The Find: sustainable, paper-like bins provide a new way to artfully organize household objects

The Find: sustainable, paper-like bins provide a new way to artfully organize household objects

(Image: Toofifteen/Facebook) (Image: Toofifteen/Facebook)
 

Toronto-based company Toofifteen has created a beautiful new way to use Tyvek, a sustainable material used to make protective coveralls. The new business, launched by design duo Ashley Botten and Nina Jones, consists of three simple products: a pouch (that you can write on and decorate yourself), a multi-purpose bin and a “pouf” (essentially a square ottoman), each of which is recyclable, durable, mold-resistant and extremely easy to wipe clean. We particularly love the versatility of the bin, which comes in three sizes and can artfully contain a variety of household things, like floor plants, bathroom towels and fruit. It’s also the most affordable option, with small bins priced at $23.

Available at Augustina Boutique, 138 Cumberland St., or toofifteen.com