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Monopoly Heirloom Edition

Nostalgia abounds in this vintage edition Monopoly game, featuring rustic wood and classic graphics. Hand-crafted from solid wood, the gorgeous Monopoly Heirloom Edition is made to last several lifetimes. The striking foil-stamped Monopoly gameboard is built into the cabinet and includes a framed center area for rolling dice. The classic set also includes a rich walnut cabinet with a drawer that features a built-in bankers tray and room to store game pieces such as the beautiful solid walnut houses and hotels, along with custom-designed money, chance, community chest, and title deed cards.



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SALT & PEPPER CELL SHAKERS | Image

SALT & PEPPER CELL SHAKERS

Created by Antrepo, the original Salt & Pepper Cell shakers are life like D cell replicas. Made of stainless steel and glass, the power indicators on the sides correlate to the amount of spices left in the shakers, before refill time. The color options are Red & Turquoise or Black & white. Great gift idea....
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HUPOMONE RANCH

Hupomone Ranch is an original 160-acre homestead located just a few miles outside of the small Californian town of Petaluma. Designed by architecture firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop, the property was neglected for 30 years, but has now been transformed into a stunning living space by the owners, a young family with three children. They wanted to build a barn house that would reflect their commitment to sustainable farming, that would incorporate seamlessly into the e...
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MEERA HOUSE | BY GUZ ARCHITECTS | Image

MEERA HOUSE | BY GUZ ARCHITECTS

Guz architects, and their incredible homes, are no strangers to Bless This Stuff. We have already shown you the incredible lush Fish house and Tangga house. Now we bring to you the Meera house. Facing the coast of Singapore’s Sentosa Island, the Meera house is built around an open air stairwell that floods the house with tropical ocean breezes, allowing its resident to take full advantage of the Singapore’s spectacular climate. By: Tito Heiderer...
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