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Cassette tape coffee table

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Nothing says classy nostalgia more than a giant novelty cassette coffee table.

This hipster homewear is the work of American design trio TAYBLES, three young entrepreneurs for whom classic cassettes and mix tapes clearly made a big impression.

Customers can customise their own TAYBLES, choosing from a selection of stains, colours and graphics. You can even have your own mix name scrawled over the finished product.

Just think, in 20 year's time we could be sitting around enlarged USB sticks sipping on our mocha frappé lattes reminiscing about Facebook and DVD players.

(Images: TAYBLES)

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