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Unikko Beach Towel by Marimekko

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Organic cotton beach towel in Maija Isola's iconic poppy print $120.00

In a world where brand collaborations pop out of nowhere and disappear just as fast, the 40-year partnership between Crate & Barrel and Marimekko is something to behold. From Marimekko's summer collection, available exclusively via Crate & Barrel, comes this organic cotton beach towel that would make the perfect summer gift to the design fan in your life. The soft cotton towel......read more

Modern 50 Vintage Nautical Stools

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Great looking stools feature re-purposed nautical cushions. $800.00

On sea or on land, these cushions are great looking and feel like their second life is well-earned. Vintage Nautical Deck Stools by Stubensdoughter c.1968, Tybee Island. H: 30 x W: 13 x D: 13 in....read more

Stump Stools

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Handsome indoor/outdoor stools made from a fallen Northwest rainforest maple tree . $570.00

Vancouver-based Cumulus Project is an online concept store offering one unique object for sale at any given time. Once it sells, the next item is unveiled. The project debuts with this wonderful set of three Stump Stools made from a fallen maple tree found on the forest floor in Storm Bay, B.C. The upholstery is white leather and copper tacks over sustainably-harvested-latex foam. Small,......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

Break Stool

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From Petrifieddesign $340.00

Overview Handmade item Color: White Height: 18" inches Materials: powder coat, metal, steel, white, pecan, wood Made to order ...read more

Chiquita Stool

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Renewable ratten-pole seating from designer Kenneth Cobonpue. $635.00

Kenneth Cobonpue's signature furniture designs are made with locally sourced natural and organic fibers. His Chiquita stool, made from rattan poles (rattan is a fast growing type of palm tree), is a wonderful convergence of form, function and fun. While the end of poles may not look like a comfortable place to sit, don't be deceived. Underneath the sticks is a layer of soft, bouncy foam......read more

Eco-Friendly Stool/Table by Pfeifer Studio

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Crosscut pine trunks shaped into colorful furniture pieces $219.00

Combining rustic, natural design vibes with vibrant contemporary colors, these chunks of sustainably-harvested pine wood do double duty as stools or tables. With inspiration from traditional Southwestern architecture and American Colonial-era finishes and techniques, the pieces are cut from solid pine wood and hand-painted using milk-based finishes. They come in five colors (Dove Gray, Federal......read more

SBW Stool by Miles & May

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American-made seating in reclaimed heart pine and black steel $815.00

Led by designer Brandon Phillips, upstate NY furniture maker Miles & May finds inspiration in the idiosyncrasies of salvaged wood to create warm, functional pieces for the home. The SBW Stool is a good example of Phillips' well-considered approach to material and form. The stool's seat is made from reclaimed "heart pine" -- the non-living center of the pine tree trunk, which woodworkers love......read more

The Crate by Fietsklik

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Lockable cargo system makes it easy to haul stuff on your bike $99.00

At the core of Holland's enviable international reputation are two things: bike culture and modern design. Fietsklik, an Amsterdam-based startup, taps into both with the Crate, a detachable, lockable cargo system for bikes. The brand, which means "bike click" in Dutch, was launched after one of the founders  dropped a case of beer while trying to transport it by bicycle. Enter......read more

Reclaimed Wood Six-Pack Tote

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Drink out of the box with this handy, handcrafted brew crate $35.00

Our favorite way to enjoy a summer eve at the park or in a friend's backyard is with an array of craft brews. But transporting a mismatched six-pack of beers is a tricky proposition. Bay Area designers David and Christopher Steinrueck answer the call with this handy beer tote, handcrafted out of redwood beams reclaimed from salvage yards in the San Francisco area. Perfectly sized to keep clinks......read more

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