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Read your bookcase - Creative Collection - StumbleUpon
October 23rd, 2011. Both comments and pings are currently closed. Read your bookcase. A fantastic modular, typographic bookcase by Saporiti. PLEASE NOTE: To prevent spam, your first comment will be moderated so there may be a short delay before it appears.

Design Seeds&: For All Who Love Color | Search - StumbleUpon #f0e0d1 #c98d58 #382d36 #9760a3 #d4aae0 #c1c8d4 Find The Palettes You Love color curl posted 01.05.14 comments 3 nature palette posted 01.04.14 comments 0 sponsored links nature tones posted 12.30.13 comments 0 thistle tones posted 12.29.13 comments 1 winter spectrum posted 12.22.13 comments 3 iced tones posted 12.20.13 comments 3 frozen berry posted 12.09.13 comments 5 nature hues posted 12.08.13 comments 1 winter sky posted 12.02.13 comments 1 thanksgiving hues posted 11.28.13 comments 2 color fall posted 11.26.13 comments 2 northern lights posted 11.22.13 comments 3 <<< previous next page >>> ShareThis Copy and Paste Fun Forever - Luxury fun is affordable for everyone! & Lounge Seat Washing Machine Delhi-based designer Harsha Vardhan designed this washing machine/comfy seat of the future. Not only is it multipurpose it’s also environmentally friendly because it doesn’t use water or detergent. The machine uses ionized air to clean the clothes. Lounge Seat Washing Machine More posts about cool design objects

The Selby + Simple Creative Home Posted by rd on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 · I recently discovered The Selby, and here is a home, more or less 1000 sq ft., bursting with neutral colors making it ‘bigger’ than it actually is. I really love the combination of open planning and simple palette in this home.. Everything’s seems within reach but doesn’t appear too crowded.. Every area is properly spaced.. The sculpture above the fireplace is just amazing. The open shelves looks fantastic in the kitchen. A nice little outdoor garden is always a great idea.. [via downsizemyspace]

pallet coffee table This modern, ethnic-looking coffee table, with its ochre stripes that conjures up visions of Marrakech, was made from a wooden pallet discarded in a shopping area. The painstaking task of removing nails and sawing wood was avoided by fitting the pallet with a hardboard bottom and filling the cracks with mortar. And presto, we have a table top. To start, choose a pallet in good condition. To help fill in the cracks, nail down a few pieces of scrap wood. Once the mortar is dry, remove the formwork and carefully sand the table top. You can either paint the mortar or leave it as is. To make "legs" for the coffee table, attach two thick boards, such as formwork planks, to the sides of the pallet, using 80 mm (3 in) screws. Other pallet craft projects (click the following thumbnails):

Giant Earbuds A completely renovated first&apartment - StumbleUpon Pages Search Eames Lounge Chair, Barcelona Chair, Marble Tulip Tables - Exclusive at Rove Concepts Colorado real estate and homes Kim's personal links MY FAVOURITE DECOR SHOPS IN OTTAWA kitchen remodel in my last house my twin sister's mostly kid's rooms decor blog « WINKS | Main | Valerie and Alan's bathroom remodel » Friday Aug132010 A completely renovated first apartment Posted on Fri, 13 Aug 2010 by kim 540 Comments We received an email from Ron and it started off like this: "I'm 27 years old and live in Tel Aviv Israel, currently an industrial design student. And some info on what went on after they had their way with their new apartment: "In short we re-did the whole place:Tore down the wall in the kitchen opening it up to the living room and dining area. I cannot even put into words how in awe I am of Ron's talent. And SO MUCH MORE after the jump. Reader Comments (540) Wow! 13 Aug 2010 | Mike The green bedroom is fabulous! Michelle Okay, that faucet/towel rack in the bathroom is genius! Erin Racu ab m

Living small: Lulu’s shipping container home Downsizing was “big” in 2011, but few took the drastic measures Argentinean-born Californian single mom Lulu did. Lulu went back to school and didn’t want to have to work full-time hours on top of her studies just to pay her rent. Instead, she and her daughter moved into a shipping container — for a steal. “I think I’m a little claustrophobic, so the storage container was a little daunting, but I got the container for free,” she said. Lulu went to work, honing her DIY skills on the box that would become her home. The total cost of her tiny home: $4,000. Watch the tour of Lulu’s shipping container below: When Lulu discovered that the space was too small for two people, she built an extension using salvaged materials: a used flatbed trailer became the base for a shed-like second bedroom. Her brother calls her style “elegant poor.” The space issues may be a sacrifice, but not having a mortgage tacked onto student loans is worth it, she says: More from Shine on Yahoo!

Tub Caddy made of Reclaimed Oak from a Broken Down by PegandAwl Product description This caddy will cause skin pruning. Holding candles, a book, a glass of wine or a steaming cup of tea the caddy will turn your bathing experience into a dream. You will be able to spend hours reading a book, writing a letter or sipping wine and listening to music without having to leave the steaming water. Once your bath is done it can be used to hold towels or other bathroom necessities. Constructed out of a reclaimed oak beam from a hardware store built in Lancaster County, Pa, in 1897 the caddy is 11 in. wide by 29 in. long. Custom sizes are available as well, just send a message to us with the inside and outside dimensions of your tub and we will make a custom bath caddy listing for you. Each caddy is made to order and may therefore take up to two weeks to ship.

Pallet Bookshelves Oh my goodness gracious!!! I haven't been THIS excited about a project since my ladder laundry rack! (Well, the mom cave is pretty exciting, too - but that's not done yet!:)~ Anyway. I'm sure you've all seen the pallet-awesomeness floating around blogland .... I asked helpful husband to bring home an old pallet from his latest job site for me (yes, it was FREE!) Check THIS out: Whadyathink!? Step 1 - cut straight through on the lines drawn below: (Helpful husband used a hand saw for this part - what a guy!) Step 2 - use those extra middle boards to nail on the bottoms of the shelves: This is what they look like after steps 1 & 2: Step 3 - pry the middle board out of the shelf (to allow more room for books): Step 4: Sand 'em down! Step 5 - primer! Step 6 - a couple of coats of paint (I used Rustoleum "Heirloom White"). I love that color, by the way. Ready to be moved inside .... Ta-da! Bookshelves complete. The "construction" isn't perfectly smooth and straight .... but for Pete's sake!

Glass Pool Table Elite Innovations's Flagship pool table. Striking aesthetics make it the perfect centrepiece for the modern game room. Visible integrated ball return makes a feature of pocketed balls. Elite Innovations pool tables blend ultra modern styling and new patented technology. The transparent playing area is composed of the patented Vitrik transparent playing surface on top of a 15mm toughened glass top. The Vitrik playing surface replicates the rolling resistance of a standard cloth pool table surface and provides a shock absorbing layer for the glass beneath. Our glass is premium quality 15mm Monolithic Float glass with exposed polished edges. Available in 8' x 4' or 7' x 3.5' sizes. Purchase of table Includes ball set, black triangle and two Aluminium cues and bridge stick. The glass top pool table is a winner of the Dyson Australian Design Awards.

Interior A Highly Unique Converted Church A highly unique four bedroom converted church with an impressive reception room with full-height ceiling, private patio and stylish finish alongside many of the church’s original features. Kenmont Gardens is located moments from local amenities while the restaurants, shops and bars of Westfield Shopping Centre while Notting Hill is close by. Transport links include Kensal... Stockholm Penthouse via nicety St Lukes Mews House An extraordinary beautiful mews house, stunningly refurbished by interior design and architectural specialists Fossey Arora. Fabulous Apartment in Milan White on white with archways of light. Stefano Pilati’s Eclectic Paris Duplex The fashion designer brings iconoclastic panache to his duplex in the heart of Paris. Wiesergut Hotel by Gogl & Partners Architekten Gogl & Partners Architekten have designed the Wiesergut Hotel in the valley of Hinterglemm, Austria. via Contemporist

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