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Make a Big Splash: Clear Glass Tub Boston Home Magazine

Make a Big Splash: Clear Glass Tub Boston Home Magazine
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Top 10: Shelves And Shelving I recall an infomercial a few years back for a little plastic triangle that stuck in a corner, between two walls, to make a small corner shelf. I don’t remember the exact name of the product, but I do remember that the commercial exhausted all the obvious self/shelf puns: “shelf esteem,” “shelf confidence,” “shelf defense,” “shelf-employed,” etc., etc. So I’ll forgo the obvious opportunities this topic offers for shelf-referential humor and just get down to business. How-To: Turn Shelf Fungi Into Actual Shelves Bookshelf From Old Books How-To: Make Tetris Shelves How-To: Make an Invisible Bookshelf How-To: Build Your Own Secret Bookshelf Door Shelf Made From Back Issues of National Geographic Circular Bookshelf Perfect for Storing Philosophy Texts Ikea Hack Bookshelf Bench Sad Bookshelf is Sad… Shelf Pod is Both Bibliophile’s and Cat’s Dream House Did I miss a good one? Related

Lost & Found: Comfy Chair Cushioned with Built-In Storage Lighters, keys, coins … cushioned chairs and couches are notorious for nomming all kinds of things that slip out of our pockets or otherwise get left behind and slide into the cracks. This design simply celebrates that existing phenomena, like a giant-sized pin cushion. It may come as no surprised that this clever-but-boxy furniture piece was developed by architectural designers (of Daisuke Motogi Architecture), who have a knack for exposing and expanding uses for classic furnishing types. Pixel-like pads cover the entire surface of the seat both inside and out, forming slots in which one can accidentally drop a small item or intentionally stick a book, magazine, remote and more. Cleaning this piece would not be trivial, but for those who enjoy the occasional boredom-induced, couch-cushion treasure hunt, who knows what you might find that you or someone else left behind.

15 Amazing Chair Designs Creative and unusual chairs made by the world’s most talented designers. Laundry Chair Multifunctional chair with integrated laundry bag for your clothing. [link] Shadow Chair Gravity defying chair with two legs is supported by a metal shadow. Pencil Chair Oyster Chair When folded it is a cushion, when unfolded it a comfortable chair. Walrus Chair Tube Chair Unusual chair made out of tubes by talented designer Tom Price. Corner Chairs Sugar Chair Candy inspired chair made out of pure sugar by Pieter Brenner. Silhouette Chair Modern chair designed to be easily transformable into a bench. Rhino Chair Silk Chair Chair consists of silk thread tightened around a bearing oak frame. Mini Cooper Chair David Gawthorpe transformed front end of a real car into a chair. Bamboo Chair Tea ceremony chair made by Japanese designer Hiroki Takada. Melting Chair Unique chair by Philipp Aduatz designed to look like it is melting. Inception Chair Amazing chair by Vivian Chiu is made out of ten smaller chairs.

Space Saving ‘Tulip’ Shower Blooms into a Luxury Bathtub Some apartment bathrooms are just not big enough to fit a full- or even half-size tub, unless one considers the extra space already required for standing and walking. This clever flip-down solution makes room for lying down in the bath, but retracts when not in use. The (Tulip) name was derived by Piotr Pyrtek from the way in which the unit seems to blossom open, as well as the tulip’s versatility in the world of plants. When upright, the enclosure prevents splashing and contains steam for showering. When flipped open, the vertical portion provides a place to lean against along the back surface. Luxuries are not lost despite the small footprint of this pod within the larger layout – high-powered massagers, underwater jets and other digitally-controlled bathing bonuses are all part of the experience.

Cradle Chair: Big Basket Seat Rocks Adults Gently to Sleep There is no escaping those innate and early-learned associations – for some, it means sleeping to gentle noises on planes, and for others, the act of rocking tilts us softly into a deep slumber. Richard Clarkson and company wanted to create a kind of low-tech, sensory-deprivation, sofa-style seat where one can curl up and forget the workaday worries of ordinary life … and perhaps even doze over before you notice you are slowly falling asleep. While there is art and craft in this object, there is science that went into its design as well. For all its theoretical complexity, the final form looks quite simple (and extremely comfortable).

Hug Chair by Ilian Milinov A Chair for Clingy Lovers If you’ve ever had someone sit in your lap, you know that 15 minutes is about the max your legs can handle. It’s really not fair. The Hug chair brings simple design and human gesture together for that extra time you want to sit with your significant other. When you’re away from your special someone the extra seat doubles as a convenient space, perfect for catching up on video chat. Designer: Ilian Milinov 10 Scrap Refabs: Vintage Reupholstery with Colorful Fabric Forget fabric stores – some antiques are just too boring to bother re-covering with traditional patterns. These hodgepodge pieces use patchwork scraps to create fresh new themes within stodgy old frameworks. (Re)fabric(ation) can be fun. Design by Leftovers takes old and often overly-ornate furnishings that would hardly fit in a modern home, and remakes them to look creative, contemporary and strangely more timeless. While there seems to be much mixing going on, there is a clear set of methods within the madness – each found piece of fabric is stitched into a new whole in a way that is clearly conscious of what appears around it in terms of colors and patterns. Old velvet slipcovers, vinyl patches, leather panels and more are paired for reupholstering with carved-wood chairs and couches, much of which may have vintage appeal but, save for such interventions, is otherwise destined to become discount furniture beyond repair.

DIY: Furniture Makeovers I'm obsessed with making-over old, worn out furniture. It's amazing how almost any old piece can be totally transformed with new paint, hardware and a little imagination! Here are three examples from Ladies Home Journal...click here to read the entire article. Out-dated side table with stone top transformed into a bright and cheerful accent piece! *First they removed the hardware and stone top, sanded the table all over, and applied a coat of primer. *They cut a length of seagrass wallpaper to fit the inset and topped it with a pane of 1/4-inch glass. Old dresser transformed into a chic sideboard with plenty of storage! *They gave the whole piece a light sanding, a coat of primer, and two coats of semigloss latex paint in a pale blue shade on the outside and a deeper blue inside for contrast. *To dress up the doors, they picked out a pair of modern nickel pulls. *Click here to read the details on how they transformed the inside...

100 Creative Furniture inShare19 In this roundup you will find some stunning, creative and unique furniture design ideas. Some of them really look awesome. So, re-think before you scrap anything because it could be a good material for making an exclusive furniture. Advertisement 100 Creative Furniture: Reloaded We have already presented to your attention a collection of 100 Creative Furniture. Fridge concept on Industrial Design Served Fridge concept Outside surface of the fridge looks like compositionwith right and clear geometry. There is light on the doors, that also showswhen the fridge is on. When the door is open light is switching on and off.In this project all elements have new places. Thefirst new thing is an inclined triangle shelf for comfortable keeping the bottlesthere. In this way cellar can be created, or it can be just a place for juice.The next new thing is a movable shelf.

Coolest Inventions Now days ~ Chulbulle.com Funny Pics : Hot Pictures Anonymous Says: June 11, 2011 6:53 PM They are truly unique. Anonymous Says: June 12, 2011 2:08 PM Only one or two of these are inventions. fajas colombianas Says: June 13, 2011 9:54 AM Those chopsticks would sure make life easier. jocuri Says: June 14, 2011 5:40 AM Some pretty cool stuff and some of them are really simple but so effective :) Bookingelf Says: June 16, 2011 3:12 PM The household accessories are really great! Anonymous Says: June 16, 2011 11:40 PM the toilet/sink one is GENIUS Anonymous Says: June 17, 2011 2:39 AM i like the laptop case, "dont worry teacher, ill finish my work. .> *bing* soooooooo board in lit" Anonymous Says: June 18, 2011 9:44 PM The toilet/sink combos have been in jails for years. Anonymous Says: June 21, 2011 6:46 PM why would someone want to defibrillate their bread? Mark Says: June 24, 2011 6:11 AM Most of these arent exactly inventions. Anonymous Says: June 25, 2011 8:32 AM ^^ palpitations obviously Bucket Trucks For Sale Says: July 1, 2011 8:20 AM OMG!!!! Moron.

emmas designblogg - design and style from a scandinavian perspective Hamburger and interior of restaurant Grill And if you have kids you will probably want to do some shopping in Stockholm's coolest kids clothes and toy shops! These are the best ones I know:Matador, lots of colourful clothes in soft cotton from mostly Danish brands like Molo, Ej sikke lej, Silke og Sus and Katvig. Matador Under, handpicked retro clothes and toys from the sixties and seventies, along with brand new stuff from young indie designers. UNI, unisex clothing in strong colours and cool patterns with inspiration from the seventies. Haven, great clothes and small interior details for both you and your baby. Birka Baby, your baby will be the most fashionable and streetcool kid on the block dressed in their clothes! Numero, a small toy store on Katarina Bangata 33, full of great stuff in all price ranges. Kalikå, plush animals and real tools and kitchen stuff in miniature versions, free from stuffy old thoughts on gender roles. Take a bath at Långholmen Lasse i parken café The Street market

25 Ultra-Creative Packaging Designs From DeviantArt Web designers can (and should) draw inspiration from places other than web design, so today’s article is going to showcase 25 creative packaging designs that I found on Deviantart.com For anyone who hasn’t browsed through deviant art yet, you are missing out on a lot of creative inspiration. yes, the css galleries out there are good for inspiration, but I find myself searching sites like behance and deviant art much more lately, because of the diversity of designs and the fact that they don’t have to be “approved” before you see them. Do you know how many killer designs get submitted to css galleries every day, but never make it? With Deviant Art, you don’t run into that problem. So below are the 25 packaging designs I liked the most on deviant art. Breakfast Aid ↓ Sprout ↓ Ice Cream Cup BOBBLERS ↓ Floppy Disc Box ↓ Frusion ↓ Coffee Time ↓ Plantus Pack Kit ↓ Chocolats ↓ Kuwakenta Portfolio ↓ Koji Kin ↓ Chocolate Packaging ↓ Pink Fish ↓ Condom Packaging ↓ Stitch Em On ↓ The Dore ↓ La Vita ↓ Deco Time ↓

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