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Matt & Nat

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Minimalist bags and accessories made from recycled plastic bottles $75.00

Montreal design house Matt & Nat has been making vegan-friendly carry goods since 1995, all of which feature linings made of 100% recycled plastic bottles (each bag keeps an average of 21 plastic bottles out of the landfill). Hidden details and sustainable ideas abound in every design -- from matte black hardware to cork labeling to pockets in the right places. Call it boho-chic, minimalist......read more

Matt & Nat Laptop Bag

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A vegan carrying case for all your Apple goods. $210.00

Matt & Nat's black vegan leather laptop case makes a great gift for the eco-minded Apple fanatic. Featuring a 100% recycled grey faux suede lining and durable protective padding, the two separate laptop compartments each fit a 15" Macbook, kept safe with a double zipper closure. The exterior pocket is designed to house an iPad, and the remaining pockets offer homes for iPod,......read more

Million Trees Backpack by Matt Singer

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Impeccably-styled Rivendell pack benefits NYC tree-planting project $225.00

Designer Matt Singer linked up with Monroe, Washington's Rivendell Mountain Works to craft this limited-edition backpack, with partial proceeds benefiting the Million Trees NYC initiative. The ambitious tree-planting project aims to raise one million new trees across New York City’s five boroughs over the next decade. "Living in New York City makes you acutely......read more

Domsai Terrariums

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Cheeky space men planters by Matteo Cibic $139.00

Surprising as it may seem, these astronautical planter figurines are not in fact from Mars. They come from Nove, a northern Italian town that's well-known for ceramics. Designed by Italian artist Matteo Cibic, the terrariums are made from hand-cast porcelain and mouth-blown glass, so no two are alike. And unlike the labor-intensive process of making the terrariums -- which explains the lofty......read more

Andrea Plant-Based Air Purifier

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Mathieu Lehanneur's design harnesses the air-cleaning power of plants $149.98

In the natural world, plants perform the crucial duty of filtering dirty air from the atmosphere. French designer Mathieu Lehanneur mimics that natural process with Andrea, a slick-looking home air purifier powered by plants. The air cleaning tech draws air in through a quiet fan before propelling it through the leaves and root system of the plant, and then out through the soil and back into......read more

Andre Joyau Entree Bench

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A beautifully basic reclaimed hardwood bench. $5,100.00

Crafted entirely of reclaimed hardwood, the ruggedly beautiful Entree Bench retains the markes and blemishes of the wood it's made from. Designed by Brooklyn's Andre Joyou, the piece blends organic influences with muscular elegance, and features a seating cushion upholstered by a fabric designed by Gunnar Aagaard Andersen, the great Danish modern artist/designer. ...read more

Small Siskiyou Cedar Stump

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Juniper Ridge delivers a truly natural answer to smelly socks $22.00

The mountain-marauding folks at Juniper Ridge done did it again with another super-fragrant, nature-centric product for the home. This time it's a... hunk of wood? Yes indeed it is. Why, you ask, do you need a crosscut slab of cedar? Because your clothes smell bad, that's why. Toss these bad boys in your dresser or closet and behold as your clothes take on the aroma of a hike through the Santa......read more

Hanging Air Plant Pods

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Flip the script. $32.00

Michael McDowell's Hanging Air Plant Pods make the ideal housewarming gift. Designed for Tillandsia (aka air plants), the ceramic pots look great hung individually or in groups. They're made from a natural Moroccan clay and come with a generous amount of natural hemp cord to hang inside or out. Can also be displayed right side up on a shelf or table. Available in sand (pictured), or......read more

Kishu Binchotan Charcoal

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Time-tested, all-natural water purifier $49.50

Handcrafted according to ancient Japanese tradition, Kishu Binchotan charcoal originates from the Holm tree, a hard oak that grows in the forests of Kishu. Through a signature heating and cooling process, Binchotan charcoal gains chemical absorption properties, making it is an amazing method of water purification that's been used for hundreds of years. Placed into a jug of water, the......read more

Turkish Fig Bar Soap

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Hand-poured, all natural soap bar from Portland General Store $5.00

Perennial SHFT fave Portland General Store makes finely crafted, sustainable bathroom products using no fragrance oils or chemical additives. The company's rough-cut Turkish Fig Bar Soap features rhassoul clay, which has been used in beauty and body care since ancient times. With a subtly sweet scent, the clay-enriched soap helps to reduce dryness and flakiness, while......read more

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