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Reuse those empty wine bottles


Contemporary Italian brand Seletti is known for its innovative approach to everyday household items. Products include hybrid dinnerware, color-coded mugs, cloud-shaped borosilicate glassware and Appo, a fun and unusual take on re-utilizing, rather than recycling, empty wine bottles. Instead of turning pretty bottles into tapered candle holders, here's another idea: bottle stoppers turned centerpieces. Designed by Carlo Trevisani, these bottle stoppers made of 100% natural Portuguese cork also function as trays or creative centerpieces. From $64 to $113. Seletti.it.


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