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Industrial Modern Storage Console

"What We Make” are makers of awesome, heirloom quality furniture made from reclaimed wood.  They handcraft beautiful reclaimed wood furniture from their shop just outside of Chicago, and use all voc-free finishes and focus on craftsmanship over quantity. All of their furniture is built to last a lifetime, such as this gorgeous storage cabinet that perfectly blends modern lines and industrial steel touches. Made with authentic reclaimed barn wood, it features 6 hidden shelves and 4 rows of wine glass slides for all your bar and dining storage needs. No two pieces of wood used are alike, which makes your piece of handcrafted furniture one-of-a-kind.    



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TWICE TWICE ANALOG CLOCK | Image

TWICE TWICE ANALOG CLOCK

This is as clean as design gets, the Twice Twice Analog Clock by Jonas Damon is available ate Areaware online store. It´s a modern interpretation of the two-sided railway station clock. Free-standing or wall-mountable. The Twice Twice clock acts as two independent clocks - one on each side of the clock and can be set to the same or different times....
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THE KING ARTHUR | ROUND SWING TABLE | Image

THE KING ARTHUR | ROUND SWING TABLE

Design studio Duffy London have introduced a new table inspired by their previous and popular creation the "Swing Table". The King Arthur, Round Swing Table is a round table with suspended seats that sway playfully around it, adding a little extra fun into dinning sessions or office meetings. You can choose from black or white, choose from 8 or 12 seats, and indoor or outdoor option. The original structure also comes in handy when vacuuming, with the chair...
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STAR WARS DRONES

It was just a matter of time, really. With drones invading the skies all around us, it was inevitable that we would eventually be seeing some Star Wars Drones, RC toy maker Propel is launching a quartet of official drones modeled on some familiar modes of transportation from a galaxy far, far away. A speeder bike, and an X-Wing, and the Millennium Falcon, and a Tie fighter. And yes, they really do fly. The drones can reach speeds up to 40mph and can do 360-degree ae...
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