Thinking about adding something striking to your attire? How about making a statement with a wooden piece of art for a change? Think again, you could sport a wooden bow tie if you would like to.
Take a look again. You can see the prints, right? The flipflops unlike the usual ones have been crafted from newspapers and thus boasts to be a recycled product. These are made in Indonesia by underprivileged craftsmen to support their livelihood.
The chandelier you see above consists a whole bunch of hollowed champagne bottle corks, with LED inside each of them. Created by designer Alkesh Parmar, these eco-friendly lighting fixtures are fully customized to suit your different interiors, whether it is your living room, a restaurant or a club.
We are quite used to learning about utilitarian products, put together by different people, from reclaimed resources. That’s why nowadays we think of making use of any material that seems reusable before simply discarding them.
Yes, this could be the look for the lighting fixtures at your home if you wanted it to be. Cool, aren’t they? And why shouldn’t it be? They all bear the impressive beer factor that could never go unnoticed! Admit it, you like it.
Go natural this Christmas with the lovely set of Tree Branch Christmas Ornaments. The handmade ornaments with tree and snowflake patterns are derived sustainably and come with hemp colored wool for easy hanging.
If we tell you that the desk lamp you see above is actually edible, would you believe us? Well, believe it or not, it truly is. Designed by American designer, Victor Vetterlein, the Bite Me desk lamp is made from a biodegradable plastic derived from agar and vegetable glycerin.