Friday, July 30, 2010

Wooden Chair with a Secret Drawer

Moheli Wooden Chairwith drawer is an interesting idea, and is a great piece of furniture especially if you want a piece of furniture with secret drawers or compartments. The secret drawer that is placed under the chair can be used to hide your personal belongings from your guests eyes and also have them readily available at your fingertips when your need them. Just don’t place heavy objects is this drawer, because if you’ll have to move the chair then you’ll have troubles with the extra weight.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

SheetseatSheetseat designed by Ufuk Keskin. Poduced from a sheet of plywood and can be folded back to it’s flat form with only 3/4″ thickness. It was exhibited at IDSA’s Equilateral duringNew York Design Week.
“Produced by cutting a sheet of plywood, the chair can be folded flat with 3/4″ thickness. Easy production and minimal assemled volume saves labor & energy for production and transportation.”
Really good design, only wish it is strong enough for use.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

The Radiator Chair: Steam Heat Seat

“Made from 80 year old radiators, this chair is surprisingly comfortable.” That just may be the case, since the Radiator Chair looks unsurprisingly UNcomfortable. It also looks somewhat out of place among the traditionally styled offerings at the Barrymore Furniture Galleries in Toronto… until you glance at the $1,430 written on the price tag. The Radiator Chair comes with an optional companion piece: a $1,200 end table that sports a red valve handle on one front leg. Don’t turn it, whatever you do!

Monday, July 12, 2010

Muti Functional Armchair

At Freshome we really enjoy furniture that can twist, bend or turn, to get a new shape for different purposes. Take the Huggy armchairfor example. Normally it has a mattress that is wrapped inside a small cylindrical wooden base, like the ice cream in a cone, to form a 77 x 60 x 60 cm comfortable armchair. However if you need to come up with a solution, if your friends decided to stay overnight, you can change it into an extra bed. Just unscrew the base and roll the mattress on the floor, you’ll have a 190 x 120 cm perfect bed.
The Huggy armchair can even be changed into a small table. Turn the base upside-down and voila, you have a 60 cm diameter, 40 cm height and 12 cm thick, useful night table. It shouldn’t be very expensive and could easily be done by yourself if you have some time to kill.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Space-Saving Modular Kitchen Cabinets

This isn’t just a chic, simple set of black and silver kitchen cabinets. It’s actually a dynamic system that can be adjusted to the user’s needs, with each individual unit sliding up and down on wall tracks to create a variety of configurations.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Fold-Out Table is Kitchen Island & Work Surface in One

Especially when entertaining, it can seem as if there’s never enough space in the kitchen. That’s where fold-out work surfaces really come in handy, as in this elegant white kitchen island. It starts out as a simple box, but once opened, it reveals plenty of cooking and cutting surfaces, storage space and sinks.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Multi Functional Furniture

If you are a big fan of multi functional furniture, then you might like Colico Designingenious idea named Tao. The main attribute of the Tao is its ability to transform into different looks and in effect different pieces of furniture. The Tao can be transformed from two chaise lounges to a double bed with a simple reposition of the loungers, as you can see in the pictures attached below. This piece of furniture allows you to free up the space in your living room quickly and then when your finished, put it back together. In conclusion Tao is a great option for those who like to change up the design of their room, quickly and easily.