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Stelton Ship Lamp

The beautiful Stelton Ship´s Lamp, was created in 1990 by Copenhagen-born designer Erik Magnussen. The classic ship´s lantern features a minimalist and cylindrical design keeping the wind out. Made from satin polished stainless steel, the lamp burns for approximately 18 hours on one filling of smokeless and odorless oil. Nice decor piece for the house, boat or garden.




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CONNECTABLE POD TENTS

POD Tents is a revolutionary camping system that allows you to build a social community of tents using interconnected walkways! Choose from two tent sizes, the 8-person Maxi, or the 4-person Mini, and add to it as you need to, with many possible configurations. The system is designed to be completely modular, enabling you to create a self-contained tent village connected by zip-together tunnels. watch the video You can pick one up for a special price of almos...
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FOREST HOUSE | BY JOHNSTON ARCHITECTS

This sustainable home by Johnston Architects has a unique design and adopts a concept of sustainability that includes both the water supply, but also the power consumed. Made of 85% wood it features a modern interior enhanced by a minimal exterior design. The house looks amazing and its sustainable sources of power provide enough energy to keep it glowing in the coldest of winters....
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THE BARTENDERS KNIFE

The Bartender´s Knife aims to assist you in perfecting the art of preparing a cocktail. It sure won´t turn you into Tom Cruise´s character in the movie cocktail, but it´ll go a long way in preparing all the extras that give your long drink that special kick, such as the perfect lime peel or lemon zest. It is made from durable polished hard wood and high grade stainless steel with brass rivets on the handle that give it a great look and durability. On the pointy end ...
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