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    This stainless steel, lightweight, double walled food storage container by ONYX will keep food warm or cold for hours. 14cm 18/0 Food Grade Stainless Steel Dishwasher not recommended  
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    A tough bath brush with Tampico fibre for scrubbing power. Perfect for bottoms of feet and gardening knees. Excellent brush for circulation and lymphatic drainage. 13 1/2" L x 2.5" W x 1.75" H Birch, horse hair and Tampico fibre Made in Sweden

    Iris Hantverk has been making natural fibre and wood brushes since the late 19th century. Their brushes are handcrafted by visually impaired craftsmen in the tradition of Swedish brush binding.

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    Iris Hantverk's round birch board is perfect for serving cheese, fruit or charcuterie. Treat with a board oil (like linseed oil or beeswax) for a darker finish and to increase the life of your board. 12.8" x .7"

    Untreated Birch

    Made in Sweden

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    IRIS HANTVERK TOWELS

    $5.00$10.00
    These knitted organic cotton towels by Ulrika Mårtensson for Iris Hantverk are ultra soft but also gently exfoliating when wet.
    • Hand towel - 20" x 17.5"
    • Washcloth - 12" x 12"
    100% Organic Cotton Made in Sweden

    Iris Hantverk has been making natural fibre and wood brushes since the late 19th century. Their brushes are handcrafted by visually impaired craftsmen in the tradition of Swedish brush binding.

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    Inspired by classic pull-down maps, this hanger frame by 2nd Shift Design Co. uses a centered ring at the top that easily slips over a small brass nail (included). The frame’s wooden brackets are tightened with brass thumbscrews, securely holding prints that are slightly larger or smaller than the frame. Two size options: 10" and 12.5” Made from locally sourced Maple hardwood and solid brass hardware Made in USA
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    A gorgeously soft and fluffy champagne colored feather duster. To "empty" your duster, just take it outside and give it a shake. 27" L x 10" D Ostrich feathers, wood, leather Made in South Africa
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    The CoffeeSock Coldbrew Kit includes a quart size canning jar and a reusable organic cotton cloth filter. For lovers of coffee and the environment.

    Coffee brewed with cloth filters is rich in aromatic oils and has a clean and robust flavor profile with balanced acids and no paper filter taste. Cloth filters can be used for up to a year with proper care. Replacement CoffeeSock Coldbrew Filters are also available.
    • GOTS Certified Organic Cotton
    • Fair Wage
    • Hand-sewn in the USA
       
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    Slow North's extra large wool dryer balls are a natural fabric softener and decrease drying time. Add a few drops of essential oils to each ball for gorgeously scented linens. Set of 3 Dryer Balls 100% Natural New Zealand Wool Made in Austin, Texas
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    Stasher sandwich bags are made from 100% pure platinum non-toxic silicone and are dishwasher and microwave safe. Send your littles to school with a sandwich or snacks without the guilt. 7.5” x 7.5” x 1” / 15 fl. ounces 100% pure platinum silicone Designed in California and produced responsibly in China
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    THIS IS HOME: THE ART OF SIMPLE LIVING By Natalie Walton This Is Home is about simple living – how to focus on our values to create authentic homes full of meaning and joy. Natalie Walton steps inside fifteen homes across the world to meet the people who made them, and discover whether there is some universality to what makes us happy in the spaces we inhabit. Filled with beautiful photography, transporting stories and practical advice, This Is Home reminds and inspires us to nurture the space that helps make our lives possible. Natalie Walton is a writer and stylist for leading interiors and lifestyle magazines, as well as the owner of Imprint House, a shop that celebrates beauty in the everyday. Her work has appeared on the pages of international titles for Elle Decoration, Livingetc and Harper’s Bazaar. In Australia, Natalie is a regular contributor to Australian House & GardenCountry StyleHome BeautifulInside OutJones and Marie Claire, and she was deputy editor of Real Living for about five years. Through the editorial content agency she runs with photographer Chris Warnes – Warnes & Walton – her work has been published across the globe.
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    Made of natural, responsibly sourced bamboo, these travel utensils for kids are a must have for waste-free snacking on the go. The knife, fork and spoon in our kids travel sets are made from 100% bamboo and the outer case is made from recycled plastic bottles. The cutlery set set features a handy carabiner that clips onto your bag. The bamboo is heat and stain resistant and won't absorb flavors. Hand finished with top grade natural, food-safe wood oil. Kids Bamboo Travel Utensils Refill also available. 7" H x 2.4" W x 1.3" D
    Hand wash with soap and water.
     
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    WABI-SABI WELCOME: LEARNING TO EMBRACE THE IMPERFECT AND ENTERTAIN WITH THOUGHTFULNESS AND EASE A BOOK ABOUT LIVING SIMPLY AND WELCOMING WELL By Julie Pointer Adams  
    “Wabi-Sabi Welcome applies the humble Japanese principle of wabi-sabi to home entertaining, celebrating the “perfectly imperfect” art of hosting small gatherings. An antidote to the veneer of perfectionism so often presented by books of its kind, Wabi-Sabi Welcome offers readers license to slow down and host guests with humility, intention and contentment.”
    — Nathan Williams, Kinfolk Magazine founder
    “Quite simply, Julie’s take on entertaining is a primer on how to be a genuine, thoughtful friend. She has always embodied effortless grace and humility for me and I’m grateful to have been the recipient of her little beam of light over the years. She demystifies that same magic for us now.”
    — Amy Merrick, floral designer and writer
    “Wabi-Sabi Welcome is a beautiful book - it reminds us of that which is most important: a slower pace, a genuine spirit and time with the people we care for. Julie’s writing is perfectly balanced and down to earth with photos, recipes and stories that inspire us to live well and thoughtfully. ”
    — Karen Mordechai, Sunday Suppers founder