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Unique Finds Jan 2011

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Newest Tommy Bahama Lamp from Wildwood

This new addition to the Tommy Bahama Collection from Wildwood Lamps embodies luxurious tropical living. Made from natural wood and woven cane, the island-inspired lamp is topped with a casual linen shade and geometric wood finial.

wildwoodlamps.com

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V-MODA Headphones

Your headphones should be as unique as your style and your music. Dubbed “hearwear,” V-MODA has launched the world’s first line of color metal fashion headphones. Crossfade LP headphones are over-the-ear and feature a lightweight metal and fabric design.With the Crossfade LP, music lovers experience a sophisticated headphone with a true fashion-forward look.

v-moda.com

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Bugaboo Bee Stroller

Compact yet complete for parents who live life on the fly, Bugaboo answers the call of the modern, mobile parent with the easy and nimble Bugaboo Bee that grows with your child from newborn to toddler. When space is at a premium, the one-piece, foldable Bugaboo Bee delivers.

bugaboo.com

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POÄNG Chair from IKEA

Frame of layer-glued, bent beechwood provides high flexibility and comfort. High back gives great support to the neck. Easy to keep clean with a removable, machine washable cover. Extra cushions are available for variation and renewal.

ikea.com/us

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Antique Mason Jars from Europe2You

In the tiny villages dotting the Hungarian countryside every household had an assortment of these wide mouth jars.  The villagers put them to use toward the end of the summer harvest to store and ferment fruits and vegetables for the cold winter season ahead.

europe2you.com


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