While it is certainly not a sofa, pendant, kitchen remodel, or generally any kind of big ticket item you scrimp and save and lust for, a doormat is one of the first little touches you—and your guests—see before setting foot inside your home. Make that first step a good one with this lovely floral outdoor floor cover, hand-woven in India from coconut husk fibers.
What's inside it a question easily answered (lift the lid, silly) but when it was put there is a whole nother story. Write the content's particulars or a little note to your roomie on this chalkboard jar and when you've finished the food, simply wipe it away.
Who says Dixie cups are only for drinking beverages in your college days? This ceramic cup first made its debut in 1975 by Netherlands ceramicist Rob Brandt. Wouldn’t it be nice if these replaced all the plastic cups in the world?
We'd be hard pressed to find a tastier looking and more environmentally minded timepiece than this one. The Juice clock by Bean Products is made from 100-percent recycled detergent bottles and comes in a lemon, orange, or grapefruit version.
When we were kids, one of the best playthings you could ask for was a giant cardboard box: it was a fort, a spaceship, or just a blank canvas for painting and drawing. The clever folks at Dutch design group Kidsonroof have elevated the form of the humble box, but maintained all of the creative possibilities with the Bo Buro desk + stools. Made out of cardboard, it gives the wee-ones a workspace of their own, but should they tire of its practical uses, it can be easily overturned or reconfigured for more fanciful functions. When the versatile Bo Buro’s met the end of its usefulness inside, it can be thrown into the compost pile or recycling bin outside, which truly makes it the gift that keeps on giving.
A set of two mini porcelain folded bowls for holding your salt and pepper. Spoon available separately. Glazed in clear gloss.