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Daily Archives: April 12, 2012

Mutation by Maarten De Ceulaer

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Mutation by Maarten De Ceulaer

What’s with this trend of posting design-y things that are kind of cool but also kind of creepy we’ve got going on this week? No comment. Just came across designer Maarten De Ceulaer’s “Mutation” furniture series. Kind of looks like he stuck a bunch of plastic furniture into a giant — Continue reading

No tools/skills needed DIY: Thumbtack art

Categories: DIY + How To
No tools/skills needed DIY: Thumbtack art

That’s right! Forget the need for any tools (maybe a hammer at the most with this project) and forget having to possess any real sort of skill. Yes, you can create some neat art just using some thumbtacks and a design. In this project we spotted on Things Bright, they — Continue reading

Eskayel’s new Poolside collection!

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects, News + Events + Contests
Eskayel’s new Poolside collection!

Our love for Eskayel — that hip Brooklyn-based studio helmed by creative and talented artist and designer Shanan Campanaro — only grows stronger and stronger. After releasing the new Poolside Collection, we might have to run away to a tropical island and live our days out surrounded by their pitch-perfect, — Continue reading

Future tech: Smart Brick by Tingwei Duan

Categories: Local + Travel
Future tech: Smart Brick by Tingwei Duan

We can’t wait to see what buildings and furniture looks like in the future, not just because there will undoubtably be cool designs, but because we’ll have a whole host of really rockin’ cool and futuristic materials to play with! A case of the future hitting a little early: Tingwei — Continue reading

Modern/eclectic: Urbanspace Interiors’ Westlake Residence

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Modern/eclectic: Urbanspace Interiors’ Westlake Residence

Urbanspace Interiors¬†over in Austin, Texas ( an awesome retail store/interior design firm) hit another one out of the ball park with their Westlake Residence. A mix of modern lines, we enjoy all the heavy, natural wood elements that really anchor the living room space of this home. Pattern is played — Continue reading