I would love to claim this as my latest DIY project, but I can’t… What I can do, though, is tell you that this may be one of my favorite decorative pieces I own.
When the wonderful people at Bambeco contacted me to see if I’d like to review one of their products, I had no idea what I would find. I went to their website, and 30 minutes later, I was still sitting in front of my computer drooling over their gorgeous products.
Everything from home decor to gifts to gadgets and more…
And the best part? It is all green: recycled, repurposed, renewable, reclaimed, regenerated, natural or organic. As someone who loves to salvage things and reclaim their beauty, I especially love that aspect.
This reclaimed wood bottle carrier is made from reclaimed wood from Spain…
Beautiful, romantic, weathered, and worn.
I love the smoothness of the handle, as if someone has been carrying it around for decades.
And the bottles are antique milk jars from the 1920’s – absolutely stunning in their simplicity.
The entire piece is so easy to make beautiful, too. I used a few mere sprigs in each bottle, and the rustic wood with the glass bottles needs no more embellishment.
The caddy would hold many other things, too – it would make a stunning organizer without the bottles.
Tomorrow is Earth Day, so go visit Bambeco and see what sustainable something catches your eye. And don’t forget, Mother’s Day is just around the corner… So find something for mom, too. 😉
Disclaimer: Bambeco was kind enough to send me this product in exchange for the review, but as always, all opinions are 100% my own!