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Drift Light

Drift Light is a new smart light bulb that mimics the setting sun. Drift Light dims the light at bedtime, over a 37-minute "sunset" period with changing and fading colors matching those of a sunset, until the bedroom is dark and we are gently asleep. At night, the LED bulb can also mimic the moonlight, fading to a nightlight brightness. The rest of the day it can be used as a normal bulb. And the cool thing is you donīt need any fancy app, simply screw it into a socket like any other light bulb and click the regular light switch twice. watch the video



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JAPANESE AXES | BY BEST MADE | Image

JAPANESE AXES | BY BEST MADE

Hand crafted by some of the finest smiths in Japan, these Japanese Axes were exclusively manufactured for Best Made. The precision cutting tools deliver unparalleled speed and efficiency, they have a stunningly meticulous fit and finish, and each embodies a classic Japanese pattern. The handles are made from Japanese white oak, and are scorched, protecting them from rot, insects, and weather. Three styles are available to choose from....
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20 PINE RESIDENCES NY | Image

20 PINE RESIDENCES NY

Located in the Financial District, 20 Pine Residences looks like a whole other world set above NY. Designed by Armani/Casa, the Collection Residences boast large windows & vast interior spaces. Each residence has 10 ft beamed ceilings and abundant open spaces. The Collection offers 24-hour doorman, terrace lounge, library lounge, up-to the minute indoor and outdoor health, spa and club facilities, golf simulation room, pool pavilion, and spectacular views....
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CORNWALL WOODEN HOME

Husband and wife Tom and Danielle Raffield had already set up a successful business using steam to bend wood into beautiful furniture. Now they have decided to turn their talent into creating a spectacular family home with a wraparound balcony, spa-like bathrooms and glass corridors. As with their furniture pieces, the couple used steam-bent timber to cover this extension to an old gamekeepers lodge in Cornwall, southwest England. The new structure is concealed behi...
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