Invisible Shelf

Invisible Shelf – seen & unseen.


Hidden behind your favorite novels, the invisible shelf the eschews the traditional ‘actually there’ shelf for a pared down look that lets your books seemingly float in mid-air. With a powdercoated finish the actual shelves themselves are easy to install. Once set up, the invisible shelves will be one product you love…

scoop and close cafe clip

Scoop and Close


The scoop and close cafe clip by KIKKERLAND is a great way to keep your coffee fresh. The beechwood scoop holds just the right amount for one cup of your favorite blend, and then when your done lives with your coffee by clipping to the top of the bag and…

Paper Lamp Shades

Paper Lamp Shades – folded Paper shapes


These origami paper lamp shades by TWRe-Born bring colorful geometric shapes to your ceilings. The are available in a large range of colors, from pastels to darker tones and brights. The paper lamp shades are folded with thick paper that would look best paired with cloth cord. TWRe-born’s paper lampshades…

Hanger Chair by Umbra Shift

Hanger Chair


 The trials of apartment living. When you live in a 400 sq ft box, visitors end up perched on the edge of tables, foot cushions and window ledges. Montreal designer Philippe Malouin, put on his Swedish furniture store thinking cap, and has created a chair that mimics the coathanger.  The…

SpreadTHAT! Bread and butterknife

SpreadTHAT! butterknife


Combing super efficient heat conducting properties with ‘cutting’ edge design, SpreadTHAT! warms up in seconds after being picked up. It works by spreading the heat from your hand along it’s blade, making spreading cold refrigerated butter a breeze. No batteries, and dishwasher safe, this redesign of the butterknife will cut…

Sweeper and Funnel by MENU

Sweeper and Funnel


Simple minimal design that works hard. It seems the Scandinavians can do no wrong when it comes to engineering thought provoking, clean design. This two piece dustpan elegantly forms harmony as one piece as the handle of the sweeper slides inline within the handle of the funnel. The funnel itself…

Geometric glass terrarium

Geometric glass terrarium


These pyramidal geometric glass terrarium sculptures are the work of Matthew Cleland, a self described hermit who works out of his studio Score+Solder in British Columbia. These metal and glass sculptures make bold striking homes for cacti, succulents, and air plants, that would look good in the home or workplace…

fish tank herb garden

Fish tank herb garden by AquaFarm


AquaFarm lets you create your very own ecosystem, with your very own fish tank herb garden. Aquaponics, the science behind the water garden, is the relationship between aquaculture ( fish cultivation) and hydroponics (growing plants without soil), it allows good bacteria to convert toxic ammonia-rich fish poop into nitrates, which…


Thin Black Table by Nendo


Seemingly suspended in air, the ‘thin black table’ mimics an artists sketchpad. Initially launched as part of the ‘thin black lines’ collection as part of the 2010 London design festival, this piece has been shrunk down from it’s original yet impractical gallery size, for the home. The thin black table’s offset…


Eames plastic side chair


The chair also comes in two upholstered versions, full and seat cover, which means you can tailor the chairs for different settings; Kitchen & patio or dining & living. Surprisingly the original chair was designed as part of a lowcost design competition, but being such a classic it now pushes…