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Hookeychain Magnet

How simple and practical can an idea be...the "Hookeychain Magnet" combines all functions of a keychain, a magnet and a hook. Eliminate the annoying and time-consuming searches for your keys, simply place the hookeychain magnet against the fridge or any metal cabinet.



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ALUMINUM AND WOOD FURNITURE | BY HILLA SHAMIA | Image

ALUMINUM AND WOOD FURNITURE | BY HILLA SHAMIA

Israel-based industrial designer Hilla Shamia has created a beautiful collection of Aluminum and Wood fusion furniture. The unusual combination is achieved by pouring aluminum directly into the crevices and cracks of the wood, beautifully burning it and casting it into irregularly shaped wood pieces, and creating sleek pieces of furniture. The end result is gorgeous and no two pieces are identical. via...
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PEARL BEACH HOUSE

Resting ever so quietly and poetically on a bush block in the idyllic coastal suburb of Pearl Beach (North of Sydney in Australia), is a classic 1960s beach house thatís about as perfect as any youíll find. The Mid-Century style retreat was designed in 1963 by architect Brian Mazlin and carefully restored by TFAD design in 2010, it is beautifully understated with clean lines and a unique blend of furniture and accessories. The material choices and colors are simple,...
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SWEETFIRE FIRE STARTER

UCO is a brand known for their advanced outdoor lighting gear and firestarting accessories for campers and adventurers alike. The Sweetfire Strikeable Fire Starter is a must have in your gear, made from recycled sugarcane waste, each triangle burns for 7 minutes! The pyramid stick features a strikable tip that can be used with striker on box, eliminating need for matches. A great firestarting accessorie to help outdoorsmen everywhere get a fire going regar...
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