Poketo

Bamboo Coasters in Chips

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Check out this cheerful and durable coaster set in Poketo's "Chips" design, which is part of their crazy popular line of bamboo tableware. They have raised edges, so you can rest assured that there will be no spillage of liquid. Plus, they're eco-friendly! Made of certified organic bamboo fiber and cornstarch, these coasters are 100% biodegradable, free of melamine and plastic. #sustainableserveware

*Slight color variations are a natural by-product of the bamboo fiber

  • Set of 4 in a gift packaging
  • Made from bamboo fiber cornstarch and printed with food-grade ink
  • Non-toxic and Compostable
  • Dishwasher safe
  • 3.5" in diameter (9 cm)

GENERAL CARE:

  • Do not submerge or soak in water
  • Towel dry or vertically air dry and store in a cool, dry place
  • Do not microwave
 

About Poketo

Founded in 2003 by husband-and-wife team Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung, Poketo has grown from a small startup into a creative hub and online destination. A lifestyle brand born out of the desire to infuse art and design into every day, Poketo creates collections of design-conscious goods to cultivate a creative lifestyle. The name Poketo (pronounced “poh-keh-toe”) stems from the mispronunciation of “pocket” by Angie’s grandmother. Poketo has worked with brands and companies like Nike, MTV, Disney, Target, Nordstrom, and MailChimp, museums like MOCA, the Guggenheim, the de Young, and SFMOMA, and has collaborated with over 200 international artists, creating exclusive products that reflect its philosophy of “Art for Your Every day.” The founders, Angie Myung and Ted Vadakan published their debut book, CREATIVE SPACES, a celebration of creatives, their work, and their spaces. With stunning photography, intimate profiles, and unexpected takeaways, the book showcases an eclectic mix of creatives in the spaces that inspire them. In addition to its online store, Poketo has an LA-based retail location in Santa Monica that hosts art exhibitions, workshops, and other events that serve to foster the local creative community.