Come on in, come on in! We’ve got shark hairdryers, waffles, and convertible furniture.
This week has, indeed, been bountiful.
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So grab a bowl of soup and let’s start scrolling!
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This jaws-dropping hair dryer that looks like a shark fin
It’s not often that a product concept makes you go ‘huh’. Who would’ve thought that a hairdryer can be shaped like a shark fin and look good at the same time?
Designed by Sangheum Park, this hairdryer is a ‘JAWS’-dropping addition to any bathroom. The base, inspired by waves, also acts as a stand for the dryer which is great for those who never can find a proper place even for their regular hairdryer.
Although this unique concept was created for kids, I can bet that any adult wouldn’t say ‘no’ to having this little guy in their bathroom.
This ‘Patchwork’ modular furniture that combines a closet, room divider, shelving, and more
Meet ‘Patchwork’ from Giulia Pesce and Ruggero Bastita. It’s an ingenious piece of furniture designed to create your own personal nook in any open space.
There are plenty of ways to create privacy in a room and ‘Patchwork’ is one of the most unique takes on the topic. Shaped like a room divider, it includes a small closet, clothes rack, room for shelving and even a place for hooks or post-it notes.
It’s a great idea for dorms, hostels, shelters, and other cohabitation spaces.
This 2-in-1 dustpan from Eva Solo that looks like part of the decor
Usually, we don’t proudly display our cleaning tools. They’re clunky, come in weird colors, and are hard to find a place for.
So ‘Sweep’ takes care of all of these problems. This compact 2-in-1 dustpan and broom combo is the most elegant cleaning tool you’ll ever see.
The circular shape splits in two, revealing silicone bristles to allow for gathering debris and dust. But once you’re done, you can hang it on the wall for all to behold and admire.
This electric stove from Hu Cheung that looks like a retro vinyl record player
It’s high time stoves got a visual redesign.
Just take a look at this concept design from Hu Cheung. It looks sleek, modern, with a dash of retro nostalgia added to the mix. It’s an electric stove that looks like a vinyl record player – an unlikely pairing with a stunning result.
It even has a fun gimmick – you have to slide the tonearm to the side in order to turn on a stove.
This waffle maker that makes building bricks for a breakfast masterpiece
Challenge your architectural abilities while eating the most important meal of the day.
This waffle maker from ‘That’s Amazing’ cooks waffles that are shaped like building bricks. The building bricks come in many shapes and sizes that you can use to build the tastiest looking condo. Or a cabin. Or a whole waffle-freaking palace.
It’s a great gadget for kids, parents, creative adults, waffle- and LEGO-lovers. In short, it’s for everyone.
And now let’s look at some interesting product finds of the week
This foldable rowing machine that also allows you to do crunches, push-ups, and ab exercises
This funky chair that unfolds into a bed for one
This wall-mounted folding desk that takes up little to no space
This stovetop cover that gives you a bit more work surface in the kitchen
This space-saving patio furniture you can set up on a balcony
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P.S. This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase after clicking a link like that, I’ll earn a small commission (at no additional cost to you) to feed the bottomless pit that is my cat.