Solar Mason Jar Chandelier by Treasure Again
Wine Barrel Crates by Stil Novo Design
For the stylish wine (or beer, or booze) lover, Stil Novo Design's Etsy shop is a treasure trove of handcrafted items made from French wine barrel staves. "The natural arch of a barrel stave confers striking finesse to the silhouette of each of our designs," the owners write, as evidenced by this wine barrel crate ($129, plus $39.99 shipping).
Recycled T-Shirt Rug by Talking Squid
Shipping Crate Tables by Modern Arks
This unique side table ($249) is made from an early American shipping crate for a one-of-a-kind sturdy addition to a living room, and makes for a great conversation starter. Modern Arks is a Nashville, Tenn.-based Etsy.com shop that specializes in repurposing old and historic items into new home goods and decorations.
Tweed Moroccan-Style Floor Cushion by That Funky Boutique
Birch Log Candle Holders by DCHAMPIN
Reclaimed Oak Tub Caddy by Peg and Awl
Why leave the tub on cool fall days? This tub caddy ($100, plus $20 shipping) made from oak salvaged by Margaux and Walter Kent from an defunct 100-year-old hardware store in Lancaster, Pa., is as beautiful as it is functional. They started their Etsy shop, Peg and Awl, after discovering that shoe-making was not for them. Good thing for us!
Vintage Linen Bath Towels by Bed and Roses
Reclaimed Oak Cutting Board by John Corcoran Design.
Antique Typewriter Key Wine Glass Charms by All Strung Out Jewelry
Reclaimed Wood Frames by Ivars Design
Vintage Orchard Basket from trampoline
Linen Throw Cushions by Elkhorn Design
Embroidered Wood-Grain Clock by Bliss In a Tea Cup
Hand embroidered with a unique wood-grain pattern, these clocks ($35-$46, plus $12 shipping) are a great fall accent. Better still, the clock parts are all recycled and run on AA batteries. Bliss In a Tea Cup is an Etsy.com shop run by Richard Brittain, a cabinetmaker and printmaker, and Rebekah Nathan, a teacher, photographer and knitter, who describe themselves as "half-Kiwi Canadian couple living in lovely Vancouver with our cat Ursula and lots of art supplies."
Wool and Felt Bowls by The Fuzzy Monkey
These 100% wool bowls ($17, plus $5.25 shipping) come with leaf-shaped eco-felt ornaments made from recycled plastic bottles. "This soft little felted bowl would look great at the office with paperclips or rubber bands in it, or you can use it at home to consolidate some small things like hair elastics, loose change, earrings, rings, etc.," says Sharon, a former research scientist-turned-mom from the Southwest who named her shop, The Fuzzy Monkey, after her son, who "had very fuzzy hair that stood straight up around the time I joined Etsy.com"