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Restoration Hardware Aviator Collection Brings Flight Home

Restoration Hardware Aviator Collection

The Restoration Hardware “Aviator Collection” is a new line of furniture that recalls the sleek design of aviation’s Golden Age, with coordinating pieces that feature gleaming, handcrafted metal and supple aged leather, pairing old and new to masterful effect.

With everything from chairs and desks to end tables and sofas, it’s all you’ll need to relive those fantasies of dog-fighting in a bi-plane that you had as a kid, only this time you’ll be doing it from the comfort and safety of your (well decorated) home office.

[Restoration Hardware - Aviator Collection]

…It’s Things Thursday: Deckstool?

Deckstool

Jason Podlaski takes broken skateboard decks and turns them into unique pieces of furniture called Deckstools.

Each Deckstool is made from recycled skateboard parts, and “the scrapes and scars on the decks create beautiful patterns over the original skateboard artwork”.

The stools are even assembled using original skateboard trucks for hardware, giving them an extra bit of authenticity and leaving nothing to waste. Plus, since each one is made using a used and broken board, each one is a unique and limited edition run of one.

[Deckstool]

…It’s Things Thursday: Meninos Lamp Shades?

Meninos Lamp Shade

Give your pad some geeked-out style with square Lamp Shades from Meninos.

Options include an F1/F2 shade, a metro map shade, optical illusion shades, a pig shade, an RSS shade, and even a CMYK shade.

Plus, they’re simple and chic so you don’t need to worry about where you put them or how to show them off. Just hang them from the ceiling and be done with it.

[Meninos - Lamp Shades]

…Nottage Design makes a pool table from the future?

Nottage Design G-1 Pool Table

The Nottage Design G-1 Pool Table is easily the coolest, most unique and most futuristic pool table around.

It features a transparent playing area with a glass top and a patented Vitrik resin playing surface that allows the balls to roll like a regular pool ball, just without the need for felt.

At around $25,000 it’s definitely not cheap, but if your evil villain lab’s game room is not yet complete, it’s a small price to pay for awesome.

[Nottage Design]

[Via: Born Rich]