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  • Craft Design Technology
     
    December 1st, 2015
     
    What do you get the pickiest of design aficionados? Any item from Craft Design Technology, that's what. How could you not fall head over heels for a collection of high…
     
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  • Floating Forest by Michael Anastassiades
     
    November 3rd, 2015
     
    Ah, thank goodness, you can now stop your search, for I've found you the perfect gift for any discerning modernist/minimalist. Each Floating Forest piece by Michael Anastassiades is composed of…
     
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  • Manual Coffeemaker
     
    October 15th, 2015
     
    Talk about slowing down to enjoy the brew, this Manual Coffeemaker will force you to do just that. The double-walled Borosilicate glass shell keeps in heat while sitting upon a…
     
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  • Sasso Serving Trays
     
    September 23rd, 2015
     
    It's a large, flat wooden serving tray, so what's the big deal? As is often the case, the big deal is in the smallest of details. A pebble-like shape finishes…
     
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  • Mindful Dock
     
    August 12th, 2015
     
    How can you concentrate with all those texts and notifications? In the past 20 minutes I've received no less than 5 texts, and I'm not even all that popular. The…
     
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  • One Off Goods by Dino Sanchez
     
    August 3rd, 2015
     
    You're super picky, so one-of-a-kind leather accessories might just suit your style. Dino Sanchez offers a small collection of individually made items- no two pieces will be alike. Laptop sleeves,…
     
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  • Cube Collection from Tom Dixon
     
    July 28th, 2015
     
    Strategic placement of these office tools will signal to the world that you mean business, as the heavy cube-like tools don't mess around. They're functional, of course, but they're also…
     
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  • Edyn Garden Sensor
     
    July 2nd, 2015
     
    Have you heard the hype around the Edyn Garden Sensor? It's now available to purchase, and those of us with gardens are pretty damn excited. The Edyn is a solar-powered…
     
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  • Terracotta Funnel by Grain
     
    June 29th, 2015
     
    Why do you need a Terracotta Funnel? Beats me, but I know I'd use it for moving my matcha latte from a mixing bowl into a coffee cup, similar to…
     
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  • Menu Grow Pot with Wooden Board
     
    June 15th, 2015
     
    More plant-related paraphernalia for you, but this time the item on show is specifically for the herbs or flowers kept indoors on a windowsill. Set off by an oak plank…
     
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  • Double Octahedron Ring Planter from Eric Trine
     
    June 8th, 2015
     
    There's a Double Octahedron Ring Planter and I'm not going to tell you about it? Puh-lease. Technically these planter rings from Eric Trine are on pre-order, so you can't have…
     
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  • Bushel Brush by Fredericks & Mae
     
    June 2nd, 2015
     
    Let's feast our eyes on the Bushel Brushes by Fredericks & Mae. Are they weird and wonderful? Yes. May you use them for practical things like cleaning? Indeed, you may.…
     
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  • Outline
     
    May 27th, 2015
     
    An entirely new measuring tool that combines three in one is just the thing to reduce desktop disarray. Matching silhouettes of traditional rulers is how Tomas Kral created Outline, and…
     
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  • Feather Pillowcases by Kiki Smith
     
    April 8th, 2015
     
    Maybe you can't afford an original piece of art by Kiki Smith, but you can probably set aside $80 for pillowcases... if you really, really like Smith's work, that is…
     
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  • Senz Windproof Umbrella
     
    March 25th, 2015
     
    In preparation for the upcoming April showers, let's ask ourselves this: do we have a decent umbrella? And, by 'decent' I mean one that won't upturn at a gust of…
     
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