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Burgundy Hills Coasters

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Keep your table tops safe with these sustainable cork coasters $12.00

When it comes to wooden design materials, cork is a guaranteed win. Not only is it feather-light, super-flexlble, and impermeable to liquid, cork is highly renewable because harvesting it doesn't hurt the tree. That makes it good in our books. These cork coasters come to us from Etsy seller Meesch, aka Brooklyn-based designer Michelle LaRocca, who screen printed each piece by hand. With a hill......read more

Ryan Frank Cork Sleeves

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Is cork the new bamboo? $14.00

Ryan Frank is a South African born furniture designer living and working in East London. His collection makes frequent use of sustainable materials - like cork. Why do we love cork? It's a completely natural and renewable product, harvested without damaging or chopping down trees. It comes from the bark of the cork oak, and is harvested only once every nine or ten years....read more

Kork iPad Case

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Lightweight, durable, and eco-friendly. $80.00

There's no shortage of products out there to protect your beloved iPad, but the simple, utilitarian Kork may be the coolest yet. Made from bits of recycled cork shaped into a single form, the Kork fits an iPad snug and secure, with cutouts for buttons and inputs. You'd think you could break it in half (like we've done with many-a-wine-cork), but as you can see in this video, the Kork is strong......read more

Wine & Bar Series by Aurelien Barbry

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Warm up your bar with this cork collection for Normann Copenhagen. $29.00

As far as wooden design materials go, it doesn't get more sustainable than cork. The rapidly renewable resource is super versatile and warm-looking to boot, as designer Aurélien Barbry proves with the Wine & Bar Series created for Normann Copenhagen. Inspired by the use of cork as a bottle sealer in traditional wine production, this complete range of cork accessories......read more

Landmade Cork Journal

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Sustainable scribbler from Michael Roger Press. $16.50

We've made no secret of our love for good products made from highly renewable, super lightweight cork around here. The Landmade Cork Journal adds another to the bunch. Made in New Jersey by Michael Roger Press using the traditional Smyth binding technique (instead of gluing), the notebook is hand-sewn which allows it to lay flat and provides extra durability. The acid-free paper comes......read more

Cork Peg by molo design

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The magically magnetic mounting system. $50.00

Led by two architects, Vancouver's molo design creates inventive products with a playful sense of materials and space. The magnetic Cork Peg mounting system is a perfect example. With a surprisingly strong weight bearing capacity the Cork Pegs are perfect for hanging bags, jackets, and tools. Sold in a package of two pegs. Mounting hardware included. ...read more

Cork Planter Bookend Set

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Cork bookends also function as desktop planters/office organizers $48.00

Talk about versatility. We can count at least four simultaneous uses for this Cork Planter Bookend Set, designed by Nicole Runde on behalf of Working Class Studio. Made entirely of durable, high-density tan cork, the containers are watertight and perfectly sized for succulents, miniature, small ferns, or any sort of herb. Meanwhile it doubles as an inventive office organizer that......read more

Natural Cork Soap Dish

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Non-absorbent cork makes a perfectly sustainable soap dish $12.00

The cool cork products keep rolling in. This soap dish from SHFT fave Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. makes sensible use of one of nature's most sustainable materials. Not only is it lightweight and durable, cork is also non-absorbent, so excess water drains right through the small holes. The Natural Cork Soap Dish is made in Portugal, where cork production is centered. Learn more......read more

Pomm iPad Case

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Cork iPad sleeve combines tried-and-true material with modern tech $75.00

Spurning high tech materials in favour of old-school cork, Portugal's Pomm Design Studio delivers this geometrically inspired iPad case that provides abundant protection against the daily hazards of hauling your tablet. The sleeve is molded from two blocks of cork, a design material that gets full marks for being lightweight, shock-absorbent and water-resistant -- not to mention......read more

Short Circuit by Gaspard Tine-Beres

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A quirky collection of kitchen appliances made from recycled components and cork

Our world of cheap, disposable hosuehold goods is a sad state of affairs. Think about it. You buy, say, a new toaster, which lasts maybe three years before kicking the bucket. It's probably not hard to fix but it's easier to buy another cheap one, so you get rid of it (hopefully at an electronics recycler). And on it goes. French product designer Gaspard Tiné-Berè intercedes in......read more

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