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Memory Balloon Lights

Memory Balloon Lights

Seeing these balloons reach the ceiling may be familiar, especially if you have kids who may have accidentally let go or failed to secure them on heavier bases that eventually rise to the ceiling. Such is a common occurrence. But now it seems that this idea has become an inspiration for the Memory Balloon Lights, something designed by Boris Klimek and John Moncrief.

The balloon lights are a collection of ceiling and wall lights, the hanging cords of which serve as their on/off switch. T

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The Tour Table

The Tour Table

This is one table that reportedly takes inspiration from touring events such as the Tour de France and once you see the support it provides, you will most probably understand why.

Rather than the usual fixed and stagnant legs, the Tour Table makes use of familiar bicycle wheels beneath it to hold up a half-inch glass slab.

The wheels rotate and work as casters and was designed by Gae Aulenti, offering a table that should be easy to move around without leaving marks on the floor.

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Another Portal-themed Bedroom Design

Another Portal-themed Bedroom Design

Themed bedrooms are nothing new for many. But the thing about some existing ones, they spur up some inspiration so that folks can improve and come up with better ones.

Something like this Portal-themed bedroom design which is another version courtesy of a certain Laura.

Apparently she wanted to make her room unique and filled with references towards the said Portal game, something which should easily educate people not readily familiar with it. The result is a clean and geeky them

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The Bordus Coffee Table

The Bordus Coffee Table

This is one table that will surely puzzle you at first, considering it features lines and angles which would initially be awry to understand. But the real thing surrounding the Bordus Coffee Table is that it takes inspiration from stealth fighters, the main reason for its uncanny geometr

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The Mosaic Chair 02

The Mosaic Chair 02

Here is a comfy looking chair called the Mosaic Chair 02. Although the chair looks a lot like it could use some fixing as far as overall design is concerned, as long as it can deliver the necessary comfort when sitting down is concerned, who would care?

The Mosaic Chair 02 is something from Benjamin Rollins Caldwell of BRC Designs, something that would certainly gain notice anywhere while delivering the functionality that chairs are known to provide.

The chair frame reportedly to

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The Foldable Toldo Table

The Foldable Toldo Table

Reportedly drawing inspiration from Mexican market shop layouts, the Toldo Table should be an interesting piece you can add to your home. The table was built by Christian Vivangco, a multifunctional table that comes with differently shaped slates that allow it to be used in a variety of directions.

The Toldo table is a foldable piece where each layer can accommodate either food or products for home. Though a concept, this is one table that should come in handy for varied occasions, espec

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The Peel Lamp

The Peel Lamp

Here is another cooky looking lamp, something which seems to make it look as if it was falling apart. The Peel Lamp is made up of a square base, a straight stem and the curious unfurling sphere perched at its top.

Designed by Carrie Curtin, the lamp comes in a black finish and is contrasted neatly with the clean white color of the FDM-printed lampshade. The lamp seems to have gained inspiration from the idea of peeling an orange – apparently something you will notice with the open top.

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The Remain in Balance Lamp

The Remain in Balance Lamp

Here is a lamp that somehow features designs coming from two origins. The Remain in Balance Lamp seems like it was designed using totem poles and rock balancing as an inspiration, a collection which should be ideal to have indoors.

The collection includes three different designs which each boasting of a different kind of wood type as its prime material. This includes wood types such as Beech, Pine, Tulip and Meranti – all carved into odd shapes and are hand-painted using geometric pat

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The Blaster Chair

The Blaster Chair

There is no question why this seat was given the name Blaster Chair. The chair, designed by James Irvine, takes inspiration from the nozzle of a rocket engine although it could also pass for a collar which dogs wear to help them from fighting off fleas.

Either way, this chair should be another dandy addition to any space, something that you can also liken to a common speaker part.

The chair carries a contemporary aesthetic thanks to its bucket-

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The Scrap Marble Tables

The Scrap Marble Tables

Scap-inspired piece would initially point to old plywood or cardboards as prime materials for most. But if you want something lush and made out of scrap, these Scrap Marble Tables are bound to be something classy to check out.

The Scrap Marble Tables were designed by British designer John Reeves. Apparently Reeves drew inspiration when he came across a pile of rubble along a street in Ho Chi Minh which was lined up with sheets of marble a

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