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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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BLACK PLAYING CARDS | BY BALANCE WU DESIGN | Image

BLACK PLAYING CARDS | BY BALANCE WU DESIGN

Balance Wu Design have created an unconventional deck of cards, a black on black deck of playing cards! The original deck of cards features some cool face card designs and will undoubtedly make your next late night poker session pitch black. The cards feature a clean minimal design and are made of nice sturdy material, great gift idea....
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SWAY ROCKING CHAIR | BY MARKUS KRAUSS | Image

SWAY ROCKING CHAIR | BY MARKUS KRAUSS

This is awesome, a rocking chair big enough for two. Designed by Markus Strauss, this beautiful piece of furniture is a rocking chair with a padded seat and a steel frame strong enough to hold two comfortably. It features a telescope mechanism that locks the Sway so it can be used as a chair. Via our friends at gessato blog...
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LONGBRANCH CABIN

The stunning Longbranch Cabin is our latest dream retreat, a 240 square meter weekend house nestled into a dense forest, near the small community of Longbranch, Washington. Designed by renown architect Jim Olson of Seattle-based architectural studio Olson Kundig, the dream home is raised on stilts and nestled amidst the towering fir trees of an ancient forest. It was built on a hillside that faces south and looks across a serene body of water. The combination of sev...
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