why didn't I think this before


get inside

Ulrike Acker and Malte Nisch @ bOmb design

These young designers of  bOmb design based in Berlin are doing the rethinking and coming up with new and obvious interpretations of everyday objects.

Why didn’t I think this before- I am sure we all are going to ask this question while looking at this clever get inside blanket. Your cold feet can immediately slip into the warmth of a pocket on the inside of the blanket. Left hand has a glove of its own and the right hand can come out through this hole to hold whatever you want to hold and slip right back inside No freezing, no chattering and no uncomfortable body blanket maneuvering.


Why cushions have to be of particular shapes only? Ergonomically shaped cushions which flow with body shape and answer a particular need is what the designers have produced in these get down cushions. It is a collection giving you all cozy solutions.

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seat on window sill


Fabian Baumann, Sönke Hoof and Andrea Wald @ Formfjord

Either it is fun or utterly functional. A few everyday things are thought differently or made to work extra mile for you. These are few simple and brilliant designs from Berlin based Formfjord  Team.

The above image is a vase- blumenbett

Why flowers always have to stand -the designers ask.

A vase for flowers to lie made of coated and veneer shell and oiled oak. The flowers emerge from the concave and convex surface opening.




The rope binds very tightly this table’s legs, frame and table top. Just loosen the rope and you can remove the tabletop and can change its look by replacing it with textile or paper.


light brick

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bottled creations


 Designer Kiki van Eijk                         bottled lamp

Take glass bottles of medieval times, create patterns inspired by the scenery around the table and kitchen of that period and turn it into lamps. Yes, that is what Dutch designer Kiki van Eijk has done. And the result is these pieces which are stunningly beautiful, historical, and timeless!

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chess designs


Designer Joost van Bleiswijk                     chess-game

Dutch designer Joost van Bleiswijk made this Chess game which comes with 686 pieces that slot into each other to make 32 chess pieces out of polished stainless steel.

I love this game and this set!

Another Dutch designer who share workspace ( thier companies and collections are different.) with Joost van Bleiswijk is going to be featured in next post!

yoga loft


David G. Blanco and William Jurberg @ Billy Blanco Designs

The cleanliness of every corner speaks loudly that it is modern minimalism at its best.


Spaces expand and contract through the use of semi transparent and transparent materials like glass and fabric that allow light to flow naturally and facilitate ventilation.


The white, oversized mirrors and vaulted ceilings are in profusion.



But the balance, illumination and austerity it reflects may be reasons why it is called Yoga loft!




And now you see why indeed it is called yoga loft! (Thank you David for this image.)