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Everything You Need In Your Kitchen

Do you plan on cooking at lot of meals at home? If the answer is yes, you’ll need to realize that you cannot do everything on your own. Without the right tools, appliances and supplies, you’ll never be able to cook those delicious foods. Unfortunately, there are plenty of items that you need. The good news is that some are more important than others. Some of the most important will be explored below for your consideration.

Dishes And Utensils

Once you’ve prepared a delicious meal, you’ll want to make sure that everyone will be able to enjoy it. Regardless of the size of your family, you can guarantee that you’ll need dishes and utensils. If you want to think outside of the box and save yourself some many, you may be able to solve this problem with plastic forks and paper plates. Just make sure you get good plates or your food might end up in your lap.

Glasses And Mugs

While you’re at it, you need to make sure that your guests will be able to enjoy their meals with beverages. This is why you’ll need some glasses and mugs. There are plenty of options out there. You can buy plastic cups and save yourself some cash. Either way, it is pertinent to make sure that you have enough to meet and exceed the needs of everyone.


Lovely Portable Fireplace Design for Outdoors and Indoors

Looking for an out-of-the-box solution this summer that brings in a minute the holiday vibe? Well, in today’s post we’re presenting you FARO, an extremely versatile fireplace that will transform your home ambience, creating a warm and inviting place. Even though many of us love grand fireplaces that create an impressive statement in our houses and apartments, portable fireplaces are a great alternative, becoming very popular in recent years. You can let them in a permanent location or move them wherever you want, even in the most tiny spaces.

Small fireplace

This interesting fireplace concept is created by Japanese designer Ryosuke Fukusada in collaboration with Rui Pereira and Eco Smart Inc., being developed around the idea of bringing people together in a society where high-technology is expanding fast and people are becoming more individualistic. The element of fire have been throughout history a sacred symbol which have, among other meanings, a role in connecting people, to reignite the flame of face-to-face communication between them.

A Silver Lining: 14 Cloud-Shaped Homes, Furnishings & Decor Designs

[ By SA Rogers in Design & Furniture & Decor. ]


Floating on air, flickering with lightning, providing a pillowy soft surface or gently raining water down on plants, these cloud-shaped home accents and architectural designs are downright heavenly. A bluetooth speaker magically levitates above its base, a lamp provides motion-activated thunderstorm shows, a concrete display base makes toilet paper commercials literal in their comparisons and a house in Australia takes on a highly unusual silhouette.

Levitating Cloud Speaker by Richard Clarkson Studio + Crealev



Marvelous Flower-Shaped Pendant Lamps by Laszlo Tompa

The love for wood of Hungarian ceramic designer Laszlo Tompa is amazingly translated into gorgeous decoration objects with creative design, that would compliment any mondern and elegant interior design. His detailed work with fascinating results draw our attention inevitably, evidence of that being these charming range of flower-shaped lampshades which he entitled “Flower Lamps”.

Inspired by the beauty that surrounds us, the collection is elegant, original, and each of its items hand-carved in solid cherry wood is unique. Don’t believe us? Just look at the lovely pictures below that really show Hungarian tile designer has a real eye for beauty.

Amazing lamp designs

Like in his previous works, these hanging lamps consisting of wood turned elements are powerful abstract objects. They feature a basic structure which are more like hexagonal and pentagonal pyramids covered with different matching geometric ornaments. Expressive and very appealing, “Flower Lamps” mix the traditional aesthetics of wood with light and a fluid sculptural form, creating an impressive visual effect. Their design isn’t transparent and the lighthing is locally, downward. Very artistically done, isn’t it?! Would you decorate with such wooden lampshade designs?

Unique Sustainable Flower Pot that Glows at Night by Julie Storm for Nola

For more than four decades, the principle of making comfortable, accessible outdoor designs has shaped the Swedish brand Nola. Studying the city center and the urban landscape for years allows them nowadays to deliver high quality products with award-winning designs for public projects and urban spaces. Scoop Moonlight Planter, we’re showing you in today’s post, was a great find a few days ago. It was designed by Julie Storm and belongs to Nola’s amazing outdoor furniture collection.

Colorful outdoor flower pots Unique Sustainable Flower Pot that Glows at Night by Julie Storm for Nola

With an eye-catching appearance, this flower pot seems at first glance like any other, a simple colorful planter in which flowers and other plants are placed in and displayed. But in fact, Scoop Moonlight Planter is very special and this thing is demonstrated by the 2013 Green Good Design Award it received, being mentioned as one of the most important examples of sustainable design in the world. Planters are designed to make both urban and indoor environments a little bit more beautiful, and a whole lot easier to live in, but the Scoop Moonlight has also been created to support a healthier living.

Creative Lamp Design by Silvia Ceñal Idarreta

Sometimes simple designs inspired by everyday things may prove as functional as the more sophisticated ones, and with a high aesthetic value if you are a fan of handmade-looking objects and creative lighting design. The latest project of Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta is an eye-catching hanging lamp, simply called Macaron Lamp.

Discovering everything that could be done with fabrics and laces and fascinated by the traditional French pastry called macaron,  Silvia Ceñal Idarreta imagined this interesting pendant lampthat once established in a certain decor, it’s likely to grab all attention due to its colorful and unusual design. She originally combined wood with wires, which transmit a feeling of three-dimensional.

Macaron Lamp detail Creative Lamp Design by Silvia Ceñal Idarreta

The bulb was subtly added in the middle of the design, the overall look inspiring playfulness creating an interesting optical illusion by making you believe its body isn’t supported by anything and levitates around the bulb. But in fact body is upsholded by a round wood top, invisible when viewed from the front. Creative, isn’t it?

Ergonomically-Correct ‘Wellbeing Toilet’ Helps You Poop the Right Way

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The toilet, ubiquitous as it is, hasn’t changed much in design or function since indoor plumbing became a thing. In honor of World Toilet Day, plumbing and drain specialists Dyno-Rod decided to change that by holding a competition to create the next-generation loo prototype. The winning design is the Wellbeing Toilet – the world’s first ergonomically-correct loo. Designed by three Central Saint Martin’s (CSM) graduates, this toilet could actually reduce the risk of intestinal cancer and haemorrhoids.

L.A. Artist Handcrafts Luxurious Chandeliers Entirely From Trashed Bike Parts

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Artist Carolina (Caro) Fontoura Alzaga challenges the “necessity for the new” by creating magnificent Victorian style chandeliers from trashed bike parts sourced from local Los Angeles shops. Many of the pieces in her new CONNECT Series are massive, cascading structures that take months to produce in her downtown studio. Read on to see her creative process, and the painstaking effort that goes into these amazing upcycled chandeliers.

Margherita is a beautiful and sustainable lamp made from recycled pizza sauce cans

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Did you know an estimated 15,000 pizza sauce cans are thrown away every day in Turin, Italy? Although that’s good news for pizza lovers, the growing amount of landfill-bound waste is bad for the environment. That’s why Italian design studio Izmade has developed a plan to collect and recycle the metal cans into Margherita, a beautiful and sustainable lamp. Each lamp would also feature a CNC-milled plywood stand that’s bonded together by renewable soybean adhesive. You can help Izmade launch their environmentally conscious and beautiful designs by supporting their Indiegogo Campaign.

+ Margherita Indiegogo Campaign