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Noble Goods exhibits ethical home products handcrafted with resin infills at BKLYN Designs

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Noble Goods exhibits ethical home products handcrafted with resin infills at BKLYN Designs

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Born from the minds of a stylist and a sculptor, Noble Goods is on a mission to deliver ethical style and craftsmanship to your home. Handcrafted in their Williamsburg, Brooklyn studio, Molly FitzSimons and Christopher Moore's household essentials have a modern flair and are made out of bio-derived materials, including resin and sustainably-sourced wood. The pair also donate a healthy portion of their profits to Habitat for Humanity. The duo showcased their latest collection at BKLYN Designs 2015. Read on for a virtual tour of their display.

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From cutting boards to reclaimed wood tables, the Noble Goods folks take pride in sourcing locally salvaged woods and FSC-certified wood to craft highly detailed, useful designs. Each one of the goods is coated with the most eco-friendly resin available. Famously developed by surfers, the resin is derived from the pine oils of wood pulp processing and the vegetable oils from bio-fuel processing.

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FitzSimons, a veteran style editor at Martha Stewart Living and home merchandising manager at Anthropologie, has a keen eye for details and is certain that a beautiful, strategically placed object “can inspire great things.” Brilliance transpires when her talent is paired with Moore’s master sculpting skills that he began honing when he was just a child.

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