Get inspired by great furniture design.
Do you like cats? I like cats, and I’d be happy to have a table where cats could play. That’s exactly what LYCS Architecture thought, so they created the CAT table, a table designed with a built-in playground for cats.
A furniture system thought by Erik Olovsson & Kyuhyung Cho. It lets you create your own furniture with 25 blocks of furniture.
Designer duo Naoki Ono and Yuuki Yamamoto designed this interesting carpet that can be used as a chair. Pretty cool for small space appartments. Via Spoon & Tamago.
Ever wondered how you could repurpose some old suitcases? In this post you can see some examples that are much better than simply throwing it away.
A great concept of rolling carpet that can also serve as a bench/stool. 5-5 Design Studio created the perfect furniture for families or people with little space.
Jared Rusten has been creating high end solid-wood furniture since 2002. In a world dominated by IKEA, it’s good to see people spending time and effort to create beautiful, compelling, singular, and enduring objects..
Some street signs repurposed by Texas-based artist Tim Delger. The designs are quite simple, but would definitly look great in a industrial type of interior design.
The Murakami lamp uses advanced nano-technology to create energy from the rocking motion. I’d be curious to see it work in real, but the concept definitly kicks ass.