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Hopper Bucket Chair

Another beautiful vintage style product by Restoration Hardware. The Hopper Bucket Chair is a mid-century style merged with sink-in comfort. Made from distressed whiskey leather, the chair is then hand-distressed for a cool vintage appeal. Available in a variety of leather styles.




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CHALET ANZERE

This spectacular "Swiss chalet” is a picture perfect retreat located in Anzčre, Switzerland. Designed by SeARCH, the spectacular Swiss Alps minimalist chalet was built on a steep hillside plot and features three-levels, guest house downstairs, the main living areas in the middle and a private apartment on the top level. All floors open to a wide terrace with spectacular views over the snowy hills. The garage, accessible from the lower road, is connected to all level...
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DEGLON MEETING KNIFE SET

The Deglon Meeting Knife Set is practical, durable and a work of art. Designed by Mia Schmallenbach, the set of sculptural, nested knives won first prize in the 5th European Cutlery Design Awards. The set is made of high quality stainless steel and seemingly appears to be created from a single block of stainless steel. To remove each knife, simply press down near the tip of the blade and lift knife away by the handle. The set includes 4 knifes, a parin...
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CHELSEA MILLER KNIVES

Brooklyn-based Chelsea Miller makes these beautiful kitchen knives from reclaimed horse-grooming tools. Chelsea´s father was a blacksmith and a carpenter, so she is used to working with her hands from an early age, she started making knifes in 2011 as a hobby, but they have since gained huge popularity and are now backordered 6 to 8 weeks. The bespoke Chelsea Miller Knives are handmade from reclaimed materials from her family´s farm in Vermont. The one of a kind kni...
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