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Home Theater Popcorn Machine

Another great vintage-style product by Restoration Hardware, this sleek Home Theater Popcorn Machine features an anodized aluminum kettle, keeping your popcorn warm in case movie night turns into a movie marathon. The professional-quality machine pops 85 quarts of popcorn per hour, and filters out unpopped kernels, leaving only hot, fluffy popcorn in the hopper. It also includes a separate pedestal for storing sugar, flavored salts and other snacking essentials.



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ULTRA SUSTAINABLE VICINO HOUSE | BY FORMA DESIGN GROUP | Image

ULTRA SUSTAINABLE VICINO HOUSE | BY FORMA DESIGN GROUP

Perched on the bluffs of Pacific Palisades, California, the Vicino House by Forma Design Group features spectacular 180-degree views of the Pacific Ocean and Santa Monica Bay. Originally built in the mid 1950ís, this major "gut" rehab adds new square footage to the original structure and incorporates a range of exceptional design features emphasizing green products and energy efficiency throughout the home....
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CORRIDOR BAR

The Corridor Bar from BDI is a highly contemporary and functional home bar, the perfect combination of style and function. The beautiful cabinet offers racking space for wine bottles and storage for a host of liquor bottles, glassware and all other kinds of bar implements are beautifully organized in the numerous open shelves and single closed drawer within. A black micro-etched glass top is the perfect work space to create your cocktails. An elegant solution that i...
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DUPLI CASA | BY J MAYER H ARCHITECTS

Dupli Casa is an amazing modern luxury villa near Ludwigsburg, Germany by J. Mayer H. Architects. The geometry of the building is based on the footprint of the house that previously was located on the site, the upper storey cantilevers exaggerated by the fluid form of the external terrace that washes around the base of the house, extending it out into the landscape. So white and pure, the photos almost look like 3d renderings....
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