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5th Street Brooklyn | By The Brooklyn Home Company

This 4 story townhouse in center Park Slope was renovated by "the Brooklyn Home Company". Extra large double hung windows were placed to flood the home with natural light. The house has some great features, a library ladder leads to an extra lofted guest room, ceiling wooden beams, large built-in shelves, and a guest room inspired by the sleeping quarters of a ship.



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YETI Hopper Flip 12 Cooler | Image

YETI Hopper Flip 12 Cooler

The Hopper Flip 12 is a new cooler by YETI, it offers bombproof construction to endure years of hard use and abuse. Crafted with one inch thick ColdCell insulation and protected by a DryHide thermoplastic urethane shell, the rugged cooler can withstand serious abuse in the field, even with everyday use. Other notable features include a watertight, airtight Hydrolok zipper to protect liquids from leaving and the elements from entering, a removable shoulder strap, and...
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KYUDO FLOOR LAMP

The Kyudo floor lamp by Kundalini was designed by Hans and Franz in 2010. This contemporary floor lamp has an adjustable sliding track with a diffuser attached allowing you to adjust this lamp in many positions. The Kyudo is a steel structure with a glossy varnished paint, available in white, red , black or a chrome finish. The perfect alternative to suspended lighting and traditional floor lamps....
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THE LIVING CUBE

One for the DIY lovers. The Living Cube is a homemade project by Till Konneker. After moving into a small apartment studio without storage room, Till decided to build a minimalist cube design with a shelf for his vinyl collection, his TV, clothes and shoes.  It also features a guest bed on the top, and, open up the cube to find plenty of storage space. How cool is that? via...
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