Step inside the studio of Cassidy Schulz Brush and see how she combines modern lighting elements with rustic reclaimed materials to create industrial chic chandeliers.
Our Customer Service Assistant Manager says she doesn't exactly have a green thumb, but she does have some empty wine bottles and a Plant Nanny!
Submit your designs made of reclaimed materials for a chance to win $500 and an UncommonGoods vendor contract.
Indian women have worn saris, beautiful, often embellished sheets of fabric, for hundreds of years. The traditional garment can be worn in many ways, but every sari, no matter how lovely, will eventually be draped a final time. Fortunately, the gorgeous fabrics don't have to go to waste when the sari no longer serves its traditional purpose. Artisans in India wash and repair the cottons, rayon, and silks from secondhand saris, then transform them into fashionable, functional handbags.
Having a great idea is only the first step in building a successful business as a product designer. Hart Main took that step when he was just 13 years old. Hart's idea came to him while his sister was selling heavily-scented candles in common fragrances for a school fundraiser. He took a whiff of the wax and wondered why no one was making candles in scents that everyone could enjoy...
Whether you're Irish by blood, have the luck of the Irish, or just love a good celebration on St. Patrick's Day, you'll probably be going green on March 17. Of course, we're all about celebrating another kind of green here at UncommonGoods. So we figured, why not take a double-edged approach with these green and GREEN goods...