stuff we drool about

Hopside Down Beer Glass | By Fred And Friends

This is a very original gift idea by "Fred & Friends", the Hopside down beer glass, is shaped like an upside down beer bottle inside a regular glass. Itīs great for everyone that enjoys drinking their beer from the bottle, now with a more refined option. The glass weighs 12 ounces, is handblown and precisely crafted, and comes with a very nice individual gift box. Itīs great for parties or everyday fun.



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DREAM DIVE PLATFORM | Image

DREAM DIVE PLATFORM

The Dream Dive Platform joins two unusually combined concepts, a minimal shelter with a diving platform. The ultra simple and basic structure is made from salvaged materials using wood, a mosquito net around the sleeping cocoon, with a waxed canvas available to cover up your spot should rain pay you a visit, and a small platform that will enable you to quickly step into your morning power shower using the river, a lake or depending where you place it. Designed by th...
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DOUBLE DISH SNACK BOWL | BY JOSEPH JOSEPH | Image

DOUBLE DISH SNACK BOWL | BY JOSEPH JOSEPH

This is a very ingenious solution! When you serve your snacks you always need a side dish for wastes, with this solution it allows you to serve snacks in a small dish and hide the waste in a special dish underneath. It comes in three color combinations, white and green, green, or white. Available at amazon...
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MIRROR POINT COTTAGE

Architectural firm MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple have created an amazing cottage that is inspired by schooners, sheds and farmhouses. Comissioned as a holiday retreat, the Mirror Point Cottage is located in southwestern Nova Scotia, in a dense hardwood forest, comprised of cedar, pine, and oak, in front of a beautiful lake. The hovering building forms a cantilevered structure that frames the lake beautifully as you approach the shoreline. Beneath the structure, is a full-...
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