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Tail And Nose Bookends | By Skate-home

Skate-Home build original furniture always inspired by the skateboard shape, we have featured their beautiful Nollie Flip Stool before. Their latest product are these cool Tail & Nose Bookends, made with Canadian maple and skateboard wheels. Available in several colors from the Skate-Home webstore. If your a DIY fan, you could probably save yourself some cash and build them yourself using a recycled skateboard.

Also check out our roundup on Recycled Skateboard Products




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COLLAPSIBLE BUCKET | BY INFUSION LIVING | Image

COLLAPSIBLE BUCKET | BY INFUSION LIVING

Another one of life’s little problems solved! The Collapsible Bucket by Infusion Living, is a useful, versatile and portable companion, perfect for caravanning, boating, camping, gardening, fishing or even as a beer & wine cooler while tailgating. Adjustable to 4 variable height settings, the silicone bucket holds up to 2 gallons, and folds down to less than 2 inches for easy storage. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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LUNO RECORD & WHISKEY CONSOLE

With a beautiful Mid Century inspired design, the Luno EGB2 is a timely update of the classic record console of the 50s and 60s. Crafted from American Walnut the stunning pice of furniture comes with a Pro-Ject Debut Carbon turntable and metal turnknob controls, a tweeter, a 6.5” woofer, a 200W amplifier, a 100W subwoofer, AirPlay receiver and two aux inputs, plus storage space for 150 records. It also features a pull out minibar complete with gold-rimmed Whiskey gl...
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CASA CORTEN | BY MARCIO KOGAN | Image

CASA CORTEN | BY MARCIO KOGAN

We bring you another stunning piece of architecture by revolutionary Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan. We have shown you the amazing Paraty house, now we show you "Casa Corten" located in São Paulo, Brazil. The house gets it´s name from it´s facade made of Corten weathering steel, giving it a stable rust-like appearance when exposed to the weather for several years. The interior has an impressive combination and interplay of glass, wood and stone. Other cool feature...
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