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Reclaimed Wood Patchwork Desk

"What We Make” handcraft beautiful reclaimed wood furniture from their shop just outside of Chicago. All of their furniture is built to last a lifetime, such as this gorgeous office desk made of old-growth wood harvested from torn down midwestern barns. It features hand welded steel legs and two shelves. No two pieces of wood used are alike, which makes your piece of handcrafted furniture one-of-a-kind. 



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ZENBIVY MODULAR SLEEPING BAG

Meet the Zenbivy Bed, dubbed the most comfortable backcountry sleeping bag. The innovative outdoor sleep system is designed to let you sleep like your bed at home, combining lightweight and warmth with the freedom to move naturally. Instead of the traditional single component, you get two: the base layer, which actually comes with a mummy-style hood that attaches to your mattress, and an oversize quilt with footbed that zips over top. The result is a sleeping bag th...
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MEERA HOUSE | BY GUZ ARCHITECTS | Image

MEERA HOUSE | BY GUZ ARCHITECTS

Guz architects, and their incredible homes, are no strangers to Bless This Stuff. We have already shown you the incredible lush Fish house and Tangga house. Now we bring to you the Meera house. Facing the coast of Singapore’s Sentosa Island, the Meera house is built around an open air stairwell that floods the house with tropical ocean breezes, allowing its resident to take full advantage of the Singapore’s spectacular climate. By: Tito Heiderer...
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CLOCKWORK PENCIL SHARPENER

This cool, old-fashioned pencil sharpener will make your pencil sharpening a breeze. It has the look of a traditional wind-up key for clockwork mechanisms and a work-shop-tool aesthetic. Great product to combat the relentless drive of technology and bring back the forgotten pencil. Get it in Europe here...
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