We’re all aware of the problems associated with single-use plastics, and here’s a great way to make a change…
Adrienne Mulqueen first tried her hand at weaving in Nelson in 1979. In 2018 she is making beautiful kitchen and hand towels for everyday use, the result of a collaboration with fellow Dunedin weaver Christine Keller.
Save the planet one plastic bottle at a time by using this hand crafted soap shaker by Lowtech, designed to hold a bar of Sunlight soap in place of detergent.
These beautifully designed rustic bottle openers from Garage Culture are crafted from recycled Rimu timber and use powerful magnets beneath the wood to catch up to 20 bottle caps!
Angela Hume of Pale Grey Skies was brought up in wild and beautiful Northumberland, in the North East of England, and now lives in equally wild and beautiful Aotearoa. The scenery and changing weather are an inspiration for her products, which are hand made from … Read more »
Instant blackboard – just stick it up! StickyTiki chalkboards can be stuck on any wall in the house, and moved around as needed…
Pippa of Makerie Ceramics is a ceramicist living her dream of working with clay everyday, in her sunny Auckland studio. Most days she can be found elbow deep in clay, working at her wheel. Otherwise, she’s probably running after her three year old, doing the … Read more »
We love this gorgeous ceramic set from Makerie Ceramics. Made to order from glazed white earthenware with New Zealand beach sand folded through, it’s the perfect way to enjoy a homemade soup supper…
We love these beautiful pinch pots from Gwyneth Hulse Design, hand-turned from New Zealand Totara and finished with food-safe tung oil and beeswax polish.
Auckland friends Tara, Jo and Amy share a love for the environment and a desire to create positive change. Three years ago they came up with a business plan that could change the face of packed lunches, picnics, and barbeques around the country – Jo … Read more »