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Colored Pencil Organizer

Coloring has been said to be able to help you achieve mindfulness, banish anxiety, and even deal with trauma. Well now coloring artists can organize their pencils in this unique stylish handmade colored pencil holder that reveals all palette of colors. Crafted from wood, the compact and ergonomic organizer displays the whole spectrum of colors, opened for eyesight, making it easier to choose and share necessary colors. There is even an extra place for an eraser, sharpener, brushes etc. Available in several sizes, and with the option of name personalisation, laser engraved on the side.



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Taylor Stitch
Huckberry Interior
ANISHA LAMP | BY FOSCARINI | Image

ANISHA LAMP | BY FOSCARINI

The Anisha Lamp by Italian design studio Foscarini is not just a lamp, but a surprising, personal object you will fall in love with at first sight. Anisha has a fluid and enveloping frame, a dynamic irregular ellipse. It features a ouch switch that is also integrated in its shape and responds to the simple touch of a finger. With its minimal bulk, the lamp looks amazing both on and off. Available in two sizes and two colors, white and red. Watch the video....
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TRIBECA DESK | BY SOREN ROSE | Image

TRIBECA DESK | BY SOREN ROSE

Scandinavian Designer Soren Rose runs a NY based design company focused on residential living, we have featured their minimalist Milk Desk before. The guys are specialists in bespoke furniture & interiors, and will do anything from designing a sink for your new apartment, to drawing your new home entirely. Their Tribeca Desk is another beautiful example of their work, an elegant and functional work desk, that keeps your workspace clutter free....
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NOLAN HOUSE

Located in Melbourne, Australia, the spectacular Nolan House is a project by Coy Yiontis Architects whom have created a beautiful light filled open space. The original heritage home is broken then reunified by the introduction of 3 courtyards of varying sizes allowing complete transparency across the site. The inside and outside of the house are merged through the use of sliding glazed panels and continuity of building materials, giving the impression of one large c...
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