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Chelsea Miller Knives

Brooklyn-based Chelsea Miller makes these beautiful kitchen knives from reclaimed horse-grooming tools. Chelsea´s father was a blacksmith and a carpenter, so she is used to working with her hands from an early age, she started making knifes in 2011 as a hobby, but they have since gained huge popularity and are now backordered 6 to 8 weeks. The bespoke Chelsea Miller Knives are handmade from reclaimed materials from her family´s farm in Vermont. The one of a kind knives feature a trademark non-cutting edge that is left serrated, perfect for grating stuff such as cheese and garlic. watch the video



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SOHO APARTMENT | BY DIVE ARCHITECTS

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RING SOAP

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THE SHACK WEEKEND RETREAT

If you live in a hectic city, at weekends you might feel like escaping to a place completely disconnected from technology, this might inspire you. The Shack is a weekend retreat designed by Broadhurst Architects for a family from the suburbs of Washington D.C., it is located on the southern slope of South Fork Mountain, near Upper Tract, West Virginia. The little rural structure is a cross between tent camping, and weekend cottage, it has no electricity ...
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