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Woolsey Ping Pong Table

The Woolsey Ping Pong Table is not just another option to practice the game, in fact it enables you to keep practicing this fun activity but in a much more stylish way, turning the otherwise not so good looking table into a fine piece of furniture. Itīs built with great craftsmanship and made using noble resources such as sugar maple and solid black walnut wood. It also comes with a set of paddles made from the exact same materials. The other great feature is that the powder coated steel net can easily be removed turning the playing table into a dinner one so that the fun can keep going on in other terms.



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HORIZONTAL SHOWER | BY DORNBRACHT | Image

HORIZONTAL SHOWER | BY DORNBRACHT

Tired of waking up early to take a morning shower? Now you can continue napping in the shower. Swiss company Dornbracht has developed a new way to bathe: an horizontal shower! The structure is secured to the wall and has a roof filled with water jets that bathe the user. To provide an even greater level of relaxation, the system uses a shower called Ambiance Tuning Technique, which allows to program different temperature and water flow. Watch th video...
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PETPEEK | WINDOW FOR YOUR FENCE | Image

PETPEEK | WINDOW FOR YOUR FENCE

If your dog is stuck in the backyard all day long, unable to see the movement on the street, he needs the PetPeek! A transparent plastic window that allows your best friend a view of the outside world. The PetPeek window is a durable, clear, hard acrylic dome 9.5 inches in diameter, with a black trim-ring and all necessary hardware for easy DIY installation into your wooden or vinyl fence....
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LOOKOUT HOUSE | BY IKE KLIGERMAN BARKLEY ARCHITECTS | Image

LOOKOUT HOUSE | BY IKE KLIGERMAN BARKLEY ARCHITECTS

Stunning renovation by Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects studio, a house originally from 1979 located in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Besides the renovation, an extension has been done to the house itself. The main feature has to be the amazing open space indoor swimming pool. The house has renewable materials like bamboo floors and eco-friendly paints and finishes....
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