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Canvas Syrian Carafe

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Recycled glass carafe handmade in the ancient tradition of Syria. $54.00

We're big fans of Canvas, the Manhattan homeware purveyor with a focus on sustainable design. The shop has a flair for finding nicely-designed, affordably-priced green products for the home. This elegant, dishwasher-safe carafe is a fine example. Not that there's anything wrong with pouring your favorite Cab Sav out of a bottle, but wouldn't it be better to pour it from a recycled,......read more

Recycled Windshield Wine Glasses

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Glass from the past. $22.00

These stemless wine glasses make clever use of salvaged glass from old car windshields. Because of their past life, the glass itself is fairly thick, so if you're into dainty wine glasses that break all the time, they may not be your thing. But you're into intriguing, functional products that have an interesting green back story and last forever, these are right up your alley. Handmade......read more

Hanging Terrarium

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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

Artecnica tranSglass Tumblers, Polished

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Graceful glassware crafted from recycled bottles. $39.00

Set of 4 Handcut Tumblers   tranSglass brings elegance and subtlety to recycled material design. These tumblers are crafted in Guatemala City from recycled bottles, where skilled craftspeople cut and polish items by hand. Designed by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden, tranSglass is included in the permanent collection of MoMA New York, and available only through Artecnica as part of their......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

BottleHood Spice Jars

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Recycled bottles converted into cork-topped spice jars $17.50

The good folks behind San Diego-based BottleHood find attractive and functional uses for discarded wine, beer, liquor and soda bottles, which they creatively repurpose into tumblers, juice glasses, vases, pendant beads and light fixtures. We're loving these handcrafted spice jars made from pinot grigio bottles, which are topped with renewable cork stoppers to keep kitchen goods fresh.......read more

BottlesUp

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Minimize your footprint with these artisanal water bottles, made from 75% recycled glass $25.95

Laurel Herter has worked in art and architectural glass for over thirty years, creating stained glass church windows, carved glass tabletops, intricate leaded glass skylights, and more for clients all over the world. A glass lover through-and-through, she has deep concerns about plastic pollution and its effects on the environment. So she decided to do something about it with BottlesUp, a......read more

Log Cabin by Piet Hein Eek

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A sustainable studio space disguised as a pile of wood.

Made from sustainable wood and salvaged steel, this movable log cabin—created by Dutch green design maestro Piet Hein Eek—is as clever as it gets. Designed as a musician's rehearsal space—and built on wheels to avoid taxes and building regulations—the structure's facade is composed of small cross-sections of tree trunk. When the building is unoccupied and the shutters are......read more

Amalia House

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Austrian holiday home pays tribute to the natural world outside.

Earth is increasingly being touted as the building material of the future, leading to a hot new architectural trend: grass houses. Designed by GRID Architects, the Amalia House in Styria, Austria joins the trend...sort of. The family holiday home is completely covered with artificial turf, highlighting the interchange between indoors and out. We may be taking the idea of "green" design......read more

CompoSpin Garden Compost Bin

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To mix it up, just roll it around. $199.99

Made from 100% recycled materials, the CompoSpin is a tumbler composter that cleverly avoids the one major pitfall of composting—having to mix up the rotting stuff inside. With the ball-shaped Ecomposter, all you need to do to mix up the contents is roll it around your garden, creating nutrient rich compost in as little as a month. Easy!...read more

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