Name Name

title
descript

SEARCH

125 results for "home food coloring"
Page
1

Dyson Air Multiplier Fan

shop
No blades and 15 times more air. $299.99

Leave it to Dyson to come up with the most beautiful, (pricey), and energy efficient fan. Using an airfoil-shaped ramp (like a cross-section through an airplane wing), airflow is amplified 15 times. Apparently this creates "smooth, powerful airflow," with no need for fast-spinning blades. Up to 5.28 gallons of air per second is drawn in by an energy efficient brushless motor....read more

Solar Stepping Stones

shop
Step into the light $25.00

Create a clear walkway through your garden with Solar Stepping Stones that light up automatically at night. Solar Stepping Stones provide a lighted path marker for lawns or gardens, and since its included batteries are recharged by the sun, no electricity is required. ...read more

Stump Stools

shop
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

Chiquita Stool

shop
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

Hanging Terrarium

shop
A minature ecosystem sure to bring life to any room. $88.00

The best part about terrariums, apart from the fact that they look like miniature sci-fi jungle worlds, is that they require next to no work. They are self-contained ecosystems that feed and water themselves. So terrariums are perfect for lazy plant lovers, like us. This one, available via Old Faithful Shop in Vancouver, is hand-blown using 100% recycled glass. The perfect home for an assortment......read more

ReMakes Placemats

shop
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

shop
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

shop
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

Boskke Sky Planter Recycled

shop
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

shop
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

Page
1