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You can create beautiful drawings and discover your hidden potential. Mandalas are used to connect the spirit, offering… more info
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Bring on the doodles!Zen doodle, that is! In Zen Doodle: Tons of Tangles, you'll find gorgeous images of the best… more info
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(Technical Reference). In his first book, The Daily Adventures of Mixerman, the author detailed the frustrating and… more info
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Gustie Herrigel describes the underlying Zen symbolism in the Japanese art of flower arranging, ikebana. The act of… more info
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The Selby Is in Your Place was conceived when Todd Selby began taking portraits of creative people in their homes,… more info
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The eye behind Chanel's image, photographer Jacques Helleu has given tangible shape to the brand's mystique for 40… more info
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Simple in its design with a basic seat shape and stainless steel rod legs, the Carina Y leather counter stool. The… more info
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Simple in its design with a basic seat shape and stainless steel rod legs, the Carina Y leather counter stool. The… more info
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Or How To Paint When You Don't Know How . . . Have you ever wished you could paint your own masterpiece? What better… more info
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Author/photographer Mark Thomson delves into the history of rare trades - and the lives of the tradesmen who preserve… more info
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Set of 4 - Miura Designer Stool - Konstantin Grcic Reproduction - White Only from Milan Direct more info
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Solid Wood construction Use it as a seat, a side table, or a design feature Flip it over and use either side, they’re… more info
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LEM Bar Stool By Tomoko Azumi -Leather Replica Only from HomeQ more info
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Whether it's a bar, restaurant or right at home in the kitchen, wet bar, or game room, these handsome Bar Chair Stools… more info
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ErgoBaby Organic Carriers Durable certified organic cotton canvas outer with 400 threads per inch, certified organic… more info
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This scaled-down grand piano and stool are almost too cute for words! Designed to help spark imaginative play as well… more info
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