• Hexagonal Modular Felt Rug
     
    April 28th, 2010
     
    Hexagonal. Modular. Felt. Rug. I'm sort of speechless. There's not a lot of background info on this whole series (there's vases and bowls too that I'll post separately), but apparently ...
     
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  • Pebble Eraser
     
    April 21st, 2010
     
    As you use this 'edgy' eraser, it becomes rounder like a pebble. The many edges give you a sharper point to erase, making it easier to use than normal erasers. ...
     
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  • Geo Planters
     
    April 9th, 2010
     
    I really love these hand-cast planters by Kelly Lamb. It's quite an interesting mix of materials and textures; they're cast in concrete for an industrial feel but have a smooth ...
     
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  • Foldschool DIY Cardboard Furniture
     
    April 8th, 2010
     
    Foldschool is a project from designer Nicola Enrico Stšubli, which provides you with free downloadable patterns to create your own folding cardboard furniture for kids. Just follow the instructions ...
     
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  • Catcher by formfreunde
     
    November 7th, 2009
     
    Check out this odd trapezoidal wall storage 'catcher'. I'm not quite sure how it attaches to the wall or how much weight it holds, so you might ask before you ...
     
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  • Faceted Lamp
     
    July 15th, 2008
     
    This looks a little lopsided, which may be a little unsettling after a while, but I do really like all the facets. A new angle on illumination. Resin base, white ...
     
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  • Innermost Asteroid Lamp
     
    May 1st, 2008
     
    I'm really liking this faceted lamp, especially because it can function as table or floor lighting- take your pick. "An angular plastic encased light, the Asteroid is a unique floor, ...
     
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  • Panton Dodecahedron Candleholder – Set/2
     
    October 2nd, 2007
     
    Who would have thought dodecahedrons could be so pretty? Well, Mr. Verner Panton, of course. "...set of two candleholders was designed by Verner Panton in the 1960s. The clear glass ...
     
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  • Ast√©ro√Įde Vase
     
    October 2nd, 2007
     
    I'm not a big "vase" person (prounounced either way), but this one is amazing. I've seen it before*, but I don't think it was in the context of something that ...
     
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