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  1. Voila Trivet

    Voila Trivet

    The Voila Trivet by Eric Janssen for Merlo is a take off of a gas stovetop pattern and will ensure that oven to table doesn't result in scorched surfaces. We like the durable material used can take...

    $40.00

  2. Fish Trivet

    Fish Trivet

    Perfect for those with a penchant for the nautical, this nifty fish-shaped trivet is a surefire way to dress you dinner table in style.

    $38.00

  3. Pescher Trivet

    Pescher Trivet

    One fish, two fish, red fish…(well almost) will protect your table in Alessi's Pescher trivet. When not in use, it folds up to form a neat and tidy school ready to rise to the occasion the...

    $95.00

  4. IceStone

    IceStone

    Pros IceStone is one of the most popular recycled countertops out there. All braggadocio aside, they earned a Cradle to Cradle Gold. A spectrum of colors is available—21 to be exact. While P...

    $49.00

  5. Eco

    Eco

    Pros Eco by Cosentino consists of 75 percent postindustrial or postconsumer materials, which nabbed them a Cradle to Cradle Silver and Greenguard certification. Its nonporous surface needs no seal...

    $68.00

  6. Ceasarstone Recycled

    Ceasarstone Recycled

    Pros Since we’re not looking to replace our countertops with the seasons, there’s nothing better than a lifetime warranty, which Caesarstone offers to residential customers. Its nonpo...

    $12.00

  7. Bamboo

    Bamboo

    Pros The edges on the countertops are easy on the eyes. We swooned over the dark chestnut slice sandwiched by two oh-so-beauteous blonde pieces. Of all the materials, this is one that won’t...

    $20.00

  8. PaperStone

    PaperStone

    Pros PaperStone is made of 100 percent postconsumer paper fused with a petroleum-free resin derived from cashew liquids. The material more closely resembles wood than stone, making it much easier ...

    $24.00

  9. Bio-Glass

    Bio-Glass

    Pros The material is 100 percent recycled glass and each shade represents a single waste stream, be it flat glass or water bottles, wine bottles or beer bottles. Cons We tried to mar Bio-Glass, c...

    $100.00

  10. Squak Mountain Stone

    Squak Mountain Stone

    Pros Squak started as a grad school project on sustainable design. The hand-cast slabs are made of recycled paper and glass bound with low-carbon cement. Rugged and rough around the edges, we wer...

    $32.00

  11. Rhombins Organizer

    Rhombins Organizer

    Keep desktop clutter under control with these modular organizers manufactured in Petaluma, California. This compartmentalized vessel can serve as a makeshift pot while also holding writing...

    $39.00

  12. Dent Tumblers

    Dent Tumblers

    Portland, Oregon's Pigeon Toe Ceramics boasts some mighty strong environmental creeds: All of their ceramics are made from natural clay, feature lead-free glazes, and are fired in kilns fueled by...

    $38.00

  13. Upcycled Chopstick Folding Basket

    Upcycled Chopstick Folding Basket

    Designer Bryan Parks dreamed up these clever fruit baskets made from upcycled chopsticks. We love the inventive thought that went into repurposing something that would normally be thrown away.

    $32.00

  14. Water Drop Jug

    Water Drop Jug

    Portland, Oregon's Esque studio uses recycled glass to make this water drop–shaped jug. And their committment to green design extends even further—the forms are processed in an electric...

    $403.00

  15. Slumped Vases

    Slumped Vases

    Known for creating pieces that blur the line between functional design and art, designers Andi Kovel and Justin Parker's Slump Vases for Esque are colorful, memorable, and just plain fun to use....

    $348.00

  16. Bat Trang Vases

    Bat Trang Vases

    A Dutch designer’s trip to Vietnam to learn local craft yielded a series of trim vases made of colored clay.

    $68.00

  17. Silestone Quartzite

    Silestone Quartzite

    Based in Spain, Cosentino produces the granitelike Ocean series of Silestone quartzite surfaces, shown here in Pacific.

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