This might be a good idea to make your self!
Andrea Brugi is the designer of these beautiful clothing rails and cutting boards.
Southern revivals does it again! Is there no end to their talent to revival old things?
Glue a magnet to the bottom of a hammer so you don't have to hold nails in your mouth while hanging pictures.
What an amazing idea! What books would you highlight on your staircase?
More amazing stairways to see here....
Cut some old T-Shirt and braid them to desired length, Lock the ends with cord ends and clasps.
John Vogel has a design background in architecture and first started creating furniture as a student. Although he has worked in many materials, his strongest affinity is for timber and most of his inspiration comes from the natural world and the exploration of organic forms. For today we want to present youone of his project, a table called Love Me Love Me Not Table
Designed in collaboration with Justin Plunkett, these delicate side tables are available individually or as a set of eight making up a full flower. The sculpted form of the base unfurls to reveal a surface like a floating leaf or petal.
Article from designrulz.com
A, B, C´s fridge magnets, made out of Cement, are fun and easy to do. They would also be great for an event and displayed on a shelf. You will need: Silicone alphabet mold, spoon, disposable cup, knife or wooden dowel, small plastic spray bottle, paper towels, one roll of adhesive magnetic tape, scissors and concrete. Read more at dotcomsformoms.com.