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Ulisse Daybed

Ulisse Daybed is a beautiful lounger designed for your everyday chilling sessions, powernaps or meditating moments. One of its most interesting features is the solid brass reclining system, that easily and quickly enables you to, safely, decide the inclination you wish to get. Its wooden structure, although being modern and minimalist, has some oriental and African motifs, giving it a more out-of-the box look, which sets it apart from the more commonly seen on plain perpendicular structures. Built using great craftsmanship, attention to detail and premium materials, this elegant item could very well be a great add on to your home or office, letting you relax in style and boost up greatly your life quality.



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2016 GIFTS FOR THE OUTDOORSMAN | Image

2016 GIFTS FOR THE OUTDOORSMAN

Today´s gift roundup is focused on the adventurer in your life, we bring you a list of products that are truly useful in the great outdoors. Solutions to keep you warm on a chilly night, solutions for light packing when heading out into the wilderness, solutions for charging your precious gadgets, solutions for cooking a complete meal, plus plenty more outdoor gear. ...
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LUCI INFLATABLE SOLAR LANTERN

Luci is one of the smartest gadgets to hit the outdoor industry, it combines a solar-powered lantern with an inflatable, compact design. Built for adventure, Lucy is lightweight, waterproof, super bright, and completely solar powered, providing a safe and energy-saving alternative to traditional battery-powered lanterns and flashlights. And when you’re all done just deflate (it collapses down to just 1”) and store it in your bag. watch the video Lear...
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THE ZEST CHAIR | BY NANCY CHU | Image

THE ZEST CHAIR | BY NANCY CHU

This is a concept chair by Nancy Chu, an industrial design student at the University of Cincinnati. The chair catches the eye with it´s interesting shape. With a very minimal design the chair consists of two metal sheets peeling away from each other, revealing an unexpected pop of color that pulls in the eye....
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