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Line Bar | By Nathan Yong

The Line Bar is a wine cellar designed by Singaporean designer Nathan Yong, inspired furniture and radios from the 1960s. This cabinet combines modern design with smooth functionality. It features two drawers with leather pulls, three open cubbies, a storage rack for stemware and a storage rack for 12 bottles.



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UNIRIDER

Unirider is a fun alternative for your little one, it lets them develop balance, stability, and confidence, while having fun. The ingenious idea is similar to a balance bicycle but with a push bar, and is designed to shuttle around children from 2 to 5 years old (up to 55 lbs). The unique riding experience is the perfect solution for day-to-day short trips, it provides a sense of freedom for growing toddlers, while still keeping them at your fingertips. You can also...
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ZERO GRAVITY RACKS

Is all your gear taking up so much garage space that you canīt even park your car? The Zero Gravity Rack is a simple solution to free up more floor space, by lifting your gear off the ground and out of the way. The racks are designed with a gas strut system to compress air and minimize manual efforts to lift and store equipment. Many commuters will use a bicycle to get to and from their workplace in order to avoid traffic, but storing that bicycle in a small city ap...
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IDEAPAINT | WRITE ON ANY WALL

Whether for the bedroom, office, living room or any other room, the IdeaPaint is undoubtedly a great invention, both decorative and functional. Turn your entire wall into a whiteboard, you can write and erase whenever you want. Simply apply the IdeaPaint CLEAR over your wall paint, and you will have a big dry-erase surface that can be any color. Write in meetings, record ideas, transform any space into a creative place! Watch the video You can get it ...
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