Recycle memories from Holidays

October 20th, 2011 - 

I think this could be a nice interesting design idea. I think it can be also improved like this: when you go somewhere and want to bring a unique present for your beloved ones, you will gather some special elements that will tell a story: some stones from the seaside, a rose petal that you smelled, an interesting shell that you found (more…)

Hand blown glass plant globe hanging terrarium

October 20th, 2011 - 

Bluejaysnbumblebees shop on Etsy is composed by two artists Justin Bagley and Brooke Freed. These terrariums look so clean and they have such a fresh look. You could store anything you want in them: stones, sand, plants, colored water, jelly bubbles, toys or decorative buttons. If you decide to go for air plants installations you must water them twice a week and place them on indirect sunlight. The terrariums could bring (more…)

Grass Mirror project by H2o Architects

October 20th, 2011 - 

Sometimes I am not finding a place for my plants. And this happens just because usual, my plants are placed in cone pots that do not fit to anything in my space. I think this is a better solution to integrate the plants in a natural way in your apartment. H2o Architects merged nature and furniture on the Grass Mirror project. It (more…)

How can you reuse toys?

October 20th, 2011 - 

Handcrafted table lamp furniture created by Ryan McElhinney. Incredible good looking lamp design made by recycled toys. The designer get them together, glued them and they painted them with high-gloss lacquer. Always surprising in his designs, the artist was the winner of the Peugeot Design Awards. He is active in the (more…)

Make jewelry from junk

October 20th, 2011 - 


 

What do you need? Some junk, for sure. Use some old credit cards or phone cards. In fact, any plastic will do. You will need some scissors, rulers, markers, a drill and a needle. You can make any shape you want. Below you can find an example of an accessory made out of rectangle shapes. First you cut the shapes you want, then you should soften them a little bit by using a sandpaper. Adjust the size and the number of each tile in (more…)