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For those who have everything: Skypak airline trolleys

Skypak airline trolleys have been restyled for use in the home.

The pleasures of flying commercial can now be yours at home. Skypak airline trolleys are the same slim, sturdy rolling carts that flight attendants swear by, only now they’ve been restyled for use in your “living room, bedroom, kitchen, or man cave.” The German company that’s introduced them to the consumer market offers a variety of interior fittings, from clothes drawers to wine racks. If you favor a bit of extravagance with your industrial chic, the exterior can be studded with Swarovski Elements crystals or plated with 24-karat gold. Merely having such a jet-set totem around, the manufacturer promises, will “give you itchy feet.”

From $1,771, skypak.de
Source: PostIntelligencer.com (Seattle)

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