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Jerry Can Bar Cabinet

The cool Jerry Can Bar Cabinet is a new product that gives an old iconic object a new, and dare we say, more meaningful life. So this Danish company takes old world war II Jerry cans, sandblasts them to get rid of the old paint and maybe some rust that could have been settling in, then restore them, powder coat them, and trim them exquisitely making magic by installing a luxurious wood shelve system that allows you to store some glasses, a cocktail mixer and up to three bottles of your favorite liquor. With a wall mounting system and locks to keep the younger ones away from your stash, this is a great twist on a classic icon.



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LUNA MOON LANTERN

Luna Moon Lantern aims to set the zen mood provided by the moonlight, inspiring, serene and romantic. Made from fiber glass and latex, each Luna Lantern mimics the color and shape of a moon, and is hand crafted, therefore unique. Available in seven different sizes, from 32 inches diameter up to a massive 236 inches, you´re sure to get one to fit in your home or garden´s special spot. They all have a cord and a device to adjust luminosity, the smaller model features ...
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SPYRA ONE WATER GUN

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CERAMIC HOUSE | BY HECTOR RUIZ-VELAZQUEZ | Image

CERAMIC HOUSE | BY HECTOR RUIZ-VELAZQUEZ

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