Tuesday, 20 November 2012
Just in time for Christmas we are pleased to be announcing several new products for our online shop. There’s something for everyone with products varying from chair to rings, but all sharing the same REthinkthings ethos of doing "things" differently...
Next we have a first for REthinkthings, jewellery. We will be selling Rentaro Nishimura’s ‘crown ring’ in four different colours, red, black, blue and white. The ring comes on a single acrylic sheet that has been laser cut to have the various components easily popped off and assembled by the user. The finished design was inspired by the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland. The product is made entirely from one piece as mentioned with no need for glue to fix the components together and to keep it as ecological as possible, the off cut/ scrap material is used to hold all the pieces together and protect it during postage and can even be recycled after this. Also the product comes with three different ring sizes, allowing it to fit all sizes.
We seem to be on a fantasia journey with another Alice in Wonderland inspired piece. Holly Palmer’s, ‘Tea cup stool’. This Oversized tea cup is available in 7 bright colours of rotationally moulded MDPE plastic. The product can be used in or outside and will really become an eye catching and creative addition to your home wherever you put it.
Last but not least we have a REthink own brand item, a series of bags you may have heard us going on about a lot recently, they are our new Handybags and Scumbags. Available in 6 designs, three for each series, made of eco friendly Jute and available in three colours, these natural tote bags are perfect as a little something helpful or cheeky as a stocking filler (or even a stocking itself) for Christmas. They are hand screen and large enough to fit an A4 folder or laptop and also have a water resistant coating on the inside if you wish to use for shopping or work lunch.
So come visit the site and see our new products and the various offers we will have in the run up to Christmas, to help you find that little something different.