How do you guys like this Mona Lisa folding chair? You could put it on your wall, or sit on it! I really like it, weird as it is, it catches my eye. The frame is so cool! Created by Korean designer Kwang Hoo Lee, you can read more about it here on CubeMe.
I just love this gorgeous antique lotto game that Black White Yellow found! The wood tiles are so cool, and I really like the font that the numbers are printed in! What a find! It reminds me that I’m way overdue for another thrift store shopping trip…
I’m really digging this idea from fra(a)iing! She used water, glitter, some small cute jars, some plastic animals and waterproof glue to make these snow globes! You could really go wild with this idea, and put sequins, little jewelry or all kinds of things in a snow globe! I love it!
I love these wallpapers! They’re by Trove Design out of New York City, which is a two man team that favors a more natural and unaltered look in wallpaper. I feel like these wallpapers would look good in any room of the home – but my favorite is the moths, extra-perfect for a bedroom!
Read and see more on Yatzer.
This sideboard is so cool! You scratch words or drawings onto it, and it glows for you all night, displaying your creativity! By the next day it’s faded and ready for your next artwork! I would stare at something like this all night…
Via good old CubeMe.
Nguyen La Chanh created this completely awesome bath mat with the hopes of finding “a new way of having your plants inside.” It is definitely that, although I think the mat is a brilliant idea for a slightly different reason – I hate picking up a nasty wet bath mat up off the floor and setting it on the tub to dry. Yuck. But with a mat like this, I could just leave it on the floor and let the moss enjoy any water that falls. After all, the moss reportedly does not smell when damp, and feels pleasant on your feet. Not to mention that moss is super pretty. I want one!
Via the Telegraph.
This lamp that doubles as an earring stand is so smart! You can buy one here, (they call it the Sofia Lamp) but I think you could easily make an earring lamp with a little drill or some other hole-poking device, and a lamp shade! I bet it would look so awesome with a ton of earrings on it…