South African designer Haldane Martin has devised a solution for would-be gardeners with limited yard space. His urban planter prototype allows city dwellers – or really, anyone with meager outdoor space – to grow plants and vegetables.
The design of the Wallflower was inspired by bees’ honeycomb. It’s a modular system of three different sized hexagonal planters that scale your wall and create a cool design while growing plants and fresh veggies.
Take a look at this 3-dimensional optical illusion bookshelf. It’s a real product. How did they do that?
The Australian firm ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects designed this bookshelf called the “Bias of Thoughts”. If you look at it very closely, you might notice two subtly slanted bars that trick the eye. Pretty cool. And you thought it couldn’t be built
Are you ready for some basketball? Starting today, you can get your fill of college hoops on TV, but how about adding some basketball spirit into your decor in honor of March Madness?
Young fans are sure to swoon over this awesome kid’s bedroom dedicated to sports. With its own mini basketball court, punching bag and climbing wall it is sure to thrill little athletes.
Plain white roller shades can be so dull, but this DIY project can really add personality and pop to your window treatments. I love that you can customize stencils to create a unique design.
All you need is some paint and a stencil design to spice up your existing vinyl roller shade. This project is definitely an inexpensive way to change up your window treatments. You could pair it with some curtains or a valance or you could totally leave the shade hanging alone.