Nobody likes Mondays.
So to soothe the pain of leaving the weekend behind, let’s look at elephants, bubbles, and tables that are not what they seem.
Let’s dive in, shall we?
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Sleep alongside elephants in these fascinating ‘jungle bubbles’
These transparent bubbles are part of the Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort located in the heart of northern Thailand’s jungle. Offering 22 square meters of indoor space, the ‘bubbles’ have a bedroom and a living room. The non-transparent parts of the bubble contain private areas, like an ensuite shower.
This stainless steel straw holder you can keep on the countertop
Get your knife block a new partner. The ‘Straw Dock’ can hold 12 reusable straws at once. With a nifty cutout in the middle, it helps dry the straws quicker and more efficiently. Plus, the maple wood body makes it a winner for every design-oriented kitchen dweller.
This projector creates an in-depth illusion of a window on your wall
Meet the ‘Reveal’ lighting system from Adam Frank Incorporated. It can project an imaginary window on your walls using multi-plane analog images that create a real sense of depth. It also includes 5 slides of different styles of windows you can project on the walls.
This Unidentified Flowering Object hanging planter from Firebox
Instead of little green men, this UFO houses little green plants. Needless to say, this interstellar planter is out of this world. And its ‘flying’ presence will constantly remind you that the truth is out there.
IKEA’s Borstad collection takes a deep dive into traditional cleaning
“Old, not outdated” perfectly describes the newly announced BORSTAD collection from Ikea. Heavily inspired by rustic traditions, you’ll be able to get to your spring cleaning in style with a hint of nostalgia. BORSTAD collection comes out in February 2020.
‘The Little Library’ concept from Antireality
Imagine taking a literal climb toward knowledge. ‘The Little Library’ is a futuristic, ‘pixelated’ building concept from Antireality. What makes this concept truly extraordinary is the entrance – there’s no front porch, just a ladder. At least, you get an incredible view for all of your climbing trouble.
This elegant dining table that transforms into a pool table
In this house, we dine and we pool.
Belgium-based manufacturer, Fusion Tables, make these unique dining tables that are a bit more fun than you might expect. After a hearty dinner, you can take off the top of the table to enjoy a friendly game pool.
And now, it’s time for some product finds of the week
This charming mountain shelf
This container that keeps the herbs fresh for 2-3 weeks longer
These clip-on shelf dividers that keep stacks of clothes from collapsing
This heated table/blanket for working, eating, and sleeping
These gorgeous rustic ceramic spoons
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