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10 Ingenious Ideas for Small Space Interiors

10 Ingenious Ideas for Small Space Interiors

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My House Feels So Boring After Seeing These 30 Awesome Things. Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Each of us probably have an idea about what our individual dream homes would look like. Maybe your dream home would have a hammock … or maybe an indoor slide that leads outside into a pool filled with Jell-O. 38 Maps They Didn’t Teach You At School (Part II) When we collected a list of 40 maps that you never would have seen in school, you guys totally loved them, so we’re back with more. If maps are one of the main ways that we understand the world we live in (and how people elsewhere in the world live), then it’s no surprise that people are always coming up with new ways to use them to display information. Every single one of these maps reveals different fun and interesting facts, from which we can make some interesting inferences.

The Living Cube by Till Koenneker Germany-born, Switzerland-based designer Till Koenneker took matters into his own hands when he moved into a studio apartment that had no storage. Building a simple cube-like design, called The Living Cube, he found space for his vinyl collection, TV, clothes, and shoes. On top of the cube, Koenneker was able to incorporate a bed for guests and inside houses a much-needed storage space.

20 Items That Are Borderline Genius - Part 2 Here at Awesome Inventions we come across so many genius and cool products or ideas that we think you'll simply love. You could be enjoying your lunch while on-the-go with the car swivel tray! Or how about a relaxing shower with an awesome color-changing LED shower head?! Amazing!Some of these great products you will see below are available to buy right here on Awesome Inventions. Check out part 1 of our borderline genius collection. 15 Items That Are Borderline Genius 12 Awesome Home Organization Ideas People usually say that “there’s no place like home”. Well, we’d rather say that there’s no better place to live than a clean and organized house. Yeah, we know: it seems like we’re making chit chat and talking about something that everyone already knows. The thing is that we know great home organization secrets and applying them to your house can spare you a lot of time, time you can spend relaxing.

This Is So Cool And Easy. Why Doesn’t Everyone Do This To Their Home? Finally, a way to make glowing shelves without having to expose your household to extreme levels of radiation--and a relatively easy one, at that. On his blog Shinium, Mat Brown, who typically sticks to designing modern jewellery, explained how to make incredibly awesome glowing wood shelves. For as cool as these things look, they're actually not that difficult to make. Take a look at how it's done! First, you'll need a piece of wood with some surface imperfections: cracks, knots, and holes. Shinium

9 Ways to Transform a Tie into a Stunning Knot! 9 Ways to Transform a Tie into a Stunning Knot! 9 Ways to Transform a Tie into a Stunning Knot! Fashion Color Theory: Pick a Mood for Your Room « Design Shuffle's blog 127StumbleUpon This awesome infographic was shared with us recently and we couldn’t wait to share the love. As much as we adore adding color, it is sometimes a difficult task making it work in our homes. What shade of blue do I pick?

This Compact Loft Space Is Filled With Hidden Features concrete have designed a compact loft hotel room with many hidden features, for a new hotel brand named Zoku. Their first hotel will be opening in Amsterdam in the fall of 2015. concrete’s description concrete has designed Zoku, a new hotel industry brand facilitating global living and working for the travelling professional. Zoku, which is Japanese for family, tribe, or clan, will disrupt and create a new category in the hotel industry. A home-office hybrid, also suitable for long stays.

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