stuff we drool about

Egg Chair | By Arne Jacobsen

The Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen is one of those timeless pieces of furniture we drool about. Itīs minimal design dates back to 1958, and features fluid and curved lines. "The Egg" is a modern furniture icon, both functional and beautiful...and, it would look great in our living room.



egg-chair-arne-jacobsen-2.jpg | Image

egg-chair-arne-jacobsen-3.jpg | Image

egg-chair-arne-jacobsen-4.jpg | Image

egg-chair-arne-jacobsen-5.jpg | Image

CARDBOARD SAFARI | Image

CARDBOARD SAFARI

Cardboard Safari creates these cool animal-friendly and recyclable cardboard trophies. Made from environmentally friendly, recycled cardboard, the beautifully laser cut wall decorations are a striking visual statement, they are available in brown and white and a variety of sizes. These unique animal busts are actually large puzzles that you put together, each is formed by interlocking pieces of cardboard that are laser cut for a precision fit, ensuring that construc...
read more
PLUM LIGHTPAD | Image

PLUM LIGHTPAD

Plum Lightpad is a new product that lets you smartly manage the lights at your home or office, it connects through the existing Wi-Fi network and also provides info on the energy consumption or even if one of your bulbs has burned and needs to be replaced. The app that comes with it also has some preset modes that you can customize to best fit your lighting needs, schedule its use and save some money on the process. Get your lights on just before getting home, dim t...
read more
RoadHaus Wedge | Image

RoadHaus Wedge

The tiny house trend is officially here to stay. Tiny houses are relatively easy to build and move from place to place, and many people are rejecting more spacious dwellings in favor of pared-down, efficient homes. The new RoadHaus is a refined version of the company’s popular 400 square foot Wedge model. The RoadHaus Wedge (offered at 160 to 240 sf) is a smaller yet refined version at a fraction of the cost. It comes standard with a covered outdoor deck that increa...
read more