What have we here then? Yep, it’s a fully functional and very cool ukelele from Bizarro, handcrafted from unique recycled materials – and it looks and sounds great!
Dreaming of a green Christmas? We’ve got a beautiful collection of items made from renewable, upcycled, recycled, or reused materials, and gifts that promote nature, the environment, sustainable living, and celebrate all things eco-conscious. (And of course, they’re all made right here in Aotearoa!) Check out our Eco-Gifts Collection now.
Here at Felt we care about many things. We care about people (Felt exists to support people), we care about the environment, we care about hacky sack. All of the things. This week we’ve taken another small step on the journey to a better future for all, and created a collection of items that we’re calling “Eco Gifts”
Stunning rustic horseshoe garden sculptures from MaddisonsNZ, now available on Felt.
David Gillard of WoodgrainNZ is passionate about the manipulation of timber, creating interesting designs and revealing the natural beauty of New Zealand native and exotic timbers. In his Auckland workshop David handcrafts unique artistic and functional pieces that are predominantly created from recycled timbers sourced … Read more »
Just the thing for chilly mornings – a gorgeous infinity scarf from Marian Smale in upcycled, unused fabric remnants. Soft, cosy and so very chic.
Tedge of Whimsy Wood & Wool has a passion for creating with natural materials. When she’s not working with pieces of wood, wielding a paintbrush or spinning up glorious fibres, you’ll find her in the garden where she and her husband, Arnold, enjoy growing fruit, … Read more »
Never get your earphones tangled in your bag again! This beautiful and sleek earphone holder from Multiverse Designs is made from reclaimed kauri house beams…
Saisei means “reborn” in Japanese, and it’s a name which perfectly reflects Wellington maker Hana Yoshida’s work. Hana’s beautiful clothing and accessories were born from her grandmother’s collection of vintage kimono and they continue today with the vintage kimono and fabric she still sources from … Read more »