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  • IKEA | Coffee & side tables | Coffee tables | LACK | Coffee table IKEA | Coffee & side tables | Coffee tables | LACK | Coffee table - Photo

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    • roguedesigns

      Who doesn't have a LACK table? I prefer the larger one as it seems a bit sturdier, but my twee little overcrowded living room will not accommodate this bigger one so I have the one a size smaller. A word of caution: these inexpensive tables were not made to stand up to a lot of abuse (be that acting as a dining table, foot rest or dancefloor). But for price and functionality, you really can't go wrong when you're on a budget and this isn't your forever furniture.


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  • Bookshelves and bookcases built from discarded hardcover books by Jim Rosenau : eco-artware Bookshelves and bookcases built from discarded hardcover books by Jim Rosenau : eco-artware - Photo

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    • szlea

      Jim Rosenau rescues discarded hardback books from imminent destruction and transforms them into bookshelves and bookcases. Because the book supply varies, no two shelves are alike. The lumber inside his bookshelves comes from discarded futon frames and other salvage.


  • Playhouse Hideaway Bookshelves Playhouse Hideaway Bookshelves - Photo

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    • mwilemon

      Children love to entertain, and the Playhouse Hideaway Bookshelves is perfect for those inspiring actors. It opens to a stage like playhouse and it also has bookshelves attached to the side so your little one can recite his favorite story.


  • Book Bookshelves Book Bookshelves - Photo

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    • mwilemon

      I love interesting nursery decor. The Book Bookshelves are a piece to talk about and will make the nursery look amazing.


  • Custom bookshelves by Bookwalls Custom bookshelves by Bookwalls - Photo

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    • BunnyShop

      Some day when I'm rich and own, say, a beach bungalow, I'm going to have an entire room in my house decorated like a library room—and obviously the key element will be walls of custom-built bookshelves, from someone like Bookwalls.


  • Railroad Tie Bookshelves Railroad Tie Bookshelves - Photo

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    • megest77

      My father was a train engineer. He would love these bookshelves made from railroad ties. The warped and used wood has a ton of character from having some many trains rolling over the tracks.


  • The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot, Barnes & Noble The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot, Barnes & Noble - Photo

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    • jadendoe01

      Another sad and chilling tail of our "great" country that should be read. Her name was Henrietta Lacks but scientists know her as HeLa. She was a poor Southern tobacco farmer who worked the same land as her slave ancestors, yet her cells — taken without her knowledge — HeLa cells were vital for developing the polio vaccine; uncovered secrets of cancer, viruses, and the atom bomb’s effects; helped lead to important advances like in vitro fertilization, cloning, and gene mapping; and have been bought and sold by the billions. Yet Henrietta Lacks remains virtually unknown, buried in an unmarked grave...


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    • Chris

      Gather round on chairs with Shaker-like simplicity and a blissful lack of ornamentation. Your choice of medium- or high-back models (three or four rung) in oil-rubbed white oak (shown) or walnut.


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    • susaneckert

      Watching movies is the only thing that keeps me on the treadmill.


  • Habitus Architectural Finishes Habitus Architectural Finishes - Photo

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    • Chris

      Self-proclaimed design fanatic Amy Tanenbaum opened Habitus Architectural Finishes this past January, after years in the stone business. "We’re not reinventing the materials," she says of the new endeavor, "but looking for alternative ways to use them." Cork fabric traditionally used for shoes and handbags, Tanenbaum found a way to make it luxurious enough for upholstery. Other highlights: Imurazzi Mosaics, an Italian ceramic tile machine-cut into irregular trapezoidal shapes; cork mosaic penny tiles; ProntoKorq floor and wall panels available in 30 colors; and rustic Italian marble, travertine and sandstone sinks. Tanenbaum’s showroom is located in her five-story Harlem brownstone--which she is completely renovating with top-to-bottom Habitus finishes.


  • Bugaboo Frog Stroller Bugaboo Frog Stroller - Photo

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    • laracoffmantosher

      Everything modern design should aspire to: functional, simple, innovative, aesthetic, customizable, durable


  • Zimarelli Underwear Zimarelli Underwear - Photo

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    • bobroll

      They are the finest Swiss made undergarments in the world today. The tightness of the weave, quality of construction and lack of elastic equals pure comfort.


  • Apple Display Apple Display - Photo

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    • revolutionarygirl

      If you're any kind of graphic or web designer, it is a must have. I am in love with my one at work and am trying to figure out how to rationalize one for my personal use.


  • Porsche Boxster S Porsche Boxster S - Photo

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    • djeasyg

      I debated for a while before recommending this. Did not want people to think I was showing off. But I do really like my S Boxster, and I highly recommend it for those who are considering a two-seater convertible. It drives well and qualifies for two-people carpooling in the Bay Area (normally 3 people required unless you have a 2-seater). It's not an outrageously expensive car, so you get your money's worth. It does lack all fancy gizmos inside though, which bugs my wife quite a bit.


  • Kombucha Wonder Drink Kombucha Wonder Drink - Photo

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    • lizbarker

      Kombucha is a fermented tea that's got lots of probiotics (healthy bacteria that keep your digestive system nice and happy) and is said to bring you great longevity, inner serenity and incisive mental clarity. I also find that it's more effective than a Coke Slurpee for getting rid of hangovers. My favorite flavor's the Asian Pear Ginger.


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    • karenbass

      Keeps me connected and is my virtual office


  • Tour Master Road Boots Tour Master Road Boots - Photo

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    • mikeschulte

      What they lack in vintage vibe, they more than make up for in comfort. Light and rigid, you can wear these all day, like your favorite pair of hightops.


  • Ubuntu: Linux for human beings Ubuntu: Linux for human beings - Photo

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    • esh

      The best Linux distribution I have ever used. - Easy to install - Easy to maintain - All modern server and desktop software I need in easy to install packages - Current yet stable (how do they do it?) - Seamless upgrades to newer releases - Brown is my favorite color Remember that "this is going to be love" feeling you had when Red Hat came out? and how quickly you lost it? Ubuntu has remained faithful and keeps that feeling alive. I run Ubuntu on my desktop. I run Ubuntu on web servers (Apache of course), email servers (Postfix of course), database servers (MySQL of course), and all other kinds of servers. It's easy to try.