I spent the last 60 minutes looking at outdoor furniture. I am ready for summer. And this Pebble Coffee Table made me look.
The Infinite Home Tool is quite a poetic object, serving a double function of a suitcase and a furniture piece. Living out of a suitcase gets an entirely new meaning with this piece, as the suitcase is more like a instant shelving unit, whereever you put it down. Charming. (And yes, probably not all that practical)
(Thank you Jolien)
Zeugwart is a minimal, freestanding coat/shoerack. Designed by Alexander Schmied.
This minimal cabinet called Manhattan by Cornelia Norgreen is a beauty. Love how they are showcasing its versatility in the above product shot.
I am all for furniture that surprises and could very well be considered art. Like this piece called Tarah, by Bina Baitel.
This family rocker flips over to become a picnic table and a bar! Made me chuckle. We totally need a red version of this at Studiomates. Rocker Meetings!
CustomMade connects consumers looking for fine custom home furnishings and unique goods with the skilled Makers who create them. On CustomMade you can get anything you want, custom made, just the way you want it. Fantastic idea.
One day I will own a Nesso Table Lamp. It is represented in the MoMA’s collection and made by Artemide.
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)