Best of the week is back with bang!
We’ve got some ingenious transforming furniture, bulldog lamps, cat mazes, and collapsing bathtubs.
Let’s take a look at what this week has brought us!
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This wall sconce that looks like an English Bulldog hungry for light bulbs
Our love for dogs is sometimes hard to contain so why not just let it shine. From a wall sconce.
This wall-mounted lamp is shaped to look like a ferocious bulldog that took a bite out of your light fixture. The lightbulb wires might look frayed but they still miraculously work. Despite being caught in the powerful jaw of an English Bulldog.
The wall sconce comes in two color options and is small enough to look organic in almost any room setting.
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This bed frame that houses a cat maze underneath
If you have a cat in an apartment then you know that you need to “catify” your apartment to keep your feline happy. That means, among other things, that they need to be provided with plenty of entertainment. Fortunately, this bed can serve as a whole entertainment complex your cat has never even dared to dream of.
This bed frame features a unique labyrinth designed specifically for cats. Ironically, it looks like a rat maze with multiple corners and hoops for your kitty to explore. So while you’re getting a good night’s rest, your cat can go on an adventure of its life.
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This folding table that transforms into a foam bed
Living comfortably in a small space requires some creativity. And French creator Matali Crasset is here to deliver on that.
This folding table entitled “Sweet Talk and Dream” converts into a comfortable foam bed. It is a great piece of multipurpose furniture that you can add to your living room or even a makeshift guest room.
You can enjoy a cup of tea at the table while resting on the foam cushions. When the time comes, simply remove the table, unfold the seats, and voilà – you’ve got yourself an extra sleeping space.
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These hanging lounge chairs bringing awareness to endangered animals
Who wouldn’t want to blissfully float above ground in one of these animal-inspired lounge chairs?
One of the most creative furniture series, these chairs are part of an art collection by South African designer Porky Hefer. Designed in collaboration with SFA Advisory in New York City and Southern Guild in Cape Town, it showcases endangered species of animals that need to be protected around the world.
You can find out more about this project by following the link below.
This Hasu Japanese-inspired table with hidden chairs & transforming tabletop
Created by Dietermortelmans Design Studio, this Japanese-inspired tea table is like a puzzle that keeps on giving.
Elegant and minimalist, this tea table delivers a surprising amount of functionality to your small living space. At first glance, it looks like an art piece or a fire pit.
But look closer and you’ll see that the base of the table hides 4 seats and the tabletop unfolds to reveal everything you need for a proper tea ceremony. This includes a kettle, 4 cups, and a heating element.
But wait! There’s more…
This boho mirror with a natural seagrass border
This portable folding bathtub
‘Wore it once, don’t want to hang it back up’ hamper bag
This soft nursery rug that looks like a bear
This taco dish towel that has seen better days
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