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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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BELL JAR LIGHT

We all have cherished objects, favorite collectibles, and treasured items we canīt bear to part with, many have no real function or value, but we keep them because we love them. Similar to a piece of art in a museum, the Bell Jar Light finally puts our cherished pieces in the spotlight, letting you show off your curiosities while keeping them from dust and grubby hands. The hand blown glass dome sits on a painted wooden base, and a USB-powered LED lightsource at the...
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MTNGLO TENTS

The mtnGLO Collection by Big Agnes is a series of tents and accessories designed to light up your camp and backcountry experience. All tents feature LED lights integrated into the tent body that light up at the click of a button, they are bright enough for you to sort gear, play cards, change clothes, or simply get up in the middle of the night without blinding your tent mate with a bright beam of light. The small switch box works with three AAA batteries and will g...
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DESKTOP JELLYFISH TANK

Jellyfish are fascinating creatures, hypnotizing to watch, but home aquariums could not have them as they would be sucked into the water filtration system. With this in mind, student Alex Andon, began to develop an adapter for tanks to make them jellyfish friendly. The creatures themselves are not harmful to humans and can be purchased for $39 a unit at Jellyfish Art website. Light is provided by a LED lamp, and the color can be changed using a remote cont...
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