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Jeep Desk

Made from a recycled Jeep hood, this awesome desk will make a truly special workstation for fans of off-roading adventures. The Jeep Desk is a quirky addition to any home office, bedroom or study, it is built using a real reclaimed Jeep hood, and even comes equipped with fully functional headlights that will light up the entire room. It is also outfitted with two wooden draws in the rear for storage. Made to order, the unique desk will ad a cool retro flavor to any man cave.



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WINE LIBRARY

Ideal for lofts or penthouses, the Wine Library is a unique wine-storage solution that holds different bottle sizes and ensures proper wine storage. The beautifully crafted modular bookcase is made entirely of laser cut iron and comes with a rollable ladder, accompanying rails and and softly diffused back lighting. The system comes in six different modules and fits in different wall sizes, allowing for complete customization....
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ISLICE | SLICE BOX CUTTER | Image

ISLICE | SLICE BOX CUTTER

We love the look on this revolutionary box cutter. The ergonomic iSlice, features a ceramic blade that is 10 times sharper than metal blades and is very durable, lasting 20 times longer and never rusts. You can adjust itīs blade to three lengths plus it has a non-slip grip that wraps around your fist for better protection. The Slice is stylish, durable, and safer to use than traditional utility knives....
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AMAZING MINIMALIST HOUSE IN JAPAN | BY SHINICHI OGAWA & ASSOCIATES | Image

AMAZING MINIMALIST HOUSE IN JAPAN | BY SHINICHI OGAWA & ASSOCIATES

A very Minimal yet functional house was projected by japanese architects Shinichi Ogawa. This stunning home is located in Okinawa, Japan, and features two main living areas. One main area features one big open space composed of a living room, a bedroom, and the dinning room, while the the other are is composed by the kitchen, bathroom and study room all in succession. via archdaily....
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