A modern interpretation of the classic camping chair $150.00

There is a gaping hole in the camping accessories market where quality seating should be. Husband and wife team Karson and Mary Shadley are looking to fill the gap with the Shape Field Chair, a simple, modern take on the classic camping chair. Designed with minimalism, reliability, and comfort in mind, the folding chair weighs less than 4 pounds, even with sturdy aluminum construction and #8 duck......read more

Bucket Seat in Scrapwood, Low

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Reclaimed wood seating from the inimitable Piet Hein Eek $769.00

Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek has been transforming waste materials into distinctive furniture since long before sustainability became the zeitgeist it is today. But while the reduce-reuse-recycle approach is central to his practice, Hein Eek's work is more nuanced than that. "It’s not just about recycling, it’s about a respect for the materials," he says. This low bucket......read more

Dip Dyed Stools by Serena & Lily

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Rustic reclaimed teak stools get the dipped treatment $58.00

California home decor brand Serena & Lily gave these reclaimed teak stools the dip-dyed treatment, adding some modern gloss to an otherwise rustic look. Crafted by hand in Indonesia, the stools are finished in a smooth wax glaze that leaves the wood''s natural imperfections intact. The sturdy stools come in both chair height and counter height in white, blue or yellow.  We could see them......read more

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