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Homesick Candles

Who can say they´ve never been homesick? No one, that’s for sure… and we do also know there’s an intimate connection between scents/odors and memories… mix up these two premises and you get the concept behind Homesick Candles, an American made item, hand poured and using a soy based wax that mixes some fragrances that we usually associate with some states. So for the Texas one you get a scent with hints of leather, cotton & sage, on the New York one you get mostly apple and pumpkin. Each candle will burn between 60-80 hours, and although you get only 27 states for now, in a nearby future 50 will become available.



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LINE BAR | BY NATHAN YONG | Image

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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MUSKOKA LAKES BOATHOUSE | BY CHRISTOPHER SIMMONDS | Image

MUSKOKA LAKES BOATHOUSE | BY CHRISTOPHER SIMMONDS

Muskoka Lakes Boathouse by Ottawa-based studio Christopher Simmonds Architect is located in Muskoka Lakes, Ontario, Canada. The construction that gets its name from its location is a renewal of an existing boathouse with 600 square meters, it includes a second guest suite and roof terrace. Its design in the wilderness provides varied views as well as a sheltering foil to the open lake breezes and water traffic. ...
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CAMSHAFT LAMP | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO | Image

CAMSHAFT LAMP | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO

Classified Moto besides doing some serious motorbike conversions also make some very cool pieces of furniture, we have showcased some in the past. They have added some new pieces to the collection, including this "Camshaft Lamp", a sleek and simple lamp that combines a well-used brake rotor with a vintage Japanese camshaft! Great use again, rescuing old motorbike parts from rusting away......
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