Wednesday, March 24, 2010

A New and Innovative Way to Recycle

Today's shop is Stil Novo Design, whom I first discovered through an Etsy treasury when the stool featured here in this post caught my eye. I immediately fell in love, of course, which is how it ended up here!

Stil Novo Design specializes in
Eco-friendly elegant home decor, custom furniture and 'green' gift ideas that are made out of recycled solid white oak French wine barrels. As a family business dedicated to creating the finest wood-crafts, specialty pieces & custom furniture they take care to make every piece a 'one of a kind' original.

They have a wide variety of items and price points too. From tables, chairs, stools and benches to beautiful candle holders, platters, key chains and more. They're all elegant, unique and just completely drool worthy too and each piece is completely hand-painted.

The Stil Novo philosophy has always been “Artistry and attention to detail" and it shines through in every piece in their shop.

If you're looking for a gift for yourself or someone else that's environmentally friendly, this is a shop you don't want to miss because each piece offered isn't just created by artisans dedicated to the highest quality of wood crafts... they're materials are also recycled from raw material to be turned into beautiful objects of practical elegance.

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE TO VISIT STILNOVODESIGN'S ETSY SHOP AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, CLICK RIGHT HERE.

4 comments:

Rocky O said...

WOW! Wonderful work; And thanks for sharing!

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kittyd said...

What a gorgeous shop!

Audrey said...

I love the stool!! Will have to check out the site. Anything wood works for me!

holly e. said...

Hey, I was going to add you but there's no follow button on the top or side =(

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