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Indoor Door Table | By Manoteca

Manoteca is an Italian workshop that uses old abandoned things and recycled materials to produce redesigned and reassembled products. Their collection features some very original pieces of furniture including this vintage desk, made with a recycled door. The table besides beautiful is very practical and versatile, when closed it can be used as a dining table for 8 people, and if opened can be used as a functional work desk. Inside youŽll find three recycled rawhide pockets, two wooden drawers and a task lamp. via

Also check out the very cool Vintage Suitcase Drawers






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SPIRAL WINE CELLARS | Image

SPIRAL WINE CELLARS

Ever find yourself thinking about doing a cellar in your house? Wine lovers certainly have caught themselves asking this question, but bumping into the same answer, the lack of space. with this in mind, UK company Spiral Cellars created the "spiral wine cellars", which act as a spiral staircase with the bottles placed around them. They can be built any in your home, without taking any useful space. With a cooling system that allows the ideal temperature, the Spiral ...
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NUBE HAMMOCK SHELTER

If you regularly use a hammock on your outdoor adventures, youŽll probably know that a perfect hammock day is pretty dependent on weather, since they don’t provide their own shelter from the elements and insects. Sierra Madre tackled this problem and have developed the Nubé 2.0 Hammock Shelter, a ripstop nylon tarp that keeps you and your gear protected. The shelter also features a zip-up bug net, a gear storage section (holds up to 100 pounds of kit) and is ...
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RSS LAMP SHADE

Your Geek office interior can now have the complete makeover, decorate your geeky office with a Rss lamp shade. The lampshades are made of fibre and wire and will surely brighten up the room aesthetically with the familiar Rss logo....
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