What someone tell you that this chair has character, you probably think the chair has some special design. While in Romanian designer Irina Neacsu‘s design, Chair with Character means it has a character or a face on it. The faces on the back of the chair are dressed up based on different personality, religions and just season. Right now, there are 12 chairs in the collection such as traditional couple Draga and Dragu, and urban fashion duet Miss One and Miss Due. Besides those, you can create your own special character chair by selecting prints, chair frame and wood color. How cool it will be to have your own character chair.
Founded by Zach Rotholz, Chairigami produces furniture made entirely out of triple-wall cardboard, which means it is recyclable, lightweight, flat-packed, and easy to assemble. Right now, this cardboard furniture line covers sofas, desk chairs, standing desks, coffee tables and shelving. The chairs last about a year, while the tables can make it up to four years. No glues or fasteners are necessary to put the recyclable items together–they all just fit into slots. So if you are looking for some furniture to be packed in and packed out quickly, that might be an option for you.
Inspired by animals and their shapes, Italian designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba designed a trio of playful animal-shaped storage units – called “Sending Animals”. Made from wooden shipping crates, these ingenious storage units can fit in any room and easily become a serious conversation starter. Looking like the silhouettes of 3 crated farm animals– a goose, pig and cow, these open up to compartmentalized storage that is fun to arrange your goods in and put the furniture on display for all to see.
Brentwood Residence is a colorful family home located in Los Angeles, California, USA, designed by Jamie Bush & Co. The amazing modern architecture features colorful and interesting interiors filled with mid-century furniture pieces. The owner of the house has three young children, hence they want the house is designed to be playful but also adult enough to grow into as they mature. The focus was on having variations of the theme of a bright pop of color in each room grounded by a more natural palette of materials. Looks like a playful place to live, what do you think?