Beautiful in its simplicity, this versatile shelf is well known as a classic Anne Linde design. Perfect for those small but nevertheless important things that one needs by the bedside. It looks great and doesn't take up too much space. This perfectly clever little design can be useful in so many places throughout your home, making relevant space exactly where you need it. The Ledge:able Shelf is available through clippings.com
Check out this cute magazine rack, designed by Icelandic designer Anna Thorunn Hauksdóttir. Her ideas and designs are based on emotion and affection that can be traced to past events, experience, memory or curiosity. The Rúdolf Magazine Rack is available through clippings.com
Sebastian Luczywo a Polish amateur photographer takes photographs using his old bath tube as a stage. His wife, children and some of the animals on his farm are models in these beautiful and creative photos.
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We love these beautiful photographs of people's eyes that are taken by Myriam Marti a freelance photographer based in Oslo, Norway and Reykjavik, Iceland. I will certainly ask her to take photographs of my family. So creative and unique and a new way to display family photos!
It's safe to say that this wall has eyes!
Artist Victor Nunes change the way you look at everyday objects like nuts, popcorn, scissors, grapes, and many other items. Just absolutely brilliant!
Who says balconies need to follow the line of a building? In a new concept for a balcony-like space, Zalewski Architecture Group created a wonderfully unexpected meandering green pathway that extends far beyond the limits of the building. The walkway invites inhabitants to step out of the balcony door and take a stroll on a grassy path high up above a regular courtyard, adding a touch of whimsy to a traditionally unused space.
The path flows freely in space offering a moment of relaxation and rest, and a chance to change your perspective. You leave one office, walk freely on a grassy path in the air until you naturally reach the door of the neighboring office, feeling quite different. Instead of form following function, the shape of the structure is designed to encourage fun and exploration.
Source the inhabitat.com