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September 26, 2012

Emu Ivy Pouf

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Wrote Katie Hagar on Better Living Through Design,

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"What's so special about an upside-down wire basket? Well, for starters, it's not an upside-down wire basket: it's a seat/ottoman/side table and light. The small grey bar on the top is a solar panel which powers five LED lights that illuminate the under table at night."

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• Outdoor grade powder coat finish in Turquoise, White, or Orange

• Orange webbed nylon loop handle

• Bottom diameter: 20.75"

• Height: 15.75"

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$759.

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If you want some snazzy lights in your yard for way cheap (but I wouldn't try to sit or play cards on them), get some mesh trash cans & cover them with colored tissue paper - you can use small gauge colored bubble wrap, too; turn them upside down over cheapo LED flashlights set in clear glasses to hold upright, and boom - par-tay lights, I see the par-tay lights... You don't have to use mesh trash cans, use clear bowls or anything clear that can be covered with tissue paper & lit from underneath - you can get great eerie effects with all kinds of different stuff (I'm thinking Halloween, of course). Tissue paper is a great light diffuser. You're just screwed if it rains.

Posted by: Flautist | Sep 27, 2012 12:51:27 AM

cheap at twice the price

Posted by: sherlock | Sep 26, 2012 10:32:54 PM

Yeah. It's all relative to a person's desire, isn't it?

Posted by: Kay | Sep 26, 2012 3:34:14 PM

Ah, the great mystery of value and price.

I have long believed, and will continue to do so until a better formulation appears, that something is worth precisely what someone else is willing to pay for it.

Not a penny more.

Not a penny less.

Ask a person dying of thirst what is the value of that spectacular diamond ring they're wearing.

And would they be willing to swap even up for a glass of water?

nuf sed

Posted by: bookofjoe | Sep 26, 2012 1:52:42 PM

I repeat: SEVen HUNdred and so forth DOLLARS?

Posted by: Kay | Sep 26, 2012 1:46:24 PM

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