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Obol | Never Eat Soggy Cereal Again

Another one of our flashbacks on interesting products we have featured here before and consider worth another look. Today’s "Flashback" is the Obol bowl, if you hate soggy cereal, this solves the problem! With Obol you can take your time eating your cereals, you will never eat soggy cereals again. Obol separates your cereals from your milk so you can mix them gradually as you eat. Obol can be used in various situations, adding croutons to soup or eating cookies with milk.

You can buy Obol in Europe here




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CAIXA CABINET | BY MINIFORMS | Image

CAIXA CABINET | BY MINIFORMS

Designed by italian Paolo Cappello, Caixa is a cabinet reminiscent the 60´s vintage side-boards but has been redesigned to meet the needs of the 21st century.. The cabinet features an integrated ipod/tv speakers system so you can connect your TV, computer, iPod or any other device. Caixa is available in a lacquered white, black, or red....
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ZIP BED | BY FLORIDA SMART ITALIAN DESIGN | Image

ZIP BED | BY FLORIDA SMART ITALIAN DESIGN

This futuristic looking bed by Florida Smart Italian Design is named "Zip Bed". Has stated in the name, it features a zip, now it´svery easy to make your bed. It´s soft, fully padded and it´s curved lines make it irresistible. Put and remove, dress and undress, the bed changes look by a simple gesture. You can choose your colour among thirteen range shades, monochromatic or dichromatic combinations....
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MINIMALIST BACHELOR APARTMENT

Commissioned by a young IT engineer, this beautiful bachelor’s apartment was designed by the M3 Architectural & Construction group who took a minimalist approach. The clean pad is located in Budva, Montenegro, a coastal area on the Adriatic Sea, it features a neutral palette of white surfaces, grey accents, and natural materials beautifully complemented with incorporated furnishings. The main living area was kept open with floor-to-ceiling curtains acting as div...
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