LOVE this wood mirror

Creative and Beautiful Wood and Mirror. This is an interesting use of wood which is twinned with a mirror. This is taking a different view to wood and allows it to merge differently within the interior.

Awesome hammock

Hammock bed - this gave me an idea. wouldnt it be fun (if i was rich) to have a huge kids playroom with a built in indoor trampoline for the kids to jump! (kinda like where this hammock is- floor level- but tramp! I want this one day :)

Love this desk style- especially the mint color on the bottom and the two tier shelf

Gramercy Park Townhouse in New York City, Designed by Architecture Firm Fractal Construction

Lukas Peet, Hanging Light.  Beautiful design

Canadian designer Lukas Peet has created the Hanging Light, using an energy efficient fluorescent bulb. A Pendant light that literally hangs from its electrical cord. The light is available in either pale textured yellow or 24 karat gold leaf.

Townhouse in New York City


Townhouse on the upper east side in New York City, 6 bedrooms, baths, 6500 square feet + 5 stories


Cute powder room sink, but you still need a mirror. I would totally paint the stuff sitting on the sink ledge though.

Wood L-Slab Pedestal and Bronze Zen Vessel from Stone Forest

Stone Forest Wood L-Slab Pedestal Only, Stone Forest Stone Forest Sink sold seperately.

31 Dream Houses In The Woods. I could see myself reading on that couch along the window.

Batangas House by Chut Cuerva and Tisha de Borja

Architect Chut Cuerva has sent us images of the house he designed (with Tisha de Borja) for himself and his family in Batangas, Philippines. The Batangas House is a bright, airy and open home with …

The Andes House is a group of Chilean designers who develop furniture, lighting, accessories, and architectural products. Released as prototypes last year, this series of plates, dishes and mugs are each made from a single pieces of wood by Mapuche artisans.

Carved Wooden Bowls and Plates by The Andes House

The Andes House - Las Doce is a line of household products such as dishes, plates, and mugs. Made from single pieces of wood, Mapuche artisans work on the exterior face of the product through.