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Greenmoxie Tiny House

The Greenmoxie Tiny House is a sustainable, off-grid, eco-friendly retreat that uses a slew of reclaimed materials for everything from the barn wood ceiling and bathroom barn door to reclaimed windows and light fixtures. The functional, innovative 340 square feet green home features solar panels, a roof water recovery system, and low-voltage LED lighting. Other stand out details include the Baltic birch shelving and matching bench, the frameless glass railing in the loft, a storage-integrated staircase, and most notably an electric drawbridge-style deck. 

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SWITCH | SALT & PEPPER DISPENSER | Image

SWITCH | SALT & PEPPER DISPENSER

We have featured some original salt & pepper shakers(Salt & Pepper Cell Shakers, Salt and Pepper Squeezers, Angel and a Devil Shakers), but this has to be the most original of them all. The Switch Salt and Pepper from Fred & Friends is a clever shaker, it works with a large toggle button on top, you can switch between salt or pepper. Fun idea, no batteries required....
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WINE LIBRARY

Ideal for lofts or penthouses, the Wine Library is a unique wine-storage solution that holds different bottle sizes and ensures proper wine storage. The beautifully crafted modular bookcase is made entirely of laser cut iron and comes with a rollable ladder, accompanying rails and and softly diffused back lighting. The system comes in six different modules and fits in different wall sizes, allowing for complete customization....
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BOSTON HOME

Developed by Alan Christ Architects, this stunning 4,200 SF house in located in Bostonīs South End. It is an unique restoration of an existing building which was constructed in 1899, and at first appears to be two contrasting houses standing side by side due to its unusual facade treatment. The interior also suffered a complete reconstruction with emphasis on an industrial look, with materials that are strong and bare such as structural steel, raw concrete, unpainte...
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