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Cutting Board With Collapsible Bin

This genius Cutting Board by Progressive International features a clever and functional design worthy of the MoMA Store (and yes, it is available there).  The Collapsible Bin and Board is the perfect solution for your frustration when chopping away, no more food prep scraps getting in the way of your edible food! The board features non-skid feet to keep it in place, and a detachable scrap bin.



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STAHL FIREPIT

There is nothing like gathering around a fire pit with friends and family whilst enjoying the warmth and glow of a flickering flame. The Stahl Firepit is a beautiful, American-made, modern, ingeniously designed fire pit that can be easily assembled in under a minute without a single tool. The minimalist fire pit is available in three sizes, and crafted from quarter-inch A36 hot rolled steel, a material that not only looks better with age, it lasts a lifetime. Each p...
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TEKIO MODULAR SHELVING

Portland-based Tanner Goods have presented the beautiful Tekio Modular System -  inspired by mid-century design aesthetics. Handmade at their Portland studio, this versatile system is meticulously crafted from quality hardwoods, high-grade aluminum and steel components manufactured in America. The Tekio range is offered in nine different configurations, from a simple bar cart to a 3-column shelving system, and is designed to adapt to your needs and space. A mod...
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MONO CABIN

You can order this tiny prefab cabin for under $22K and place it anywhere you desire. Mono is the culmination of years of engineering and design, with every detail meticulously planned, and every material tirelessly sourced. The little retreat measures nine feet wide, 12 feet high, and 16 feet across, including a four-foot covered deck. These measurements are intentional, as they require no permits in most of North America. The compact structure uses a single-engine...
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