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Jinja Designers Create Cool and Colorful New Housewares from Recycled Textile Waste

Posted By Jon Dioffa On March 25, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In Design,Eco Textiles,Green Interiors,Reader Submitted Content | 1 Comment

Jinja, sustainably designed products, designer Norma Silva, designer Tom Allen, recycled textile waste, eco housewares, eco bowls

Jinja [1] just launched a new line of sustainably designed products by Portuguese designer Norma Silva and Australian designer Tom Allen [2]. Made to hold your most treasured objects, each design is fashioned from 100% recycled textile waste [3]. Handcrafted in Portugal, the products aim to transform and improve your environment in an enjoyable and sustainable way!

+ Jinja [1]

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[1] Jinja: http://jinjaritual.com/

[2] Tom Allen: http://www.tomallendesign.com/

[3] recycled textile waste: http://inhabitat.com/16-foot-clothing-mountain-illustrates-hong-kong%E2%80%99s-daily-textile-waste/

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