Gone are the days of simply turning a nozzle and getting your water from some boring squeaky faucet that most likely cost you less than $20 at Walmart and is likely nauseating to look at day...

Gone are the days of simply turning a nozzle and getting your water from some boring squeaky faucet that most likely cost you less than $20 at Walmart and is likely nauseating to look at day...

Large old metal industrial watering can with swing handle, bottom spout and lid by HeathersCollectibles on Etsy

Large old metal industrial watering can with swing handle, bottom spigot and lid

Large old metal industrial watering can with swing handle, bottom spout and lid by HeathersCollectibles on Etsy

Inspired by Bokashi, a centuries-old Japanese composting method, Taihi waste bin makes it easy for anyone to convert their kitchen food waste into nutrient-rich soil builder and garden compost for their household plants. The Bokashi process produces both a liquid fertilizer and compost. The liquid is deposited within a sealed watering can that is integrated into the product, and can be used each day to water houseplants.

Inspired by Bokashi, a centuries-old Japanese composting method, Taihi waste bin makes it easy for anyone to convert their kitchen food waste into nutrient-rich soil builder and garden compost for their household plants. The Bokashi process produces both a liquid fertilizer and compost. The liquid is deposited within a sealed watering can that is integrated into the product, and can be used each day to water houseplants.

Dutch designer Robert Bronwasser has created perhaps the most happy watering can I’ve ever seen, or at least the best looking. Designed for the Dutch company Goods, the Spring watering can has two openings – a wide one to fill the can up with water and a narrow spout for watering your plants.

Spring Watering Can by Robert Bronwasser for Goods

Dutch designer Robert Bronwasser has created perhaps the most happy watering can I’ve ever seen, or at least the best looking. Designed for the Dutch company Goods, the Spring watering can has two openings – a wide one to fill the can up with water and a narrow spout for watering your plants.

The eco-friendly South African home of architect Gillian Holl uses fresh rainwater to fill a koi pond and swimming pool; excess water can drain through surrounding gravel.

The eco-friendly South African home of architect Gillian Holl uses fresh rainwater to fill a koi pond and swimming pool; excess water can drain through surrounding gravel.

Spring Watering Can by Robert Bronwasser for Goods in main home furnishings  Category

Spring Watering Can by Robert Bronwasser for Goods

Spring Watering Can by Robert Bronwasser for Goods in main home furnishings Category

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