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1940s Hollywood Studio Floor Lamp

Our latest lamp crush is this exact reproduction of a 1940īs Hollywood Studio Floor by Restoration Hardware. Made from solid cast aluminum and steel the timeless classic was originally designed to illuminate the famous faces of film. The lampīs height is manually adjusted from 47" to 67".



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WATERVILLA | BY PLUS 31 ARCHITECTS | Image

WATERVILLA | BY PLUS 31 ARCHITECTS

Amsterdam is crossed by hundreds of channels, making it a perfect city for anyone living in the water. This modern house situated in De Omval, was designed by Dutch +31 Architects. The 200-square-foot house boat divided into two floors, features modern lines and has 2 bedroom apartments. Part of the house is submerged in water, the top floor has a big gap, providing natural light even under the water....
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UNIQUE PROPERTY IN CHARLESTON FOR SALE

Number 2 Concord St in Charleston is a truly unique and truly inspiring property. The property is located adjacent to the Carolina yacht club and was converted to a residence through a monumental construction effort. The end result is a trophy property overlooking Charleston harbor with unparalleled views. The 2.72 acre property includes the main residence and the guest house. The property is a stunning display of luxury and craftsmanship, with absolutely no expense...
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CLAW BIKE WALL MOUNT

The Gladiator Claw is an advanced bike storage system for both adult and child-sized bicycles, getting them off the floor and out of the way. The convenient and flexible storage solution is constructed of high-strength plastic and capable of holding bikes up to 50 lbs, simply use the push-lock mechanism to quickly hang or release a bicycle with one intuitive motion. Push up once to close the arms, push up again to open them and release the bicycle. ...
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