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October 15, 2015
Soft furniture by Studio Dewi van de Klomp
Soft furniture by Studio Dewi van de Klomp

Made of foam, these cabinets and shelves look like they are about to collapse under their own weight. These furniture will move right and left, have weak legs, and look overally not practical, but they still stand and can be used in real life. It was created by Dutch studio Dewi van de Klomp.

October 11, 2015
Glass displays that turn your fruits into sculptures
Glass displays that turn your fruits into sculptures

Italian design studio Fabrica invited young designers to work on the “Tutti Frutti” project. They created a series of glass displays that make fruit serving a new form of art.

October 8, 2015
A shelf that changes appearance depending on your point of view
A shelf that changes appearance depending on your point of view

This unusual shelf was designed by Charles Kalpakian, a Lebanese designer based in France. After working for prestigious designers like Ora Ito, he started freelancing and projects inspired by his background: a mix of France, Lebanon, and street art. Looking at the results, I’d say it’s a pretty cool mix. Titled Rocky, this cabinet plays […]

October 3, 2015
These stickers will turn your doors into cute animals
These stickers will turn your doors into cute animals

If you have kids, and even if you don’t, you may have wondered how to add more cuteness to your home decoration. You may already have tried all kinds of things, like getting a cat, owning a panda mug, or decorating your room with a Hello Kitty poster, but you probably didn’t think of getting […]

October 2, 2015
The cutest animal pottery by Marta Turowska
The cutest animal pottery by Marta Turowska

The clay bowls and plates that you’ll see in this post may not be the most beautiful, the best crafted, or the coolest ones, but at that level of cuteness no one really cares anymore. These unique handcrafted clay tableware can be puchased on Clay Opera, the Etsy shop of Marta Turowska, a talented Polish designer. […]

October 1, 2015
When design meets cardboard, a collection of cool stuff made of cardboard
When design meets cardboard, a collection of cool stuff made of cardboard

Cardboard is not the most noble material in ordinary people’s minds, but modern designers have learned to overcome this and work with it because it’s a sustainable, strong, and flexible material. In this post we have compiled a collection of awesome designs made of cardboard. ReCompute: the cardboard computer ReCompute is the result of Brenden Macaluso’s […]

Functional sculptures by Sebastian ErraZuriz
Functional sculptures by Sebastian ErraZuriz

At the intersection between art, interior design, and generally cool stuff, you’ll find New York based artist Sebastian ErraZuriz. We’ve already featured a couple of his cabinets on Designer Daily, but this time we’d like to focus on his awesome functional sculptures. As their name suggest, these pieces are meant to be a sculpture that will […]

September 25, 2015
Luna, a lamp designed to look like the moon
Luna, a lamp designed to look like the moon

With all the talks on media about red moons and lunar eclipse, it seems like the right time to share this awesome IndieGogo project on Designer Daily. Luna is a gorgeous lamp that will bring the moon into your house and brighten up your nights. It comes in many sizes and can be used as […]

September 24, 2015
Flat lamps that pretend to be tri-dimensional
Flat lamps that pretend to be tri-dimensional

These lamps look like quite regular lamps, just with a more modern look and feel, but there is actually a twist in their design. These lamps are flat and trick your eye with their wire structure to make you believe that they are tri-dimensional. Studio Cheba created these space saving lamps and got the project […]

September 20, 2015
A table that can contract and expand
A table that can contract and expand

If you don’t have too much space in your home, you probably also love this kind of furniture that can adapt to the circumstances. Let’s say you don’t really need a big table in your living room when you are home alone, but you do when you have guests. Then the Sinan Table designed by […]

September 8, 2015
Learning the fundamentals of interior design
Learning the fundamentals of interior design

It’s been a long time coming. Over the past 15 years we have seen Australians become more involved in DIY projects and an increased focus on the interior design enhancement that they are making to their homes. This trend has surged with the popularity of shows such as ‘The Block’ and ‘Reno Rumble’ where ordinary […]

August 25, 2015
Milo lamp by Lightovo
Milo lamp by Lightovo

This lamp is a subtle mix of transparency, elegance, and clever design. Milo is a creation by Lightovo, an interior and product design company from Poland. The gorgeous glass shade can contain a small or medium-sized lamp to connect you with nature and further decorate your home. With Milo, you can have a tiny “greenhouse” […]

August 14, 2015
A carpet that hooks up to your radiator
A carpet that hooks up to your radiator

At first look, this round carpet designed by Studio Siem & Pabon could pass as a regular carpet. If you take a closer look, you can see that it can be hooked to your heating system to make the carpet warm. When I saw this, I first thought that it would be pretty cool if […]

August 2, 2015
Nooks: unique handmade dollhouses
Nooks: unique handmade dollhouses

Janine Rewell is an illustrator from Finland. Based in Helsinki, she is easy to recognize with her cool, geometric and colorful illustrations. From newspapers to art galleries, but also in advertising on on human skin, you can find her drawings pretty much anywhere. She has received many awards in national and international competitions, such as […]

July 19, 2015
A responsive planter that grows with your plants
A responsive planter that grows with your plants

Responsive design is a term usually used for web design, to mention websites that are crafted in a way that makes the content adapt to the device or screen size. This planter imagined by Studio Ayaskan is more about the device adapting its size to the content, given that plants grow over time (if everything […]