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Bluefield Houseboats

If you love the idea of living on the water, you need to check out these stunning pre-fabricated floating homes. Bluefield Houseboats let you live on the water with a minimal energy footprint, they are custom-built and shipped out for on-site assembly. Built with high-quality materials and created with passive design principles to minimize energy consumption, the customizable waterfront properties let owners decide on the materials used and decide on the configuration of their home, which ranges from 500 square feet up to 2,000 square feet across one or two stories.



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TENTSILE CONNECT TREE TENT

Tentsile first caught the public´s attention with the very popular Stingray Tree Tent, conceived as a treehouse that you can take with you to just about any place. Now the Tentsile team have presented the Connect Tree Tent, the ultimate 2 person portable treehouse tent capable of connecting to other Connect tents to create one massive super tree tent with additional central communal space! All Tentsile tents can also be set on the ground, but you won´t have the sa...
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HIS & HERS KEY HOLDERS

Are you always looking for your keys? Simply put the master key (included) into the lock and you will never lose them again! With a contemporary design and a chrome finish, the famous "His & Hers Key Holders" look great and are an excellent gift idea....
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OPAL LAKE CABIN

Designed by Opal Architecture, this lakeside gem combines innovative wooden design with exceptional sustainability. Located in the picturesque rural Northwest Connecticut, this remarkable home showcases the perfect blend of cross-laminated timber (CLT) and wood fiber insulation, achieving an impressive level of energy efficiency. By utilizing wood as the primary building material, Opal Architecture emphasizes its sustainability and minimal environmental impact. ...
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