While you could simply just use a sleeping bag to keep yourself warm and cozy in your bed at night, that wouldn’t be half as cool as the sleeping bag couch.
Aptly titled the Camp Daybed, this ingenious piece of furniture is one of the best bachelor pad ideas we have come across in quite some time. Designer Stephanie Hornig created the sofa as her final year project at the University of Arts in Berlin. Seeing that the winter season can be a bit difficult for camping, Hornig looked to bring camping elements from the great outdoors to the comfort of our own homes.
Pantone Coffee Cups - KoffieFilters
Make your coffee break a well-designed affair. With these coffee cups there is no excuse not to start your day in style. The cups are a great way to renew the color scheme of your kitchen or bring some sparkle to the office coffee counter.
These beauties are available to purchase Here
Visual Graphc: Design Inspiration Websites
I guess I don’t need to justified myself, but in this case I will, I didn’t posted a list or give websites names because of two reasons: I was on the iPad Tumblr thing, it would’ve take me all night to get the sites and link every one of them, and like I said, I reinstalled the OS on my laptop,…
: (Friday) Giveaway 5 - FIVE DIFFERENT WINNERS: MacStickrs
MacStickrs | http://macstickrs.com
In an attempt to add a personal touch to the perfectly designed Apple MacBooks, Aleksandr Karev and Jaroslav Urban founded and launched MacStickrs in 2011. The goal of MacStickrs is to create discreet, smart and eye-catching decals that make a…
Wooden LEGO blocks by Mokurokku
Japanese firm Mokurokku hopes to get you feel closer to nature with their new wooden bricks.
Each box of mokulock bricks is priced at ¥2,835/USD31 and includes 50 pieces. they seem to be compatible with standard LEGO pieces, and we would want to see sets of mixed plastic and wood construction on different textures and colors. the mokurukku set has a disclaimer that the pieces can warp or fit together imprecisely due to the nature of the material in different temperatures and scale of humidity..
An artisan gelateria in Queensland. Owned by Karen and Claudio Giulietti, this hidden gem crafts authentic Italian gelato using traditional techniques and only the best local produce. More on the design after the jump!
Designed By: Squad Ink, Sydney, Australia
Source: The Dieline
For the Ainu, the indigenous people of Japan, the traditional way of winter-proofed building is called “chise,” referring to a home that is built with earth, clad with bamboo and sedge grasses, with radiantly heated floors and interiors kept warm by a central hearth that is never allowed to go out.
© Kengo Kuma & Associates
In an experimental project for the Meme Meadows environmental research facility on Japan’s Hokkaido island, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has constructed a dwelling that uses these indigenous principles and combined them with modern materials to create a translucent house that operates in rhythm with natural patterns of light and heating.
Tilt Furniture By TIna Schmid. The furniture pieces are an extraordinary set of minimal yet dynamic pieces that serve multiple purposes like hanging clothes or even serving as table. In this present world where space is getting smaller and smaller day by day such furniture pieces are a relief to the eye and pocket.