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Tail And Nose Bookends | By Skate-home

Skate-Home build original furniture always inspired by the skateboard shape, we have featured their beautiful Nollie Flip Stool before. Their latest product are these cool Tail & Nose Bookends, made with Canadian maple and skateboard wheels. Available in several colors from the Skate-Home webstore. If your a DIY fan, you could probably save yourself some cash and build them yourself using a recycled skateboard.

Also check out our roundup on Recycled Skateboard Products




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WOOLSEY PING PONG TABLE | Image

WOOLSEY PING PONG TABLE

The Woolsey Ping Pong Table is not just another option to practice the game, in fact it enables you to keep practicing this fun activity but in a much more stylish way, turning the otherwise not so good looking table into a fine piece of furniture. It´s built with great craftsmanship and made using noble resources such as sugar maple and solid black walnut wood. It also comes with a set of paddles made from the exact same materials. The other great feature is that t...
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KITE MOSQUITO PATCH

Kite Mosquito Patch is indigogo´s (crowdfunding website) most popular campaign to date, it is a small, powerful patch that allows humans to go virtually undetected by mosquitoes for up to 48 hours. Mosquitos are annoying, they also transmit dangerous diseases, specially in places like Africa with many regions impacted by malaria, the revolutionary patches contain Kite´s breakthrough scientific discovery of non-toxic compounds proven to disrupt the mosquito’s ability...
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SH HOUSE | BY BAKSVANWENGERDEN ARCHITECTS | Image

SH HOUSE | BY BAKSVANWENGERDEN ARCHITECTS

Amsterdam-based BaksvanWengerden Architecten were commissioned to renovate and enlarge a single-family house in the Netherlands. The SH House dates back to 1932, the owners wanted to renovate the original interior that was very dark and enclosed. The architects removed the internal partitions and created an open floor plan which extends towards the garden. Beautiful fusion of classic with contemporary. ...
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