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Draper Tiny House

Land Ark first caught our attention with their amazing Drake tiny house. Now they have contacted us with news on their new offering, the Draper Tiny House, a towable home with plenty of storage space, a living room that doubles up as a guest room, and a large deck for entertaining your guests. With 300 sqft (including loft), it sleeps up to 4 people and is sized like an RV to give you ultimate freedom of use. The flexible interior includes a fully equipped kitchen, a living room that doubles as a guest room, a sleeping loft with a double bed, and a compact, yet surprisingly luxurious bathroom with toilet, shower and vanity unit. The living area extends outside through the sliding patio door onto a large hardwood deck that can be raised and closed for transport.



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BALMUDA THE TOASTER | Image

BALMUDA THE TOASTER

Balmuda, a famous Japanese toaster is now available in America! The impressive Steam Toaster, has been exclusive to the Japan market, where it remains a favorite nearly five years after its debut. The beautifully designed Balmuda Toaster uses steam to make toast taste bakery fresh! Winner of the good design award, the Japanese toaster ensures your toast comes out not only perfectly browned on both sides, but also still soft and fluffy on the inside. The smart applia...
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC RESIDENCE | BY A-CERO ARCHITECTS | Image

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC RESIDENCE | BY A-CERO ARCHITECTS

Located in a dream location, more precisely in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic this project was designed by Spanish architect Joaquin Torres of the studio A-cero. The result is a stunning harmony between the idyllic landscape, and the simple and bright materials used both inside, and outside....
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BottleLoft

Do you have difficulty managing space in your fridge? Always running out of fridge space for your beer collection? BottleLoft can definitely come in handy. The ingenious contraption saves you a lot of space by simply attaching your bottles to the interior ceiling of your fridge! Each strip utiizes 3M VHB (very high bond) adhesive to securely attach to your refrigerator ceiling, and can hold 3 standard 12 oz bottles by their cap alone. Two strips are included with ea...
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