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Alpha Tiny House

We have come across some very cool tiny houses over the years, but nothing beats this. The barn inspired Alpha Tiny House, by Nashville-based New Frontier Tiny Homes, is a multi functional home with a well thought maximization of space, it boasts several trend-forward details that set it apart from so many others on the market. Built using reclaimed barn wood, subway tiles and hardwood floors, the 240-square-foot residence is chock-full of amenities, it includes a full-size jacuzzi tub and shower, a step up kitchen with a dining table and seating for eight hidden beneath, a sole loft bedroom with kingsize bed, a barn door that opens up to become a custom fold down deck, and plenty of storage.



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POPUP LIGHTING

Designer Chen Bikovski of Popup Lighting, has created a collection of lamps inspired by children’s pop-up books. These modern light fixtures turn into animals when illuminated! A playful geometric twist on taxidermy that brings light and art to bare walls. The series of origami-inspired light fixtures come alive when they’re on, a deer head once illuminated reveals a pair of antlers, whilst a peacock projects a plume of feathers making it a wild wall ornament that w...
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SAN FRANCISCO HOUSEBOAT

Anchored in a small canal on Mission Creek in San Francisco, California, lays this beautiful modern contemporary floating home designed by Robert Nebolon Architects. Envisioned by a pair of adventurous first-time homeowners, the 2,100-square-foot floating house was built in a Sausalito boatyard, and then towed across the San Francisco Bay safely to its slip on San Francisco’s Mission Creek where it now proudly resides. Everything has a contemporary touch, starting w...
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JEEVES TABLE LAMP

Designed by British designer Jake Phipps, this quirky lamp is inspired by a classic British cultural icon, the Bowler Hat. The Jeeves Lamp is made with an authentic bowler hat that is lined with gold aluminum to reflect light optimally, and is adjustable so you can tip your hat. A classic statement piece that ads a gentle welcoming glow which is perfect for any room. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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