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Corkit

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Cork winestoppers transformed into sustainable flower pots $8.00

Light, durable, and sustainable, cork makes an excellent choice of material for all manner of consumer products. Even better is when the cork itself is recycled, as is the case with Besta Cork, a Scranton, PA.-based startup which partners with Cork Reharvest to create products from recycled wine corks. Among Besta's early offerings is Corkit, a cheap, non-toxic......read more

Mesmerizing Photos of Frozen Flowers by Mo Devlin

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Stunning images of roses, posies and daffodils suspended in ice

Mo Devlin began his career in 1973 as a photojournalist for the U.S. Army. But his creative experiments of today have little in common with the gritty documentary photography of his old job. These bewitching images of flowers frozen in ice are show just how far he has come. The frozen flowers series features up-close shots of roses, posies and daffodils suspended in blocks of ice, with......read more

Petal by Pedal Delivers Locally-Sourced Flowers by Bike

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An NYC startup looks to shake up the flower industry

Thanks to the the sustainable food movement, foodie buzzwords like "local," "organic" and "seasonal" have taken root in our collective consiousness, and consumer awareness about where and how food is produced has never been higher. Now a New York City startup is looking to apply the same concept to flowers. The brainchild of Long Island native Kate Gilman, Petal by Pedal aims to......read more

Good Badlands: Photos by Guy Tal

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Ephemeral explosions of color in the Utah desert

The badlands of the American West is a harsh, unforgiving landscape, characterized by sunbaked clay and jagged rock formations. With minimal precipitation, the arid terrain usually features very little in the way of vegetation. In the spring, however, under certain conditions, a tiny bit of moisture can give birth to an explosion of colorful flowers, like these purple and yellow ones caught in......read more

Presso Espresso Maker

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Hand-powered espresso at home or on the road. $150.00

Who needs electricity? The Presso Espresso Maker brews a potent shot using but a little elbow grease. Lightweight and ultra-portable, the Presso is perfect for camping and travel. Features a milk frother and two-cup adapter. All you need is a little boiled water, and voila, great off-the-grid espresso. Smart....read more

Olive Wood Nesting Bowls

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Beautiful bowls handmade from sustainably-harvested wood $85.00

Dwell calls these Olive Wood Nesting Bowls from Le Souk "the best gift ever." It's hard to disagree. The beautifully-designed, space-saving bowls are handmade in Tunisia, where olive oil is a major cash crop and there are strict rules about cutting down olive trees. The wood comes from trees that no longer produce harvestable fruit, and once they're cut down, they are immediately......read more

Middleton Made Knives

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Artfully-crafted chef's knives, handmade in South Carolina by bladesmith Quentin Middleton $240.00

Master Blandesmith Quentin Middleton, the man behind the expertly crafted Middleton Made Knives, owes a weird debt of gratitude to Arnold Schwarzenegger, since it was the Governator's 1982 pulp classic Conan the Barbarian that inspired a young Quentin to get into bladesmithing in the first place. Well thank you, Arnie, because these are among the finest kitchen tools we've......read more

Cutting Board Oil

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Give your wooden kitchenware a massage with this mineral oil from Blackcreek Mercantile $35.00

Cutting boards take a lot of abuse. And while they may be tough, they deserve a good caressing on occasion. Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. has just the solution in the form of this Cutting Board Oil. Made from a special mix of white mineral oil, cold pressed oils and bee propolis, the oil works for all wooden kitchen items such as cutting boards and wooden spoons. The oil helps wood......read more

Orange Bowls by Vegetabowls

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Colorful earthenware bowls slip-cast from molds of actual oranges $68.00

For every dozen or so Etsy stores hawking homemade crafts, there is one that offers something truly special. Melanie McKenney's Vegetabowls, spotted recently on Etsy, belong to that unique minority. Using molds from real fruits and veggies scored from her local farmer's market, Melanie creates slip-cast earthenware bowls that look just like the pieces of produce from which they are cast. Each......read more

Cloudware Bowls by Haand

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Handcrafted, contemporary ceramics inspired by North Carolina skies $35.00

Operating from a 120-year-old farmhouse in Orange County, North Carolina, Haand creates high quality, handmade homewares that are functional and elegant in equal measure. These slipcast Cloudware Bowls are our favorites among many amazing pieces. Inspired equally by historic Wedgwood Jasperware and the sky in North Carolina, the powder blue bowls are each one of a kind thanks to the casting......read more

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