Made from recycled die-cut felt that's leftover from the manufacture of ukulele picks, the Ukulele Trivet by the Los Angeles architecture firm Fung + Blatt is an example of creative re-use that's not only clever and aesthetically pleasing, but useful as well. Highly touchable, the thick softness of the material lends a warm presence to any dinner table. Treated for heat and stain resistance, the 100% wool felt trivets are available in heather grey and white for $27 from Fung + Blatt and include one of the egg-shaped picks in the reverse color. The runner, a longer and narrower version of the trivet, comes in grey and costs $196.
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