i found yet another stuff lust. beautiful log wood bowls found on dornob.
is it really fall?
really? don’t let the colder air get you down. make these beautiful fall-inspired pillows. easy i promise.
for the tutorial & more inspiration check out V and Co.
make these beautiful & simple canvas art pieces using old magazines of pieces scrapbook paper. via: the creative paige.
a creative designer with works that convey purpose & aesthetic. my two favorite designs are the soap flakes & grown into a chair. i would use both in my home.
Drinking Fountain made of Vitreous China
A play with weight, movement, hiding and revealing.
Interaction between the shelf and its content; between the user and the soft textile layers.
Soap Blocks instead of liquid Soaps
i had to add the creative thought behind this design for you to read. i hate bars of soap as well and find myself liking soap petals.
“Today, most of the soap we use is liquid soap, which contains a lot of water. Block soap instead is more concentrated and therefore has some ecological benefits: You don’t transport unnecessary water around. In place of plastic bottles you can simply use paper for packaging. The solid blocks can easily be piled and allow a greater space efficiency in a truck.
But what about the usage of soap bars? I don’t like the weird slippery feeling when I use them. It gives me goose bumps. And under the shower, it always slides out of your fingers. Hand soap also often gets dirty and accumulates bacteria when more than one person is using it.
I designed two dispensers that turn block soap into beautiful little flakes. They offer you a new comfortable sensation when they are falling on your hands and easily dissolve in water.
The first version needs to be attached to the wall. You can easily use it with one hand; while you are pushing the grater, you are capturing the flakes. With its open shape it lets the soap block evolve its fragrances into the room.
The second version is a grater that can stand by itself. Therefore it’s more flexible in usage. It could be placed in the same way as a shower gel or shampoo.”
Inspired by the human tic of deforming the candle wax in a restaurant or turning one’s hair while talking to someone. “brilliant”
check her designs out and more here.