If you are one of those people who enjoy the feel of flying and daydream yourself as a pilot, you might love this post. The furniture rounded up in this post are made out of disassembled or reclaimed aircraft parts, which are designed to bring skies into your office or home. If jet engine conference table, phantom coffee table and fuselage office desk are sound not that exciting to you, how about a bomb drinking cabinet or a bomb fish tank? Although those high-flying range of furniture are quite expensive, they are one-of-a-kind furniture worth having if you can afford.
Want to see more recycled air-plane parts furniture? See our previous post about “Cool Furniture Made from Vintage Airplane Parts”
Like or not, fences help to protect privacy and become part of essential things when you live in house. In most time, they just plain wood bars and do their humble job to protect your somehow. However, they don’t necessary to look that plain and they can definitely be part of your creative extension. Here we have put together this list of fantastic fences to inspire you and hope you can apply some ideas to your garden fence.
Usually when you get a bouquet of flower from store, it wrapped with some brown paper or transparent plastic. It is no problem when it is for yourself. However, if it is a gift, it just looks so effortlessly store-bought and without any personal touch. Of course, we don’t encourage wasting on one-time-use packaging. But is there a way to bring back that personal touch to the act of bouquet-giving with environment-protection in mind? Designers Johanna Brännström, Charlie Nyrjä, Alexandra Forssén and Camilla Edlund gave their answer: Swedbag. The packaging uses brown paper that can be easily folded into a cone to contain the flowers. Its unique design allows it to wrap around both small and large bouquets. The carrying bag for the bouquet is a breath of fresh air, with its unique shape, crafted to showcase the bouquet in all its natural glory.
“Uho” translates from Russian to “ear”, is a playful mug designed by Upstairs Shop. The human body part (ear) has been interpreted as the handle for the series of playful mugs used for your daily hot drink! Simple, and available in black or white, each piece is hand-made using the highest quality porcelain. So, how do you like to have a ear mug on your desk? I am all ears for you.