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Record Display I

Record Display I is a beautifully handmade vinyl record display built with solid walnut, and with brass details, by Japanese furniture maker Kai Takeshima in Montreal, Canada. Finished with oil for a sleek look, the elegant display features six different compartments capable of holding approximately 290 records in total, helping you keep your precious collection organized, accessible, and appreciated.



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PENDANT LIGHTS | BY MARZ DESIGNS | Image

PENDANT LIGHTS | BY MARZ DESIGNS

Beautiful pendant lights created by Coco Reynolds for Marz Designs, a young Sydney based design company. The pendant lights are beautifully handcrafted from FSC certified timbers and can be custom made to meet specific requirements, at any length and in any configuration to suit your needs....
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CURVILUX SMART NIGHTSTAND

Curvilux is a modern, minimalist and connected nightstand with a wide range of impressive technical features. The smart nightstand boasts smartphone connectivity, a built-in speaker system, and LED lights capable of being set to mimic a sunrise, among a handful of other features. Curvilux lets you control your sleeping cycles and simulate the sunrise to wake up on time, sets your alarm in the app to wake up in the right cycle, streams your favorite son...
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THE EDGE | BY CHARLES WRIGHT | Image

THE EDGE | BY CHARLES WRIGHT

The Edge is one of the most mind-blowing residences we have come across. This multiple award-winning masterpiece was designed by Charles Wright and his team of Architects, it sits atop of the prestigious Flagstaff Hill, in Port Douglas, Australia. Besides a breathtaking location, this extraordinary mansion comes with some outstanding features, such as a cantilevered concrete and granite day bed, which floats on the balcony, and a spectacular 10 meter infinity lap po...
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