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Korgis Record Bookshelf

The Korgis Record Bookshelf was designed for those who treasure their classic vinyl records but want to blend them with other stuff they like to keep organized in your living-room. Created by Mitz Takahashi it has a certain vintage cool look that it gets from the aesthetically great combo of walnut wood and the brass metal legs. You can customize the drawers and shelves to your taste, add more or less of them to best fit your storage needs. With a simple and minimal look, of 3x3 symmetrical openings this stunning piece can really take your room to another level of good taste.



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ROCKER GARLIC CRUSHER | BY JOSEPH JOSEPH | Image

ROCKER GARLIC CRUSHER | BY JOSEPH JOSEPH

We love a good practical kitchen utensil, especially if it is well designed. Besides beautiful, the Rocker garlic crusher, is very practical. According to the inventor you crush the garlic, throw it in the pan without waste and when time comes to wash your hands, just rub them on the back of the utensil and the smell of garlic disappears! Other cool kitchen utensils we have featured: Citrus Squeezer, Fridge magnet bottle opener, Puzzleboard  ...
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HOME BASKETBALL ARCADE GAME

A trip down nostalgia lane... you probably remember spending hours throwing miniature basketballs into the local arcade machine, well, you can now play the classic "beat the clock" free-throw basketball game at home! The Pop-A-Shot brings basketball arcade action to your home, the popular game makes for a great competition and is always a big hit at parties. You can choose from 10 different games from the classic 1-on-1 competition to individual skill challenges, fo...
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UNDERPASS STUDIO WORKSPACE

This furniture designer has built a studio under a bridge! Fernando Abellanas, who makes furniture under the label Lebrel, has transformed the underside of a concrete bridge in Valencia (Spain) into a hidden workspace as a response to the urban space shortage. He built this structure in the greatest secrecy perched at several meters of altitude, accessed only by a platform, which he operates with the aid of a crank. The platform moves from one side of the bridge to ...
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