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Ryobi Air Conditioned Cooler

The new Ryobi Cooling Cooler doubles as a portable air conditioner! The 18-Volt battery-powered cooler has a 50 quart capacity (you can fit a lot of stuff and a lot of ice), and features two on board compartments on the lid, one to cover and protect the battery and the other compartment is used for storage (phone, keys, etc). It also has a drain plug, a run time of 4-hours, and includes a battery and charger. An awesome option for keeping cool on the jobsite or at any outside event.



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1920S FRENCH DRAFTING TABLE

Another beautiful piece of vintage furniture by Restoration Hardware, this French architects table was reproduced in exacting detail from an early 20th-century drafting table. Crafted in solid wood with meticulous care, the tabletop can be adjusted and tilts to various angles. Timeless piece of furniture. Other beautiful, vintage Restoration Hardware products we have featured: - Grand Leather Beanbag - Vintage Trunks - Buckle Chair - Vintage Toledo Barstool...
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REV HOUSEBOAT

The Rev House is a personalized and built-to-order home on water thatís perfect for anything from weekend getaways to seasonal stays. It has all the luxuries of a penthouse and features include solar panels, a water filtration system, a sewage treatment system and a wide array of amenities. It is custom designed to suit your needs and your lifestyle, their architects and interior designers work closely with each client in order to create their own perfect lifestyle ...
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AUTONOMOUS TENT COCOON

Had enough of the hectic city life? Looking for a place to reconnect with nature? Check out the Autonomous Tent Cocoon, an exciting new form of Architecture, designed to be a permanent structure, it only takes a few days to raise, requires no foundation or utilities (the tent rests on a raised deck), and can be taken down and transported without any trace on the site it occupied. Developed by legendary architect Harry Gesnar, the spectacular shelter is designed to b...
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