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Par Cork Salt & Pepper Shakers

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Season sustainably with these minimal shakers in cork and glass $50.00

Exotic seasonings often steal the limelight from plain ol' salt and pepper, but it is the latter two that act as the bedrock of good flavor. Portuguese cork house Materia teamed with Japan's Nendo studio to create "Par," a salt-and-pepper shaker pair in agglomerated cork and glass. Par works to keep salt and pepper in check, with the cork piece acting as a stand that keeps the contents......read more

Cortica, the Cork Coffee Mug

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Smart, stylish alternative to disposable cups $25.00

Natural, lightweight and highly renewable, cork makes an excellent product design material. The Cortica coffee mug makes smart use of the wood, which acts to house a 12oz porcelain mug while also keeping your coffee warm. From designer Robert Knox: I’ve been building houses, furniture, and longboards for years. Recently, I started building my own fly rods and working with cork. I......read more

Cork Door Wedge by Hugo Passos

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A simple household object made from one of the world's most renewable materials $19.00

If you're into smart, simple household objects, you'll find a happy place in London's Jasper Morrison shop, which carries a well curated array of functional design products. This Cork Door Wedge is a fine example. Designed by Portuguese-born, London-based designer Hugo Passos, the wedge is handmade using highly renewable Portuguese cork, adding a natural vibe to a useful everyday object.......read more

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

Corkit

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Cork winestoppers transformed into sustainable flower pots $8.00

Light, durable, and sustainable, cork makes an excellent choice of material for all manner of consumer products. Even better is when the cork itself is recycled, as is the case with Besta Cork, a Scranton, PA.-based startup which partners with Cork Reharvest to create products from recycled wine corks. Among Besta's early offerings is Corkit, a cheap, non-toxic......read more

BottleHood Spice Jars

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Recycled bottles converted into cork-topped spice jars $17.50

The good folks behind San Diego-based BottleHood find attractive and functional uses for discarded wine, beer, liquor and soda bottles, which they creatively repurpose into tumblers, juice glasses, vases, pendant beads and light fixtures. We're loving these handcrafted spice jars made from pinot grigio bottles, which are topped with renewable cork stoppers to keep kitchen goods fresh.......read more

Lagarta by Ana Mestre

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Playful modular seating in sustainable cork $350.00

Made of agglomerated cork, the Lagarta pouf is a playful, sensorial seating experience. Designed by Ana Mestre for Touch, each ball fits snugly into the hollow goove of the next one....read more

Artecnica Cork Cases

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Put it in cork. $36.00

Cork is one of our favorite materials. Not coincidentally, it's also one of the most sustainable; the wood is harvested by stripping the outer layer of bark off a cork oak tree, without harming or killing it. Inspired by the simplicity of traditional envelopes, these cork carrying cases are lined with 100% recycled billboard, coming in three sizes: a wallet, a clutch and a handbag. The smaller......read more

Cork Stools

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Light, durable and eco-friendly. Designed by Jasper Morrison for Vitra. $380.00

In addition to being one of the most sustainable woods, cork is a tough, lightweight industrial design material. These stools, designed by Jasper Morrison for Vitra, use cork that's limited to 9 year harvest cycles, meaning the same tree can harvested for generations. They also fit perfectly within Jasper Morrison's stated design mission: “to produce everyday objects for everyone’s......read more

SHFT's Sundance Dinner Party

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Uncorking SHFT House Wines at in Park City

We closed down this year's Sundance Film Fest with a bang, at a SHFT dinner held at Fiore in Park City. Presented with Ford and W Hollywood, the event was hosted by Adrian and Peter, who uncorked (more than) a few bottles of our newly launched House Red, an organic Rhone Blend from Paso Robles, California. The dinner itself was a smash, with phenomenal food plated by the culinary......read more

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