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Deck Chair | By Bernhard Burkard

Clever, simple design by Swiss studio Bernhard Burkard. The minimal Curt Deck Chair has no back legs, it was designed to lean against a wall or rails in a flat angle like a ladder, itīs two diagonal legs with anti-slip coated feet assure the chair stays in place, making it perfectly safe and comfortable to sit. All you have to do is place your confidence in physics...

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BACKYARD OFFICES | BY INOUTSIDE

Inoutside is an Australian company that specializes in pre-fabricated backyard offices. The way we work nowadays is changing, with more people choosing to work from home thanks to advances in computer and networking technology. The new concept of live/work space is starting to become very popular, and "Inoutside" offer some small contemporary solutions that are perfect for a backyard office. The modern outdoor rooms are prefabricated and built using only natural gre...
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PORTABLE GEL FIREPLACE

The modern loft indoor/outdoor portable fireplace is an eye catching piece. It features two floating panels held in place by a brushed nickel base that houses up to 3 cans of FireGlo gel fuel. When not in use you can replace the fuel cans with decorative candles....
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Wall-Mounted Kindling Splitter

The ingenious Stikkan is a wall-mounted Norwegian wood splitter that mounts on the wall to make instant kindling so you don’t have to go outside. The clever hand-tool is used to make kindling easily and safely, simply attach it to a wall beside a wood stove, fireplace or in a wood shed, place the log into one of the bracket notches, and lower the steel cutting wedge to produce a nearly effortless kindling supply. When not in use, an included safety ring slips over t...
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