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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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BREED RETREAT CHICKEN COOP | Image

BREED RETREAT CHICKEN COOP

Raise your own chicken, with your own coop! The Breed Retreat Chicken Coop lets you keep your own chickens in your backyard so you can get tastier, sustainable and healthier farm grown eggs. A wonderfully designed house for your henīs pleasure and delight, so they can breed and retreat, in comfort and harmony. This sleek coop is built in wood, and finished in black with a special coating to ensure durability and wear resistance. With a minimal look, featuring clean ...
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VALDES ISLAND SHACK

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V4 HOUSE | BY MARCIO KOGAN | Image

V4 HOUSE | BY MARCIO KOGAN

This has to be one of the most amazing properties we have come across this year. The "V4 House" in Sao Paulo - Brazil, was designed by renown Architect Marcio Kogan. The main feature is the lack of walls, making the interior flow effortlessly onto the lush outside environment. The stunning property has not gone unnoticed in the architectural world, it has been nominated under the House category of the 2012 World Architecture Festival. Other breathtaking houes...
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