Sometime we hear people saying “Man, I need some personal space to think things over,” but the truth be told, with all the distractions around us in this modern world, can even find any personal space at all? Actually, you can, if you hit up the mountains and huddle yourself inside a remote cave, or you could find solace right smack in a busy office with this: The Thought Box. Continue reading Bizarre $640 Head-worn Box Cuts Out Buzz, Lets You Think In Darkness
Furniture is one group of products that is never lacking of innovation and creative designs. We have seen quite of fair number of them here and the Sit On Everything Soft Cube Furniture by Belgium startup Benj&Soto is yet another. In fact, it is not just “yet another”; it is going into our list of wants. We are not going lie. When this hat tip first arrived in our mailbox, the images immediately had our fullest attention. Yes, I know, they are just stools, but their presence will certainly make a room more fun – thanks to the colorful, photorealistic print decorating them. Continue reading Belgian Designers Created Cushy Gold And ‘Vegetables’ Stool You Can Sit On
Anyone who skateboards knows that skateboard deck is pretty hardly and makes quite a nice seat when not skateboarding, which is why it makes perfect sense to take comfy deck and turn them into seats that you can use at home. That’s exactly what Breda, The Netherlands-based outfit Baked/Roast, which is an anagram of the word ‘skateboard’, has created. So, no. Baked / Roast is not a bakery, nor is it a cafe. Naming aside, these lovely skateboard-inspired furniture are handmade and The Wood One and The Steel One are the company’s first products. The Wood One has the clear-coated 7-ply Canadian maple deck mounted onto a beechwood frame, complete with orange screws and bolts that matches the deck’s orange dyed layers. Continue reading Dutch Company Makes Beautiful Furniture Out of Skateboard Decks
what has a rocking chair and a stool have in common? absolutely nothing, but that doesn’t stop Tinsel & Timber from marrying the two together to create this unique rocking stool. no typo here. it is really a stool that rocks – literally. (very aptly) dubbed Tipsy Stool, this rocking stool is handcrafted from solid Walnut or Maple, matched to either black or white power coated steel wire with a curved base that’s design to make you feel tipsy sitting on it, or at least provides you with something to do when there’s absolutely nothing to do in the living (!?). constructed using a combination of modern and traditional woodworking and metalworking techniques, each stool is hand finished with natural oil and wax that lends the stool an extra touch of class and elegance. Continue reading The Tipsy Stool: When Rocking Chair Meets A Stool
(photos: Zachary A. Design) Zachary A. Design Stone Furniture Collection | from US$199.00 | www.zacharyadesign.com
you know the problem with laying out furniture in your backyard? either they gets weathered easily or they are so light that they often landed into your neighbors’ – or both. what you need is something that’s stylishly cool and yet will not stray into your neighbor’s territory, something like the Stone Furniture Collection from Zachary A. Design. this uber cool outdoor furniture are crafted from lightweight material but with the futuristic look of solid cement. they are heavy enough to stay where they are supposed to be and yet light enough to be moved around, plus they will definitely make your garden stands out from the horde of wood-based furniture decorated backyards. Continue reading Zachary A. Design Stone Furniture
(credit: NJUStudio) NJUStudio Hockenheim Stool | from €128.50 | selekkt.com
the NJUStudio Hockenheim Stool is not just a stool but it is also partly made up of your old stacks of magazines. instead dumping your magazines into the dumpster, why not make use of them? this is exactly what the NJUStudio Hockenheim Stool does. the stool composed of three parts, the handmade pillow seat, the birch wood stool frame and the leather straps complete with buckets and rivets to hold the aforementioned parts together – with the magazines in between, of course. Continue reading stack up your old magazines, strap them up and it is a stool!