Lazy Susan Goatskin Lounge Chair

Modern design meets natural materials. Those elements make up this Lazy Susan Goatskin Lounge Chair. A worthy addition to any furniture set, the natural goat hide is as visually appealing as it is comfortable. It was crafted by hand using teak and is certain to be the first seat taken and talked about in any modern living space.

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    Its design may date back over 150 years, but it's built to last even longer than that. The Palermo Tripolina Chair has a thick vegetable-tanned saddle leather cover, dyed and stitched by hand in a small Buenos Aires workshop. Its robust wooden frame is likewise carved by hand from guindo wood and assembled with iron hardware. And the folding design lets you take its timeless style with you, whether it's to the campground, beach, or just the local park for a lazy afternoon picnic.

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    Ping pong is fun. But the table required — not to mention the room necessary for last-second diving saves — takes up a ton of space. The Pull-Pong Table aims to solve this problem by pulling double-duty. During normal hours, it masquerades as a long, eight-person dining table, but when it's time to play, the legs slide out, the top flips open, and with a few quick snaps of the net, it becomes a full-size ping pong table. Built in Denmark from Ash and plywood, steel, and polypropylene.

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