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ReMakes Placemats

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Recycled billboard vinyl hits the dinner table. $15.99

At the end of its, ahem, "useful" life, billboard vinyl typically heads to the landfill, where it slowly leeches toxins for the next gazillion years. ReMakes intervenes in that nasty cycle, using the spent PVC vinyl to make these handsome and functional placemats. Each placemat comes adorned with a QR code, which you can scan with your smartphone for a daily eco-factoid. ReMakes Placemats come in......read more

Green Wall Medium DIY

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A gravity-defying garden plot to liven up any space. $52.80

Gravity is a real jerk. Only a mean and spiteful force of nature would make people fall down and prevent them from flying. But we're not going to let it stop us from growing plants on our walls, no way. Thanks to this Dutch-made green wall kit will, defying gravity is as easy as 1-2-3. Just find some suitable plants (try asparagus, ferns, or ivy -- anything goes as long as the roots don't go too......read more

Pebble Rug

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Surplus teddy bear material repurposed into a uniquely plush rug $888.00

 Here's an interesting floor piece from Toronto's DesignRepublic that's sure to warm up any room. Looking like a collection of round stones, the Pebble Rug is actually made of extra material left over from fuzzy toy animal production. After a long day, who wouldn't want to lay down on a carpet of cuddly teddy bear arms?   The Pebble Rug is available in four colors:......read more

Tea Houses by Swatt Miers Architects

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Three small buildings in a Silicon Valley oak grove offer a quiet retreat

When the owner of a Silicon Valley property decided to renovate his family home, he also decided to make good on an idea he and his daughter shared: building treehouses in an oak grove on the edge of the property. While not exactly treehouses per se, these three tea houses nestled among the stands of oak should do the trick. Designed by Swatt Miers Architects, the glass-paneled tea houses......read more

Boskke Sky Planter Recycled

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Turn your houseplants on their heads $17.95

Boskke's quirky, upside-down Sky Planters series invert the very idea of indoor plants. Last year, the company unveiled a new range of the hanging planters made of recycled polypropylene. The Sky Planter Recycled landed the company a 2011 Red Dot design award for the use of recycled materials and for integrating a Slo-Flo internal irrigation system that waters the plants directly at their roots.......read more

Recycled Glass Terrarium

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Free-blown bubble planters from Sprout Home $160.00

The terrarium trend keeps heating up, and we're all over it. This offering from our compadres at Sprout Home comes in recycled glass, which is free-blown into a bubble that's flattened and curved into a shape. Available in four sizes (small, medium, large, and extra large), each Recycled Glass Terrarium is totally unique. The terrariums arrive empty, so it's up to you to plant it up. Fern,......read more

Recycled Billboard Planter

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Ad banner repurposed as a colorful planter by NottyPooch $20.00

Malaysian design team NottyPooch breathes new lives to discarded billboard banners, upcycling the plastic media into boldly colored house planters. Good for use indoor or out, this medium sized option is ideal for the balcony, a side table, or in the kitchen. Default drainage comes courtesy of the stitches and corners, which you can augment by poking holes in the bottom. The jute strand handles......read more

Dot Espresso Cups

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Lovely little hand-thrown cups with a surprise pop of color on the underside $22.00

We love the modern, handcrafted style of Portland's Pigeon Toe Ceramics, and these lovely little cups from the studio's spring/summer collection are among our faves. Little drinks like espresso and sake will find a perfect home in the handthrown, clear-glazed cups, which feature a surprise pop of color on the underside. Select from an array of attractive colors to fit your decor. Available......read more

Recycled Chopstick Folding Basket

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Single use bamboo chopsticks shaped into unique countertop basket $32.00

American designer Brian Parks spent several years studying in China, where his eyes were opened to the upcycling potential of discarded single-use chopsticks. This folding basket is one of his coolest chopstick creations. Handcrafted entirely from the durable bamboo eating utensils, the table- or countertop basket is the ideal home for anything from fruit and bread to napkins or mail. And, as......read more

Beam End Table by Environment

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A beautifully rustic, two-drawer end table made from reclaimed Peroba Rosa wood $995.00

Our eco-minded Los Angeles compatriots at Environment Furniture score another home furnishing win with the Beam End Table, inspired by the rugged beauty of exposed ceiling beams. Made from reclaimed planks of Peroba Rosa wood, the piece features two drawers with touch latch doors to keep bedside clutter in order (or at least out of sight). Dimensions: 17.5" height x 24" length x 18" depth...read more

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