October 1st, 2010
Thought I would look into some reused furniture and other random inspiration. Here’s my top pick of the day:
As always, design-idea-window-shopping for me equals to a quick stop at freshome.com. Vinyl wall sticker. Very fun… (http://t.co/zIuEZ0N) :
Of course, the erasable writing walls by IdeaPaint is brilliant as well. Even architecture students like us would like them… actually, I think most architect and students would be in love? (http://t.co/QWwPV1z) :
Oh, this sentence here is just brilliant! Totally fits, doesn’t it?
This is one light chair! Just a simple, 2.5mm aluminum sheet chair (http://blog.2modern.com/2010/07/pressed-chair.html):
Not related to my design, but too cute not to include. Who knows, maybe it will inspire something else later! (http://blog.2modern.com/2010/08/modern-kidsbaby-gear.html)
But alas, the golden finding today is here – 20 different furniture that reuse ordinary objects. Amazing what our brains can come up with! (http://bit.ly/15gjFt) Here’s three of the furniture that I particularly like.
Kid’s dream come true (You know, the many time when you want to jump on that shopping cart and zip-zap across the grocery store?), thanks to Reestore
Then there is the design of using light fixture as light fixture.
No. I didn’t accidentally repeat myself.
Castor Canadensis uses old fluorescent light… to make a new light fixture!
Andrew Gregg’s Tire Chair is quite innovative and well-made as well. I like how the tire is made in a way that gives a new image to tire.