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Tie Tea Cup | By George Lee

Another one of those "why didnīt i think of that" inventions. Tie Tea Cup is a genius idea by designer George Lee and solves that annoying of having to fish arround for your tea bag thatīs inevitably floating in your cup. All you have to do is tie the teabag to the tab, and you are set to go.



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THE ABYSS TABLE | BY DUFFY LONDON | Image

THE ABYSS TABLE | BY DUFFY LONDON

Duffy London never cease to amaze us with their creative and unusual furniture. The same creative minds behind the Shadow Chair, the Swing Table and the Woodsman Axe Coffee table , have designed a dramatic new coffee table, the Abyss Table . The clever and beautifully executed design mimics the depths of the ocean with a 3-D representation of a geological cross-section re-creating a mesmeric abyss. The stunning effect was achieved with sheets of wood and glass overl...
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OOD HOUSE

Conceived by two brothers who couldn’t find somewhere small, yet beautiful to stay on hiking trips, the Ood House is a 18sqm tiny home clad in mirrored glass to help it blend into its surrounds. The two-person prefab dwelling is made from steel, insulated glass and wood, and takes less than eight hours to build. It is clad in mirrored glass, giving you complete privacy inside, and helping it blend in with its surroundings, and project some amazing views, appearing e...
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CHELSEA MILLER KNIVES

Brooklyn-based Chelsea Miller makes these beautiful kitchen knives from reclaimed horse-grooming tools. Chelseaīs father was a blacksmith and a carpenter, so she is used to working with her hands from an early age, she started making knifes in 2011 as a hobby, but they have since gained huge popularity and are now backordered 6 to 8 weeks. The bespoke Chelsea Miller Knives are handmade from reclaimed materials from her familyīs farm in Vermont. The one of a kind kni...
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