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Lands Tray

Inspired by aerial landscapes, this collection of wooden trays is as beautiful as it is versatile. Designed for GIR by Spanish designer Carlos Jimenez, the Lands series comprises six wooden trays in different sizes that work especially well together. The gorgeous design is a combination of meticulous craftsmanship and modern production processes, resulting in a piece that is ideal to organize items and to keep them close at hand, for everything from writing tools and accessories to stationery, keys, and other small objects. The trays are made from solid Ash and Walnut wood, and can also be used separately, even though they function best when arranged together, allowing the users to find the combination that works best.



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We have seen many Star Wars posters, but none have caught our attention as much as these works of art by artist Matt Ferguson. Available from today in a limited amount from Bottleneck Gallery, the officially licensed series of posters is simple, clean, and instantly recognizable. Available in a choice of Timed Edition (color) or in Variant Edition (gold). All prints are 12 x 24 inches. source...
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FLIKR TABLETOP FIREPLACE

Flikr is the first personal fireplace fueled by rubbing alcohol. The stylish fireplace runs on easy-to-find rubbing alcohol, and brings the undeniable allure of an open flame inside, letting you enjoy the dancing flames of a well-contained fire anywhere in your home. Made from non-absorbent, specialised cement that can withstand up to 3000-degree heat, each fireplace provides a burn time of around 50 minutes for every 5 ounces of rubbing alcohol....
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HORIZONTAL SHOWER | BY DORNBRACHT

Tired of waking up early to take a morning shower? Now you can continue napping in the shower. Swiss company Dornbracht has developed a new way to bathe: an horizontal shower! The structure is secured to the wall and has a roof filled with water jets that bathe the user. To provide an even greater level of relaxation, the system uses a shower called Ambiance Tuning Technique, which allows to program different temperature and water flow. Watch th video...
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