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Domestic Science: Nutscene Wooden Doorstop

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Domestic Science: Nutscene Wooden Doorstop

Julie Carlson January 05, 2009

My New Year's resolution? To order a couple of Wooden Doorstops ($8 at From Farm to Market) to replace the brown rubber horror that lurks outside my bedroom door. An old classic revisited, the Nutscene chunky wooden doorstop is made from Forest Stewardship Council sustainable beech. Go to Hen & Hammock to see more products from UK company Nutscene, a company that was founded in 1922 and originally made green jute garden twine (the name Nutscene is derived from the famous green twine which, when tied around the plant, is invisible; thus "Not Seen").

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