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Boomerang Chair | By Kurt Dexel

The "Boomerang Chair" was designed by Kurt Dexel founder of "Dexel Crafted", he designs beautiful, clean, and modern crafted furniture. This chair is a marvel of sharp lines and angles, crafted from black walnut, eastern maple, and leather. Check out his website for the rest of his awesome collection.



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BAREBONES PULASKI AXE

Barebones have introduced the beautiful Pulaski Axe. Inspired by tools used by woodland firefighters, the tool features a head made from 1055 high carbon steel, which combines an axe and an adze. Inside the Beech wood handle runs a solid steel core that secures the head with a tightening hex bolt and connects it to the steel pommel end. This helps you maneuver easily around rooting and trenching. The Pulaski also comes with a leather sheath. Learn more from Ba...
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METIS DESK

Metis Desk is an elegant piece of furniture designed by Wewood Studio, made from solid wood, with storage room inside divided by several compartments, three drawers, two lidded sections and leather accessories to keep supplies organized. Its compartments feature openings and simple special spots to keep cables or chargers in order. Metis Desk was also thought so that it could be used on both sides, so you can work with another person simultaneously. Built with fine ...
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MINI MATERIALS

Mini Materials is like Lego, but with real materials! You can now channel your inner architect with these brilliant mini building materials, use stuff such as cinder blocks (made from real cement), bricks (made from real terra cotta), wooden palettes and wooden planks, even concrete mix to bring everything together and build some cracking looking constructions. The only thing holding you back is your own imagination. All the materials are 1/12 scale and available no...
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