How sexy is this barware by Michael Antrobus? It’s just made out of 1 flat piece of stainless steel, and a few twists and turns later, and only 1 single weld to keep it all together…voila! Now the only question is…how easy is it, really, to uncork a bottle with this thing.
I absolutely love London designer Phil Cuttance‘s Faceture project. He has built a machine to cast faceted vases, lamps, and the list goes on. It consists of pouring a water-based resin into a simple mould which hardens as it dries. If these images weren’t pretty enough, there’s is a video! Click HERE to see it, it’s so much fun!
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I never thought much of macrame until I fell upon these pictures – this knotting style has been popping up right and left. I love the headboard! It gives a sort of bohemian/vintage look that’s so sweet. The plant hangers and lighting are also lovely. Is this trending? Because I’d be ok with that!
Today’s covet are these large tilting bowls designed by Staffan Holm, a Swedish multi-faceted designer. These will be featured at the Furniture Fair in Stockholm in February.
I’m surprisingly loving this graphically stunning tableware by CTRLZAK art an design studio for Italian brand Seletti. The inspiration here is the bridging of traditional chinese porcelain and European design aesthetic. Why not? It works! It’s sweet, hip, and with it.
Out in the open, these interiors show fun and simple clothes hanging solutions with nothing but rods and hangers. No doors. No fuss. No muss. And if you’re one for colourful clothes. it will add a ton of colour to an otherwise neutral background. I’m lovin’ it!
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