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House In Torres Vedras Portugal | By Pedro Gadanho

This is a very original house in Torres Vedras, Portugal. It was designed by Portuguese Architect Pedro Gadanho, all the details and bright colors applied are very unique. It has original objects scattered around, they are functional as well as aesthetic. The giant pill, for example, is the childrens bathroom. The house is composed of twelve environments spread across two floors. Check out the photos, definitely worth a look.



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ALPHA TINY HOUSE

We have come across some very cool tiny houses over the years, but nothing beats this. The barn inspired Alpha Tiny House, by Nashville-based New Frontier Tiny Homes, is a multi functional home with a well thought maximization of space, it boasts several trend-forward details that set it apart from so many others on the market. Built using reclaimed barn wood, subway tiles and hardwood floors, the 240-square-foot residence is chock-full of amenities, it includes a f...
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SHUFFLEBOARD TABLE | BY DISTRICT MFG

Constructed from reclaimed oak, this beautiful Shuffleboard by District MFG features a unique playing surface and is custom manufactured one at a time. The structure is made from a single welded frame constructed from high strength steel and with an aged bronze finish, the gutters have a sleek hand-stitched leather base. 8 pucks and silicone beads are included. watch the video Available from District MFG or from Restoration Hardware...
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ICICLE ICE BUCKET

Cleverly conceived by designer Rodolfo Dorandi, the ingenious Icicle Ice Bucket solves the annoying and recurring problem of melting ice in the traditional ice bucket. Icicle cleverly slows the melting of the ice by separating the ice in the upper half of the elegant glass vessel from the slowly accumulating pool of water below. This icy illusion is achieved thanks to an inverted interior that separates the ice cubes from the water as it melts....
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