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I Could Eat A Horse | Spaghetti Measuring Tool

"I could eat a horse” is a fun and original spaghetti measuring tool designed by Stefán Pétur Sólveigarson. The kitchen utensil allows you to quickly and easily determine the amount of spaghetti you need, whether you are cooking a meal for a a child, a woman, a man... or even a horse, well actually even if you feel you could eat a horse this portion is for four people! via

Available in the US from amazon, and in Europe here




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BOOMERANG CHAIR | BY KURT DEXEL | Image

BOOMERANG CHAIR | BY KURT DEXEL

The "Boomerang Chair" was designed by Kurt Dexel founder of "Dexel Crafted", he designs beautiful, clean, and modern crafted furniture. This chair is a marvel of sharp lines and angles, crafted from black walnut, eastern maple, and leather. Check out his website for the rest of his awesome collection....
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OLD-FASHIONED TREE SWING | BY PEG & AWL | Image

OLD-FASHIONED TREE SWING | BY PEG & AWL

Peg and Owl is a small company from Philadelphia, their products are made from old things that have been recovered from misfortune and neglect. Example of their fine craft is this Old-Fashioned Tree Swing made of reclaimed old growth pine(was once a floor joist for a 19th century house) and with 3/4 Manila rope looped trough the seat....
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CANOPYSTAIR

Canopystair is a spiral staircase that straps around any tree trunk! The ingenious contraption requires no tools to set up and won´t harm the tree, all is held up without drilling even a single hole. The modular staircase features beautifully designed wooden platforms made from curved birch plywood that are progressively attached around the tree trunk with ratchet straps, creating a beautiful and solid spiral staircase up the trunk of a tree. Genius!...
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