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Zero-Waste Wool Kitchen Accessories from the Pacific Northwest

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 07, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Jul 06, 2015

We discovered the work of Heidi Leugers of Reclaimed Wool via Portland, Oregon's Alder & Co., one of our favorite shops anywhere. Her kitchen accessories made from assorted end-bolt and discontinued fabrics from a "famous Pacific Northwest mill" manage to look fresh and vintage at the same time. Perfect for cabin life. Above: Made in Portland of reclaimed wool, the Cool Tone Potholder is $18. "Wool? In the kitchen? Yes. Wool is naturally noncombustible and naturally insulating," Leugers says. "Scandinavians have trusted wool's performance in the kitchen for decades." Above: The pot holders come with leather tabs for hanging. Above: Each pot holder is one of a kind. Above: A set of four Natural Wool Coasters is $29 from Alder & Co. Above: The coasters are backed with leather. We're also coveting a set of Rugged Leather Pot Holders  made of suede. More Stories from Remodelista 6 Favorites: Traditional Cast Iron Skillets 5 Little Luxuries for the Urban Kitchen, Summer Edition Kitchen of the Week: A Streamlined Cape Cod Classic






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