These shatter-proof plates are made from industrial manufacturers’ discarded bamboo, and are free of PVC, BPA and all phthalates. I also love the playful range of patterns–from stripes to terrazzo-inspired–to brighten up any tablescape.
Delicious and occasion-worthy–plus vegan, packaged in glass bottles, and hangover free. Or use as a mixer. A sustainable bonus? The paper and the ink on the labels are biodegradable.
For a picnic-in-the-grass mood, this one-of-a-kind quilt was made from repurposed vintage cotton saris by a non-profit social enterprise that uses design as one way to tackle social inequalities. Throw some printed pillows around and watch the stars come out.
Candlemaker Alysia Mazzella, who hand-dips her candles from sustainably sourced beeswax in upstate New York, works with the Beeswax Exchange to recycle beeswax from candle scraps into new candles.
Justice of the Pies
Is there a better summer dessert than pie? We love Justice of the Pies, which fights food insecurity through workshops for childrens from low-income communities, community fridges and more.