This may not be the prettiest storage trousers but in any case, it is very practical.
This rack keeps 20 pairs of slacks neatly hung and readily accessible. It easily mounts to a closet wall or door and has a 10-gauge steel support bracket that holds 20 hardwood dowels so you can hang trousers flush against the wall, then swing them out individually, up to 180°. The 5/8″-diameter dowels reduce creasing of even fine fabrics and one-inch vertical spacing between the dowels allows for easy visibility.
If you like a minimalism, well, I think you’ll love this bookshelf. It is in my opinion not possible to have more simple simple without having to change the stucture of your wall or buying an expensive piece of furniture. Simply attach this small accessory on your wall and you’get one of the most original and minimalist bookshelf.
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The Fatboy Rockcoco Outdoor Chandelier has been created by designer Finnish interior architect Jukka Setälä. The pendant light can be used both, outdoor or indoor. This model of classical chandelier was completely reworks, it is entirely made of Plexiglas and electric wires that are highlighted by red color.
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Designed by Ulrica Hydman-Vallien for Kosta Boda has swirling and irregular veils of color make each piece unique. Every item is made individually by hand so the product may look different depending on the color, quality, and amount of light present in its environment and on the coloration of surrounding objects.
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Designer Ingegerd Råman designed for Orrefors brand these light Shadows Bulbs to complete your luminaire with an elegant touch.
Ingegerd Råman lets her childhood fantasies run free as she plays around with light and shadow. Like a soap bubble, the giant light bulb is the centrepiece of the lamp, casting dancing shadows on the walls and ceiling. All parts in the series feature the light globes, which come in a range of hand-blasted patterns. This simple basic shape is the heart of Ingegerd Råman’s Light Shadows series. The pendulum in the picture is not included.
On the video they show you how they manufactured the light bulbs, watch it!
‘Grass,’ handmade stoneware vase was created by famous designer Norman Copenhagen. It brings a bit of nature inside your home.The dazzling design of grass brings new life to your flowers.
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The ‘PH Snowball Pendant Lamp’ was created by Louis Poulsen in 1958 and it was exhibited at the Danish Museum of Decorative Art. PH creates a glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. When the light is switched on, the top portion is illuminated while the bottom part remains dark.
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‘Serpent’ by designer Bashko Trybek is a modular display system which gives the user an choice to choose the appropriate dimensions for their shelve. It also allows to combine and arrange the shelves to fit various interiors and spaces.
Wallter Squares Wall Application to make your wall graphic and attractive. They come with their own peel away sticky back that can be mounted to almost any interior wall or door. They are adjusted to be painted to the color of your choice. You can either paint them a contrasting color before installation, or to play off the three dimensional aspect.
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In the same idea as the “Birdcage Chandelier,” here’s a mini version to put on a table or desk. All the birds are hand-crafted, each light is unique so the colours and style of birds may be different from the image shown.
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Ceramic Lamp is designed Matt Gagnon Studio based in in Brooklyn, New York is a design firm focusing on surface, spatial and object design. A single slip cast ceramic part repeated and overlapped to capture light and produce soft shadows. The asymmetrical form creates dynamic groupings giving the appearance of more than one type of shape. The process of assembly generates a range of possible end products that can be customized to your specifications. Sizes available from 4 part clusters up to 100 or more.
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‘Naturoscopie,’is limited edition collection of pieces created especially for the Design Miami/Basel, then in Paris by the French designer and interior architect Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance.
With this work, the designer is resolutely committed to go beyond a literal transcription of nature to rekindle the impressions and sensations that we all feel in facing certain natural phenomena. In this collection, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance puts into perspective an idea of nature which is not imitated or represented, but is rather harnessed, sensed and recreated. Here, the function of the design object (to light, to place, to reflect…) is infused with a primary emotional imprint, that of nature when the sunlight creeps through the foliage of a tree, when the sky changes with the wind, when the image of a sunset overwhelms the sensitive surface of our memories. Simplicity and universality are conveyed thanks to synthetic materials such as carbon fibre, plexiglas and polyamide, rather than natural materials, via the technology of LEDs and their digital programming rather than a gesture of Arte Povera. The organic shapes of the pieces, fluid yet structured, support and extend this sensory experience. ‘Naturoscopie’ is above all reminiscence, a personal, as well as universal, Proust’s Madeleine. Design asserts itself as a vector of impressions, an image developer, a receptacle and a transmitter of emotions. “There are moments, days, during which
Designed by Vanessa mitrani, this tank is an exploration of NATURE and a subtle communion of materials with glass and metal. A world of poetry and surprises where elements always seem to be where you don’t expect them to be…
A subtle harmony of grey,white , transparency and translucence. Air, water and glass converse successfully.
Repeat by Belgian designer by Diane Steverlynck is a small table capable of fitting into any contemporary interior with a combination of advantages.
This piece of furniture associates two or three ash table tops and reinforces them, making it more modular. Sharing a foot, these inseparable table tops move and settle in any corner of your home.
This made-to-measure table in solid ash demonstrates a dedication to interdependent economy down to the smallest detail with the tops and feet joined by a single screw. This new basic with its essential design with pure material, shifts the typologies with a simple gesture to assert a new and functional look to the occasional table.
Architecture firm Destilat from vienna ha just sent us their photos of their latest project called ‘Lamshadesofgrey.’
“lampshadesofgrey” is destilat’s latest comment on a popular design theme – the reinterpretation of more or less ‘good old’ items.
Old, fabric-covered lampshades are undressed and freed from their mildew of past decades. Only their supporting structures and a vague idea of their former shapes remain. Read More…
This handmade Stormy ceiling lamp is inspired by the large white clouds that often presage violent storms but, at the same time, the sinuous softness of its shapes recall metaphysical landscapes and scenarios that have guaranteed emotional impact.
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Made in blown borosilicate glass by Italian designer Giorgio Bonaguro, this root vase-shaped inserted into a glass tube is praise to nature highlighting the flowers, stems and roots. Read More…
Table in Wonderland is a system of store display fittings created to showcase apparel and accessories. Designed by Fabrica designers Charlotte Juillard and David Raffoul, Table in Wonderland was especially created for the remodeled United Colors of Benetton Miami flagship store which debuted in December 2012 during Design Miami / Art Basel.
The custom furniture system, designed from modular shapes that fit together in various combinations, recalls the beachside cityscape and its Art Deco pastel-colored landmark buildings. Modular and flexible, the system offers a variety of personalized solutions, mixing forms, surfaces, and multicolored geometries, in line with the distinctive elements of the Benetton brand.