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The Pole House | By F2 Architecture

The Pole House by F2 Architecture is one of Australias most iconic homes, and is available for rent! The spectacular beach front house is suspended 40 meters above Fairhaven Beach and offers unparalleled panoramic views of the beautiful coastline. The house was recently renovated and now features floor-to-ceiling retracting glass walls giving guests a sense of walking on air. The amazing property is currently available for rent, more details here.



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PIPE CANDLEHOLDERS | BY MENU | Image

PIPE CANDLEHOLDERS | BY MENU

We recently came across these cool candleholders by one of our favorite home decor brands, Scandinavian Menu. They were designed by Pernille Vea, she was inspired by candleholders made by the Vikings many years ago. Made of cast iron the Pipe Candleholder can be hammered into anything, like a nail in a plank, and are perfect to set a creative mood. Drive the holder into a tree trunk or wooden beam outdoors, or into a piece of firewood indoors....
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SOLAR MASON JAR

California-based Moonshiner Co. have given the classic mason jar a creative and useful twist, they have equipped it with a solar panel lid and low-profile LED lights inside, creating a lamp that provides up to 12 hours of warm, glowing light from one full charge. The 32 oz. Solar Mason Jar also features a magnetic clasp on the lid for turning it on & off. source...
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TOBIN ISLAND BOATHOUSE

The Tobin Island Boathouse is worth a serious look should you be out and around Lake Rousseau, a part of the Muskoka Lakes in Ontario, Canada. Designed by the AKB Architects team, the sleek minimal and edgy look is beautifully integrated in its luscious natural surroundings. This boathouse uses mainly weathered cedar wood with a special charred treatment, similar to an old Japanese technique, known as the Shou Sugi Ban, which helps the whole thing seamlessly blend w...
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