A conference table that is beautiful AND works as a ping pong table gets my vote. Well done Poppin!
It doesn’t happen often that I gasp when I see something. But the Clopen shelf managed to get exactly that reaction. The floating shelf was designed by Japanese Torafu Architects and uses magnetic keys to open a secret 23 mm thick drawer. A perfect place to hide your valuables.
It is made with recycled bicycle inner tubes with a core that consists of an inflatable ball which gives it a bounce when sitting on it. Fun? Yes!
(wish they had better photos on their site)
This is by far the most stunning children’s bed I have ever seen. It is designed after curves of unhye and danghye, traditional Korean shoes, allowing children to sleep alone feeling as if they are in the warm protection and tender love of their mothers. Hat tip to the designers Hyunjin Seo and Jaekyoung Kim.
(via ideas to steal)
This foldable bench-table called Up Up Up made me look. Perfect for a balcony or small outdoor space,
This minimal, multifunctional shelf called Silent Corner (Regal Leise Ecke), makes my heart sing. I have the perfect spot for it…
The Wooden Gem Stool just made me gasp for air! (Because of its beauty AND its price) It is handmade in Melbourne using ethically sourced timber, designed by the ladies from Faraway House. Consider this one wishlisted!
I am pretty sure my six year old would be gaga over this adorable shoe rack. It allows you to store up to 4 pairs of shoes in a small amount of space with. You can adjust the height between tiers for a custom fit.
This pendant lamp made me chuckle. It solves the problem of the leftover cord quite charmingly: Just stuff it into the crystal glass. Love that they use one of my alltime favorite German words in the product description: Kabelsalat (= cord salad) Designed and manufactured in Leipzig Germany, designed by David Danneberg. Two thumbs up!