Archive for the ‘Indoor Living’ Category
August 30, 2012
The Boskke Sky Planter gives gravity a new place in design. Designed by Patrick Morris, the upside-down Sky Planter has two advantages that make it different from a regular planter. One, you can conserve up to 80% water, and two, you only have to refill the self-watering planter once or twice a month. This is a bonus for travelers or those with a not-so-green thumb.
Posted by holdit 6:00am in Indoor Living, Plant Decor
August 27, 2012
Korean designer Seungji Mun figured out how to offer pet owners a fun, dynamic piece of furniture to share with their cats. This built-in system for cats to have their fun while being close to owners was designed with functionality in mind – crowded urban living spaces leave too little space for pet furniture. This propels the Cat Tunnel Sofa to a level of versatility that solves the space problems for both humans and their feline friends.
Posted by holdit 6:00am in Indoor Living, Modern Design, Uncategorized
August 26, 2012
These little metal wall hooks from Polish designer Oskar Zieta are made from a process that inflates sheets of steel using high-pressure air. The result is a one-of-a-kind piece that has beautiful surface variations to catch the light. Because minimal material is needed, Zieta’s pieces are much lighter than they appear. Hang bags, coats or simply let them mark the spot on a blank wall.
Source: Design Sponge
Posted by holdit 6:00am in Design Trends, Indoor Living, Wall Decor
August 18, 2012
These tiles from Moving Color take a regular bathroom and make it into an ever-changing work of art. The glass tiles, made of 20-80% recycled materials, change colors in gradual steps through the color spectrum as they warm up, resulting in a spectacular hypercolor display. Create artful displays on walls or floors, or add clever elements to children’s rooms.
Source: Web Urbanist
Posted by holdit 12:22pm in Indoor Living, Modern Design, Wall Decor
August 16, 2012
Have a blank white room in need of an instant color treatment? Consider this glorious rainbow sprinkler by Netherlands-based artist Edwin Deen. Using some color pigment, an electric tap, a few meters of hose and a plain garden sprinkler, Deen transformed a simple garden sprinkler into a smile-inducing artistic device.
Posted by holdit 6:00am in Art, Cool Websites, Creative Arts, Indoor Living, Modern Design, Uncategorized
August 15, 2012
Check out this indoor vertical garden with little to no mess! Urbio is a diverse and dependable solution for urban gardening and small space organization. Urbio vessels are easily detachable, remove them from the wall to water, replant, aerate, prune, etc. Pumice stones help plants to grow in Urbio. Just remember to never over water and your plants will flourish!
Posted by holdit 6:00am in Going Green, Gotta Have It, Indoor Living, Modern Design
August 09, 2012
From product designer Amanda Buckley, a side table with a series of glass shelves that spin up and down a central thread and can be adjusted to any height “with a quick spin.” Says Buckley, “Valezina Table is about experiencing delight and amusement in how it is used, including the vibrancy of its materials; as if it was a fine toy.”
Source: MoCo Loco
Posted by holdit 6:00am in Gotta Have It, Indoor Living, Modern Design, Staff Picks, Uncategorized
August 08, 2012
The ergonomic WorkPad from the Jesper Office Collection is uniquely designed to fit in wherever you need it to be. Moving silently up and down in seconds, the WorkPad can function as a mobile freestanding desk, allowing you to make the transition from seated to standing position heights so that you can simply work sitting or standing. With a small footprint, castors for quick mobility and several finishes to choose from, this table is an easy fit in any space. Coordinating Sit-Stand Filing & Storage makes the WorkPad a perfect fit for any home office, student or business setting!
Posted by holdit 6:00am in Design Trends, Desks, Ergonomic Living, Gotta Have It, Indoor Living, Modern Design, Uncategorized
August 04, 2012
What better way to add fresh pattern to a room without committing to it forever? Designed and produced in San Francisco, Timothy Sue Removable Wallpapers are printed onto polyester fabric material with water-based latex ink. While we can’t imagine wanting to remove this wallpaper after installing it, the fact that it’s removable makes it a perfect option for renters.
Source: Apartment Therapy
Posted by holdit 6:00am in Creative Arts, Gotta Have It, Indoor Living, Modern Design, Uncategorized
August 02, 2012
Designer Seung Han Lee has developed a clever multifunctional chair that does double duty as a storage rack for magazines. Dubbed the Magazine Rack Chair, this space-saving design features a series of slots that provide the perfect place to put half-read magazines, ensuring that you’ll never lose your place.
Posted by holdit 6:00am in Art, Gotta Have It, Indoor Living, Modern Design, Uncategorized
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