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Modern Beds and Creative Bed Designs

Modern Beds and Creative Bed Designs
Collection of modern beds and creative bed designs from all over the world. Housefish Suspended Bed Creative suspended bed held by machined aluminum, stainless steel tension cables. The mattress platform is held completely rigid - it does not swing or sway. Float Bed $25,000 Float Bed by David Trubridge, a New Zealand designer. Sampon Daybed Outdoor Bed Amazing outdoor bed design from Lifeshop Collection. Floating Bed Chicago Floating Bed Chicago by Robert Bernstein - the four supporting cables at the corners of the bed go straight up vertically to the ceiling. Geometric Bed Ness faceted geometric bed by Jakob+MacFarlane. The Embrace Lounge Creative lounge by Lost Angeles based designer Tanya Aguiñiga. Tree Bed Creative $15,000 Tree bed by Shawn Lovell. Private Cloud Rocking Bed The Private Cloud is a patented rocking bed by German designer Manuel Kloker. Flotiform Bed Creative bed design. Sleeping Tube Futuristic two metre “sleeping tube”. Sunset Chaise Lounge Terminal 1 Daybed The Scoop Bed

10 Coat Hooks of Distinction If you’ve seen one coat hook, you’ve seen them all, right? Wrong. While your average coat hook may not get much of a reaction, we’ve compiled this gallery of ultra unique coat hooks of distinction – coat hooks that are far from average! 1. Tree Branches Bringing a dose of The Great Outdoors to the interior of your home, these repurposed tree branches turned rustic coat hooks are a really crafty use of Mother Nature’s free materials. 2. Speaking of the outdoors serving indoor purposes, even though these aren’t Mother Nature’s creations, these garden hose faucet handles are fun and colorful option for highly functional indoor coat hooks. 3. Although these unique hooks are constructed from pretty common glass soda and beer bottles, they’ve earned their distinction by being used in ways we never thought possible. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Area Rugs with a Purpose Area Rugs with a Purpose From Brittany Mauriss on November 20, 2009 in Flooring Are you ready for the coolest rugs you’ve ever seen? These pieces transcend all modes of convention to make a bold, albeit wacky, statement in your living room. #1 – Slice of the Great Outdoors Inspired by the cross-section of a tree, this rug has been constructed with “highly durable materials.” #2 – Aerial Wonderland It takes a village to raise this carpet to different heights. #3 – Comfort Food Not that you couldn’t tell, but “Double Bull’s Eye” by Valentina Audrito was inspired by an egg. #4 – Pure Squish These rugs look good enough to eat. #5 - Pieced Together If you feel like you’re missing a piece in your home décor, check out this design.

Bruno Torf Fantasy Garden Artist Bruno Torf created this sculpture garden as a permanent attraction in the small Victorian village of Marysville near Melbourne, Australia. The luscious sub-alpine forests of the surrounding areas were ideal for Bruno’s settings which consists of over three hundred paintings and sculptures. The garden started out with just fifteen life size terracotta sculptures but slowly grew to over one hundred and fifteen pieces on display. Check out 10 more pics of Bruno Torf fantasy garden after the jump. Source: Brunos Art Related Posts Beautiful Chinese Garden In Shanghai Stunning Fantasy Art By Takaki Final Fantasy Cosplay Pictures Final Fantasy The Sims Style Final Fantasy VII Advent Children DVD US Official Release Date Home Made Final Fantasy Video Final Fantasy XII Gets A Perfect Score From Famitsu Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core Ending CGI Final Fantasy Spirits Within Cast Thriller Final Fantasy XII Potion Commercial

DIY dresser round-up DIY dressers are a theme on the blog this month - check out mine here! so on trend, i had to post a round-up of these DIY’d dressers that i found on – a fantastic site for upcycling projects. this first one is ikat print… which i love! you know how i love to decoupage! love this chevron print dresser and i love those giant knobs! love love this rustic look. this would be great in a Restoration Hardware inspired interior if you paired this with a chandelier near-by – rustic meets luxe. and those rope pulls remind me of the Decorating with Rope post i did a while back. full tutorial for this dresser here. Ikea hacks are the best! gift wrap! geometric design. painter’s tape creates a nifty look! two half circles in bright shades. outlines of clothes makes for a cute and modern look love this idea of using colored chalkboard paint! and last but not least, a dresser is where you keep your ‘stache! all photos via ScrapHacker – find out more info on each DIY here

The Nikon S60. Detects up to 12 faces Advertising Agency: Euro RSCG, Singapore via melted crayon art | Mr. Kate all images via Meg Duerksen how amazing is this!? found this DIY and photos on Whatever by Meg Duerksen. i have to make one of these! so easy! all you need is: a white canvashot glueblow dryera couple boxes of wax crayons do it: pick your colors and glue the crayons to the top of the canvas – tips facing downheat up the crayons to their melting point with a blow dryer set hot and highwatch the art come alive 15 Most Bizarre, Exotic and Amazing Houses Top 15 Most Amazing & Exotic Houses in the World Article by Steph, filed under Houses & Residential in the Architecture category. Little boxes on the hillside aren’t for everyone. While some people might be content with a cookie-cutter home in a bland suburban neighborhood, others create truly one-of-a-kind homes with incredibly imaginative shapes and materials. Bart Prince House – Albuquerque, New Mexico (images via: Architect Bart Prince is renowned for his incredibly creative approach to designing structures. Dar al Hajar – Yemen (images via: Travel Adventures) This striking rock palace is not a hotel or a museum. Bubble House – Tourettes-sur-Loup, France (image via: Wikimedia Commons + Freaky Martin) The ‘bubble house’ of Tourrettes-sur-Loup, France, is only 35 years old and has yet to be finished, but that hasn’t stopped the French ministry of culture from listing it as a historic monument. Wooden Skyscraper – Arkhangelsk, Russia (images via: The Telegraph + English Russia)

Home Rejuvenation (by KNQ Associates): WONDERWALLS: A COLLECTION OF UNIQUELY BEAUTIFUL WALL DESIGNS Traditionally, people have all decorated bare walls with paintings or pictures, and found themselves quite out of any other creative ideas to fill those empty spots .But the sky's the limit when it comes to dressing up the walls. Thinking out of the box and experimenting with different materials can often bring about unexpected surprises. Good ones, I mean. Sticking stuff onto walls used to be a pastime of kids and teenagers. Avant-garde Japanese design firm Super Potato obviously hates the word 'conventional'. CPUs on the wall, anyone? Don't throw away that Evian bottle just yet. Art and commerce come together in some 48 rooms at Arte Luise Kunsthotel. Stan

GREEN WEEKEND GETAWAY: Linda Aldredge’s Treehouse If you head north from New York City and hang a left on Route 28 up near Woodstock you’ll find yourself on a very scenic drive through Catskill State Park. Verdant hills dotted with lakes and ponds seem to roll on forever in between the forested mountain tops. It is here, up in the trees, that Linda Aldredge, the owner of LuLu Organics, built her weekend getaway. We came across Linda’s blog about her experience in the woods via a profile of her friends on The Selby. We immediately thought that Inhabitat readers would appreciate Linda’s treehouse as not only a sustainable shelter, but as a reminder of how functional and rewarding small and simple can be. How did you come upon the idea of building a treehouse? The idea was actually my friend Su Barber’s. I was also really inspired by the Handmade Houses books published in the 70′s. What were the requirements/ restraints of the plan? Money was the biggest restraint, my original budget was $12k and for the most part we stuck to that. Yes!