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Pipe Candleholders | By Menu

We recently came across these cool candleholders by one of our favorite home decor brands, Scandinavian Menu. They were designed by Pernille Vea, she was inspired by candleholders made by the Vikings many years ago. Made of cast iron the Pipe Candleholder can be hammered into anything, like a nail in a plank, and are perfect to set a creative mood. Drive the holder into a tree trunk or wooden beam outdoors, or into a piece of firewood indoors.



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NEUTRA BOOMERANG CHAIR | BY HOUSE INDUSTRIES | Image

NEUTRA BOOMERANG CHAIR | BY HOUSE INDUSTRIES

Known throughout the world as a prolific type foundry, House Industries is now taking orders for the second edition of the very popular Neutra Boomerang Chair. The chair is available in maple or walnut with black or natural webbing....
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CASSETTE TAPE COFFEE TABLES

How cool would this look in your music studio? Tayble have recreated the nostalgic cassette tape into a functional piece of furniture. Hand crafted from birch hardwood, they feature a vinyl label and two stainless steel cup holders that house LED lights to spice up your party with the flip of a switch. Tayble also offers custom options to fit your personal style and decor, so if you want your table to say "Harrys Jams 92" they´ll work on it...via Also ch...
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FRAMED TECH

Framed Tech pays homage to the biggest tech icons such as outdated gadgets and vintage consoles by disassembling them and laying all parts out in an ultra-organized fashion, creating these modern works of art. The series includes deconstructions of PS3 controllers, the original Atari and its cartridges, to several generations of iPhone. Each disassembled gadget comes in a lightbox frame so you can show your love for these great tech icons by proudly displaying them ...
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