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    January 17, 2012
    Genius

    These drink-lid inserts let you reuse glass jars as to-go cups. They are called Cuppow and cost $8 a piece.

     

    Via Shelterrific.


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    November 4, 2011
    Dancin’ With Myself

    I think this might be my holiday alternative to gift wrap. I am dancing with myself tote from natabalnova, $15.

    Via Where the Lovely Things Are.


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    April 28, 2011
    No Cords Attached

    Ikea’s new solar-powered lamp is completely plug-free. I’d be curious to see how much light it puts out and for how long. $20, in-store only.


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    January 18, 2011
    Etsy Find: French Oak Fruit and Cheese Board

    This footed fruit and cheese board from Swedish Guy Designs is made from reclaimed wood, as are all of his items. I love the mix of rustic wood and sleek, atomic legs. Very chic.

    Via Modish.


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    July 28, 2010
    Eco and Style Friendly

    It may not be easy being green, but being green just got really easy on the eyes. These single-use plates and bowls from WASARA are beautiful and totally sustainable. Talk about fancying up the average summer BBQ.

    Via Readymade


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    May 7, 2010
    Make Like Tree

    Trees are usually the subjects of art, not the artists. But, apparently they aren’t half bad at the whole thing. Tim Knowles gave a few trees and plants pens (well, attached pens to their branches and leaves) and let them draw with the wind, so to speak. Their moving branches create some really attractive designs.


    Via Buzzfeed.


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    April 9, 2010
    The Future is Now

    This air purifier looks like something from Star Trek, but apparently you can pick one up at your local Home Depot. It uses the plant’s natural ability to absorb pollutants to clean the air in your home. Seems like a big task for such a little plant.


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    January 28, 2010
    Urb Garden

    This vertical garden doesn’t just grow herbs, it also composts food scraps with a little earthworm farm and, when mixed with water, creates liquid fertilizer that helps the plants grow.


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    November 30, 2009
    Thrifty Gifties

    These lids are specially designed to make your old tin cans into useful household accessories. What a perfect way to reuse all of those pumpkin and green-bean cans this season. Not to mention, the perfect gift for your favorite recycler.


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    September 23, 2009
    Eco Warrior

    Finally, a green shopping bag with a sense of humor.


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