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Need a creative stuff to fill up your desktop? Watch this desktop calendar made up of Lego type building blocks. You can customize it into any shape you want. Look, you can add personal reminder for particular events like holidays or shopping. Cool enough
Brooklyn-based designer Akemi Tanaka’s elegant wall-mounted cat perch is a far cry from the leftover-carpet look of most feline beds. Made from bent plywood covered in a maple or walnut veneer, the bed will support up to 35 pounds, and you can toss the removable cushion in the washing machine. Via
If your family is a sports-maniac, then you would love what John Kurcheski invented. The BallClaw, it’s what he called it. Depending on its shape, balls often be a little bit difficult to store. Casually, you may put them in the cupboard, but them problems may come if you have more than three sports balls. […]
Dutch designer Aldo Bakker created the Urushi series which are lacquered products. Each object is coated in 60 layers of urushi, a traditional Japanese lacquer made of tree sap. The series includes a side table and stools made of polyurethane foam coated in the lacquer, and a set of cutlery. Via
Designer Andrew Millar created the News Roll as collecting newspapers makes the news roll more comfortable and provides an incentive to reuse rather than recycle. The product is lightweight (without newspapers) and multi functional, with use as a mat, screen, stool and cushion, using 100% natural wool. Via
The Italian designer Andrea Crosetta has created a cool radiator design with a touch of contemporary pop-art style. The Oreste & Emma bathroom radiators from Antrax were for both private homes and trendy commercial spaces like lounges, restaurants and clubs, where ?pop? means more than just a beverage.
This storage shelf attached to the back of your iMac should hold a hard drive or whatever else you might need to store. Two adjustable clips without screws or extra pieces. You can also use the perforated base to tie up that web of cables lurking behind your Mac. Via
Made in PMMA plastic, this Pisellino from Stefano Giovannoni is a container for cotton buds with whimsical and colourful designs. Simply lift up Pisellino’s little “bud beret” and the cotton buds splay out making them easily accessible. Have it with ?16.00 price at Nest.co.uk
The Radiator Company has something to your interior radiator selection: the Sole Sculptural Radiator. It has an impressive output from its glorious rays, making such a gorgeous look as well as exceptional heat. The Radiator are available at various details and prices: ?4276.58 for the full sun, or ?2,208.93 for the half or Mezzo Sole.
In a glance, this shoulder strap resembles a gun holster. However, it was not intended to hold your firearm. Instead, you can carry your favorite small items that you used to go anywhere. You can put anything in it from cigarettes, lighter, digital cameras, to wallet. Available at Unchain shop.