Friday, 16 May 2008

Space saving sticker lamp

"Tall &Tiny are two sticker-lamps in Vinyl foil, that answer the desire/need for home furniture while considering the problem of ever-decreasing living space." - alice rosignoli


Silicone Poach Pods

This is going under my kitchen wishList! Those lovely color pod is going to give poach egg a justice .'> Like what George Bernard Shaw said, “Although i cannot lay an egg, I am a very good judge of omelettes.” Thanks to those pods & marcia, eggs now look lovely. Check-out her food & recipe page .
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Colors of recycle

Who would imagine this is what u get from recycling old furnitures? These unique contemporary pieces of love anna james are transformation from twentieth century furnitures.

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Thursday, 15 May 2008

Bountiful of playful cushion cover

1 designer + 1 graphic artist = plenty beautifully design cushion covers. Claire Eglizeaud and Paul Moreau from Bordeaux developped "Bonjour mon coussin" in 2007 with a wide range of designer cushion cover to match your interior. These cushion covers are compatible with the IKEA standard sizes (35X35, 50X50, 72X72 cms) or you can order the complete cushion set.

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A gift of /Lambda/ -Packaging to die for o1

This makes a beautiful gift.
I can't clearify on the ultra premium extra virgin olive oil part (because i have not been near what more taste this exclusive product) but I definitely agree with it is the most stunning olive oil in the world."to determine purity is to respect nature's values" Speiron Company, is what that makes this beautiful and rare extra virgin olive oil, an award-winning Kritsa region of Crete, Greece.
Considered as the one of the best olive oil in the world, /Lambda/ is produce under the exclusive method of common pressing. To ensure flovour of intense freshness & fruitiness in /Lambda/, the olives are pressed in the maximum of 10 hours after the picking and speiron suggest to consume it in a shortest period possible in order to preserved it from oxidation.

The perfectionist behind the scene: Giorgos Kolliopoulos


Monday, 12 May 2008

Zoo on the bookshelves?

Animal index. Hiroshi sasagawa introduces animal silhouttes, something different for a typical books divider.