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I have a ceramic coffee cup that I love, but it has no handle. A coffee cuff like this one, made of pliable, soft cork fabric, would allow me to use my favorite cup without burning my hand. The fabric is also naturally anti-microbial, stain resistant and machine washable — a must if it’s going to...
OK, I think this “Adjust-a-Bowl” is just way too cool. Who would have guessed it was made of soft cork?
Pitchers are always a fun way to add some shape and dimension to any table. I love the hand-blown irregular shape of this one.
Tongs are probably my most-used kitchen accessory. I have several pairs to make sure I always have one on hand when I need it. As a change from the regular stainless style, I love these bamboo tongs. They remind me of chopsticks.
Wooden salad bowls are quintessential in any kitchen, classic or modern. My mom has had hers for over 25 years, and they look just like these! These bamboo bowls are beautiful, and contrary to what you might think, they don't absorb odors and are very easy to clean.
I almost jumped up and down when I found this neutral party kit made of recycled, compostable paper products and bamboo utensils. You can choose a kit sized for as few as 8 or as many as fifty people. I think this would be great to keep on hand over the next couple of months.
This cozy pillow is crafted from hemp and natural cotton, and it's filled with soft down feathers. I love that it's decorated with adorable woodland creature silhouette drawings.
Bamboo is light, so it works well as modular and movable pieces like these stacking cubes. They'd look great as end tables, but the idea of using them for toys is great too.
Bamboo is often used for kids' products because it's cost-effective, safe and light. This mini cooking utensil set is just adorable for encouraging kids to help out in the kitchen.
I like using these bamboo plates at picnics and barbecues as a more stylish alternative to the paper variety. I find you can get away with using them a couple of times too.
I want to shout from the rooftops about this product. I love everything about these, from their sizes down to their cute stitching and closures.
These kits of organically-grown bamboo dinnerware will serve picnicking groups of 16 or 50 and come stocked with just about everything you'll need. The best part is everything is compostable, making for quick and easy cleanup!
Made of 100-percent post-industrial recycled wood residuals, this wooden toy elephant is both environmentally friendly and playful.
I am obsessed with this herringbone wool throw. I want the light blue and the orange. And it's woven in New England!
Though pricey, this handmade serving board is beautifully designed and made from walnut. It'd be a lovely group gift combined with a selection of foods the recipient loves most.