These awesome light trees, created by designer Alexander Lervik, are made with a steel frame and tons of plastic fibre. The light source is a projector that lets you make the tree any color you want, and the tree can of course be outside or inside. I want one! I want three! I would put them inside, if i had room, how awesome would that be?! Via.
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 am obsessed with these little mini-deer mounts! This is the only kind of deer mount I want in my house. They are so colorful, tiny, and well-sculpted! I would like one in each color, for each room of my apartment! Find them at Johnny&Stacie’s Etsy shop.
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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 know I’ve already talked about sushi a few times lately, but I totally love this pillow! Who knew shrimp could look so darn comfy?! See the sushi pillow on it’s own site here, and explore it a little bit to see other kinds of sushi as pillows! Hehe!
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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!
How about these photo chairs by Distant Origin? I want the top one the most. I love the cow! The deer in a suit on the last chair is pretty great too though. Which one do you like most? Also, Distant Origin has many more photo chairs on their site for your browsing pleasure.
Via Design Crisis.
Everyone loves to add a little boho to their spaces now and again. Whether it’s a spring clean, rearranging objects, or creating lovely wall displays, décor refreshes your mind and captures a new light in the home.