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Ratzer Tracks Plaid Blanket

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Seriously green blanket making by Tina Ratzer in Denmark. $429.00

It doesn't get more sustainable than this: the wool is 100% Australian, biodynamic, merino wool – Demeter certified KbT, by IVN, Germany. The sheep are bred under biodynamic control. The soaps and spinnings oils used are biodegradable. The wool is not super-washed and no moth repellents are used. The dyes used do not contain heavy metals. The textile is woven, then milled without soap in......read more

Boylan Pop Tumblers by Green Glass Co.

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Don�t feel guilty about your next cream soda $32.50

Rescued from NYC restaurants, these bottles are kept out of landfills by transforming them into one of a kind glasses....read more

Mada Caimes Hemp Guitar

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Seamless and green $3,475.00

The MADA caimes body is an organically shaped semi-acoustic electric guitar body made of hemp pulp and is not carved or milled like traditional guitars. Design has revolutionized the production technique. One form without any linings or bracings. With its edge-less organic shape, MADA develops an unmistakable, wonderful sharp and organic sound....read more

Dedon NestRest

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Hanging pod transforms the garden sofa into a small piece of architecture.

Like an outdoor cradle for grown-ups, Dedon's new NestRest may be the ultimate spot for an afternoon nap, rocking gently as you laze in the sun. Designed by Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety, the hanging pod is made of super-sized strands of Dedon Fiber, a patented industrial textile that's both non-toxic and fully recyclable. The thick, sturdy weave is open, breathable and private, so that......read more

Most Architecture: Brandbase Pallet

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Handcrafted, sustainable bats for Brazilian beach sport. $150.00

Founded in Rio de Janeiro in 2005, FB Frescobol makes luxury bat and ball sets for the Brazilian beach sport of 'frescobol' (we've tried it - it's fun). Perfect for sunny days off at the beach, FB Frescobol bats are made from small remnants of local Brazilian certifado woods, left over from the production of furniture from other marceneiro wood factories....read more

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