stuff we drool about

Industrial Work Desk

Another great online store we came across on Etsy, Urban Wood Goods is owned by Erin Norton True, she makes "Industrial Modern Reclaimed Wood Furniture", she discovers items at estate sales,flea markets, and old barns. She then makes furniture pieces with historical "old growth" salvaged wood. Our pick is this simple desk with mid century hairpin legs, locker basket drawer and slide out keyboard tray. Everything is made to order, and you can arrange with Erin custom dimensions. Check out her store for more very cool rustic furniture.



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BETTERBACK

Look at yourself right now, how are you sitting? how is your back? and your neck? probably not to great, and that is because of bad posture whilst sitting down. BetterBack allows you to effortlessly sit in perfect posture, easing back pain, whilst training yourself how to sit. After a hugely successful Indiegogo campaign (raised over $1.6 Million), BetterBack is now available for purchase, the clever system makes every chair ergonomic, helping you build up your post...
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LAMPSTER ROBOT LAMP

The Lampster is the coolest lamp ever! A Robo Lamp made out of old tractor and bike headlights. Designed by a young architect and an engineer, the desk lamp has an imposing superhero stance and has two light sources: a clear one, controlled by touch, and an RGB one controlled by an app on your mobile device that lets you change the color or intensity from anywhere in the room. You can even sync it to your music and it will flash to the beat! Measuring 18 inches, i...
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STAR WARS REPLICA PROPS

Star Wars fans rejoice! Lucasfilm and Disney have presented their own line of official replicas of some of the franchise’s most iconic props. The collection was created by the Proshop at Pinewood Studios in the UK, the same place where all the iconic weaponry, masks, helmets and armory that you see in Star Wars: The Force Awakens were manufactured. The amazingly detailed pieces are unprecedented in their accuracy, and currently include impressively accurate replica ...
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