Webshop We Love: Still House

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June 12, 2013
East Village boutique Still House has a quiet but powerful stock of home goods, all shoppable online. Read Full Article
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  An earthier take on Legos, these earth building blocks are made from recycled tea leaves, coffee grinds, or sawdust, combined with biodegradable plastic; $33.  Courtesy of: Still House
    An earthier take on Legos, these earth building blocks are made from recycled tea leaves, coffee grinds, or sawdust, combined with biodegradable plastic; $33.

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  Hudson Beach Glass stack of bowls in grey and mat white; $253 for a set of five bowls.  Courtesy of: Still House
    Hudson Beach Glass stack of bowls in grey and mat white; $253 for a set of five bowls.

    Courtesy of: Still House

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  Faceted Sugahara glass from Still House, $38 each  Courtesy of: Still House
    Faceted Sugahara glass from Still House, $38 each

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  Still House's offerings aren't all restrained. These playful banana-shaped salt-and-pepper shakers are designed by Michiko Shimada; $42.  Courtesy of: Still House
    Still House's offerings aren't all restrained. These playful banana-shaped salt-and-pepper shakers are designed by Michiko Shimada; $42.

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  We've noticed a lot of interesting, textured glazes hitting the market this year, and this ceramic Kahara plate from Japanese Ceramics is no exception; $66 each.  Courtesy of: Still House
    We've noticed a lot of interesting, textured glazes hitting the market this year, and this ceramic Kahara plate from Japanese Ceramics is no exception; $66 each.

    Courtesy of: Still House

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