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Spinnaker Sail Shower Curtain

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Nautical-themed shower curtain made from recycled sailcloth. $100.00

In the world of sailing, lightweight spinnakers are flown off the bow of the boat for sailing "off the wind." As it turns out, they also make for functional, good-looking shower curtains. Made from discarded sailcloth, this Spinnaker Sail Shower Curtain brings a nautical vibe to your bathroom. Perfect for a lake cabin or beach home. Made in the USA. Available in blue or red....read more

Petal Drops Raincatcher

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Flower-shaped funnel repurposes rainwater in style $5.25

The Petal Drops Raincatcher, developed by Pieter Laga and the design-by-community users at Quirky, makes wasteful plastic bottles useful again, with a simple and efficient design that gathers rainwater for re-use. Made from plant-based sources, the flower-shaped funnel fits comfortably on to any old plastic water bottle, turning it instantly into the perfect miniature water barrel, ready to water......read more

Blue Guardian BoomCase

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Vintage luggage meets future audio $595.00

For those with a flair for the unique, here's a a portable stereo solution that's as individual as they get. The BoomCase, a mobile boombox housed in a vintage suitcase, is a truly one of a kind design. Created by California artist Mr. Simo (aka Dominic Odbert), each custom BoomCase is outfitted with a headphone jack so you can link it to any device. And all you audio geeks out there can rest......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

Denimite Square Ring

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This cute recycled denim and resin ring helps crowdfund more products from the sustainable fiber $20.00

After years of experimentation, Nebraska green building experts Jen Carlson and Josh Shear have created a new fiber composite made using recycled denim. Dubbed Denimite, the material is manufactured from old, shredded-up blue jeans and “bio-based thermoset resin binder.” The duo have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for scaling up production of the fiber, which they......read more

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