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Wall Decals, Prints and Illustrations for Kids Rooms

Fiona Lang from Kindergallery wrote to me today about her online art gallery for children. Kindergallery is an online gallery store offering the best art and design works for children from leading artists around the world. The Kindergallery online shop offers original paintings, limited edition works, prints, stretched canvases, box art, photographic works, felt design […]

Adjustable Dining Table by Draenert

The Poggenpohl adjustable dining table is designed by Draenert and is made of natural stone or MDF-veneer. Unlike other expandable dining tables, which tend to offer standard flaps on either side, the Poggenpohl pulls apart from the middle. This feature greatly increases the surface area of the table whilst also providing a view of interesting […]

Concept House of the Future That Runs on Spinach

As global warming takes effect, and we have to think of more environmentally friendly ways to live our hectic lives, people are increasingly thinking of new ways to accomplish this effort. Check out this new concept home by Cradle 2 Cradle. It has a photosynthetic, phototropic spinach skin surface and a vegetated roof system that […]

Truly Personalized Unique Custom Art from DNA 11

DNA 11 is a service that creates an abstract and original piece of artwork from a simple sample of your DNA. Each piece of DNA’s art is unique, as it illustrates your very own DNA make up. Using science and art cleverly combined, DNA11 collect a saliva sample from each client which is then delivered […]

Modern DS 166 Leather Armchair

The DS -166 leather armchair is designed by Hugo de Ruiter for DeSede. The original idea was based on an artistic principle, yet without neglect of functionality. The outer form of the armchair has all the quality of a sculpture thanks to its upward tapering lines. This in turn results not from a mere whim […]

63.02° house by Schemata Architecture Office

The 63.02° house was designed by Schemata Architecture Office, a house built at 63.02° to the road. The house in Nakana, Tokyo, was completed in December and has a floor space of 71.4 m2. Sharp angels are everywhere on this one of a kind rentable home that seems to have carved a place in the […]

Table with Chairs that Saves Space in the Dining Room

Saving of space and low visual impact is the proposal of Marta Antoszkiewicz with Kitchenette, a Seth of dining room table and chairs with an urban and minimalista design. The four chairs adjust to the cleared edges of the table, forming a compact block when it is not necessary his use, offering this way a […]

Interview with Mehdi Mojtabavi – The Love Mattress Designer

In December 2007 we presented on Freshome an interesting product that a lot of people liked. That poduct is called the Love Mattress. I also liked this product so much that I’ve decided to contact Mehdi Mojtabavi, the designer of this innovative matress for an interview, and here it is, plus pictures at a higher […]

Freshome Readers Survery

Today I thogut to post a little survery for my readers, to find out how many people that are reading this blog are female, and how many are males. Your response to this survey will play an important role in determining the procent of males vs females that are reading this blog. I never know […]

Better View Curtain

Better View is is a series of perforated black out roller blinds designed by Finnish designer Elina Aalto of Fiasko Design. Light seeps in through the small cut out holes creating an image of a city by night. The cut-outs represent the light in the windows of apartment buildings and office complexes in the city. […]

Sustainable Luxury Living : Aura at Camelback

Sustainable living in the desert can be a bit of a challenge (swimming pools and air conditioning are a fact of life) but the residents of the new Aura Development in Phoenix will be able to enjoy green living and a nice bit of luxury. The Aura at Camelback will be a sustainable luxury-living development […]

Modern House uses Water Tank to Hold up Roof

The Cape Schank House in Victoria, Australia designed by Paul Morgan Architects is a great example of integrated sustainable technology in residences. The most interesting thing at this house is the water tank, the ceiling wraps down to an internal water tank. The tank cools the ambient air temperature of the living room during summer, […]

Rainbow Bookshelf

Over the time you’ve seen a lot of bookshelves on Freshome, but what I’ve found today is really impressive. I was browsing Flickr and I found this beautiful example of organizing books by color and the smart guy that managed to do it, is user chotda. This is a very good way of changing the […]

All the Furniture You Need in a Little Box

CASULO is a complete set of room furniture designed by Marcel Krings & Sebastian Mühlhäuser, which can be set up in less than ten minutes and later disassembled and repacked like a standard Euro pallet of 80 cm by 120 cm. No tools are needed in the process. In the first picture this set of […]

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