Shiner – modern, eco-friendly furnishings

By Kate | Living
Posted Jan 6, 2012

I’ve just moved. Ugh! Don’t you just hate moving? I mean, it’s a great opportunity for purging and re-ordering, but it’s enough to make me ill. The re-ordering is fine, but the purging; all the waste, all the things accumulated that aren’t needed. yikes! So, freshly scarred from my latest efforts, I’m trying to find pieces for my new home that are a) stylish b) eco and c) needed.The holidays found me flipping through home magazines and interior design blog, so expect a few MAGNIFECO¬†home pieces to dot these fashion pages for the next while. Like this upcycled pendant lamp.

Overscaled cardboard discs stack to diffuse soft open light, smooth plywood rounds echo top/bottom. $249 USD from, are new branch of Crate and Barrel, who ship to Canada and the U.S.

Eco-friendly designer Joe Manus sees landfill-destined materials in a different light. With his company: Shiner, Manus upcycles disposable elements with a past into cutting-edge designs with a future. This ambient project, totally hand assembled in his Atlanta workshop, glows low energy/high impact.

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