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Spreadthat | Heated Butter Knife

Recognized with the prestigious iF product design award 2014, the revolutionary SpreadTHAT is the answer to an annoying household problem - hardened butter from the refrigerator. The lightweight knife is the first self-warming butter knife to work without electricity, it features a cutting-edge design and is made from highly efficient thermal conductive titanium to transmit heat from your hand to the blade of the knife, making spreading hard butter a breeze. watch the video

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COOL DOORMATS

We rounded up some of our favorite, fun, home welcoming(or not) messages, here are some cool, original... Doormats. Product details after the jump....
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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...
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DELUXE POKER | BY RESTORATION HARDWARE | Image

DELUXE POKER | BY RESTORATION HARDWARE

We can spend endless hours snooping around the Restoration Hardware website, their vintage game collection is awesome. Our pick from the collection is this beautiful Deluxe Poker box, complete with everything you need to host a late night poker game. Crafted from solid wood, the box includes two decks of deluxe playing cards, a pair of poker dice and four trays of classic clay-composite chips. ...
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