Kwytza Kraft: Products Made from Recycled Chopsticks

Kwytza Kraft: Products Made from Recycled Chopsticks

Heather Blaha
Mar 9, 2009

Back in 2007, we featured these great recycled chopsticks table lamps. After spotting several retailers with these or similar items, we have now found Kwytza Kraft. The company is the brainchild of Bryan Parks, who pushed the idea to "collect post-use, single-use chopsticks from restaurants, thoroughly clean them, sanitize them at extremely high temperature and pressure, and use them to make high-quality accents for the consumer's living space."

Above: Set of four folding baskets in various sizes for $62 (also sold individually)

For kitchen, there are the tabletop baskets; for bathroom, the smaller soap dishes. You'll also find lamps, trivets, pen or utensil holders and more.

Visit Kwytza Kraft online here, and read a bit more about the company's philosophy in the About Us section.

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