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Unique kitchen aprons handmade in Portugal from thin sheets of flexible, water-resistant, and sustainably harvest natural cork.
Add some extra visual flair to your home bartending skills when you shake up your finest cocktail creations in this cool new Hammered Glass Cocktail Shaker.
These cool new Cork Pillows are bolster pillows in the shape of wine corks that are handmade with genuine thinly sliced cork bark on fabric.
This cool new Hyper Dry Stone Bath Mat from Brookstone may look like a slippery slab of decorative slate, except it's actually made from quick-drying diatomaceous earth that can dry completely in only 15 seconds.
A decorative bowl molded from a real tree stump using a highly refractory ceramic called magnesia with a hand-applied silver leaf finish.
This bizarre Rubik's Cube from Japan is completely white on all sides with each cube having a different tactile texture that is either gnarled (synthetic leather), gritty (wallpaper), smooth (plastic), fluffy (synthetic fur), pimply (silicone), or prickly (hook and ... Continue
While at first glance these unique rugs may appear to be made from a collection of smooth natural river stones, but upon closer inspection each stone is crafted from 100% wool.
Shaped like a tetrapod concrete structure used to dissipate incoming waves along the coast, this cool new Tetra Soap not only has a slip-free surface that also dries quicker than traditional bars of soap, it's also handmade from simple ... Continue
Natural and sustainable cork isn't just for wine bottles and bulletin boards, it also makes these cool new candlesticks.
Play with snow all year long. This endlessly reusable super soft and smooth textured indoor snow can be packed / molded into any shape you can think of and will never ever melt.
If you love drinking beverages and popping bubble wrap, then you really need to control yourself around these cool new addictively textured tumblers.
A reimagining of the shag carpets of yesteryear with soft leather used for the shaggy deep pile instead of yarn.
A whimsical alternative to the traditional and utterly boring rectangular doormat.
I can't believe they've finally done it... a cereal that's nothing but marshmallows.
Unique aprons made from ultra-thin sheets of flexible, water-resistant, and sustainably harvest natural cork.
Nobody will believe your walls aren't constructed from real concrete until they touch them.
This unique rug is a groovy modern day reimagining of infamous 70's deep pile shag carpeting, but is crafted from soft scrap leather strips instead.
Sink your fangs into this 2,280 calorie slitheringly sweet serpent that's over 2.5 feet long and weighs in at a hefty 1.67 pounds!
Relax upon the infamous deep pile of 70's shag carpeting outdoors on your patio or deck.
Practice the futuristic/mad scientist cooking techniques typically seen in high end restaurants that fuse science, art and cuisine into one.
It's not only a unique nonslip and quick-drying alternative to traditional fabric mats, it's also naturally antimicrobial, antifungal and hypoallergenic as well.
This exotic floor mat for your kitchen or bathroom is moisture-tolerant, mildew-resistant and provides great cushioning for long periods of standing.
These unique earthenware bowls from artist Melanie McKenney are cast from molds made from actual cantaloupes to realistically capture the textures of the original.
This unique fishbowl by designer Aruliden has a textured mountain landscape in the center of the bowl.

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