iPad Stand Made From Reclaimed Wood

According to Merriam-Webster, ‘twee’ is a Britishism for “affectedly or excessively dainty, delicate, cute, or quaint.” Does the I-Log from Twisted Twee fit the bill? You decide.

This unique iPad stand (which comes to us via How Green Works) is crafted with care from reclaimed London wood and fitted with a groove that supports your tablet in style. The seller bills it as an ideal way to turn the iPad into a TV, slideshow, or even a photoframe, either horizontally or vertically.


image via Twisted Twee

As an added bonus, this stand also works as a charging station via a carefully placed port in the wood for your iPad’s power cable, so you won’t have to worry about running out of juice in the middle of your favorite flick.

While there are clearly many more practical applications for the I-Log, our favorite is pictured here–i.e., turning your iPad into a twee little digital fire. It prices for around $60.

Susan DeFreitas has covered all manner of green technology for EarthTechling since 2009. She is a graduate of Prescott College for the Liberal Arts and the Environment, and has a background in marketing green businesses. Her work on green living has been featured in Yes! Magazine, the Utne Reader and Natural Home.


  • Reply April 28, 2011


    I think I’ll build iPad stands made from cow pies. Brilliant!

  • Reply May 4, 2011


    If you want to scratch your iPad, buy this stand.

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