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Icon Cable Ties

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Icon Cable Ties are an assorted set of 24 cable ties, they have 6 different symbols on the top: music notes, stars, keys, people, birds and lightning bolts all feature – ambiguous enough to be versatile and memorable enough to be recognisable you can use them to label your electrical items or simply to tidy up loose wires and cables. Keep your iPod lead in check with the music note, or single out your fridge lead with the lightning bolt, and never be caught swearing at an inanimate object again. Design by Emma Gordon.

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Hybrid by Merve Kahraman

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Designer Merve Kahraman has created these unique chairs called Hybrid which was inspired by the mythologies of parahumans. More here.

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Wing Clip by Lufdesign

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This is the special nipper which is able to be used in every home. It looks like an Angel’s Wing. There are functions including separate parts that you can and be able to put them onto both sides of a dress rack. For your convenience, you can use them for your clothes hanger in which you would usually take from laundry shop, despite both of upper clothes and under clothes. It will make your dress in great shapes and safely for a long time. Moreover when they are separated from each other, you can also use them just for the purpose of a drier like a nipper. Link here.

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Mount Fuji Tissue Holder

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Mount Fuji Tissue Holder by Good by Market is ‘named after the elevation of Mt. Fuji in meters, it holds all manner of stuff, but when you pull a tissue out of the top of Mt. Fuji it’s like a volcanic snow eruption, which in my book scores it major points for charm.’

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Mister Tea Infuser

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He’s no fool, Mister Tea is an ideal tea-time companion. Just load his little silicone pants, perch him in your cup, relax for a minute as he does the work and then savor your perfect orange pekoe. Buy here.

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Maxam Toiletries

Maxam Toiletries presented the case for their brand of toothpaste in ‘Civilization-Egypt’ and ‘Civilization Rome’, showing ancient ruins in the context of molar teeth. “Don’t let germs settle down.” The campaign won Gold Outdoor and Gold Press Lions at Cannes International Festival of Creativity.” (via The Inspiration Room)

My Infinite Home Tool

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“Two portable objects for storage, that have the double function of a suitcase and a show display. You carry them with you or put them down as cabinets. They transport what you need and show what you have chosen to take with you. This project started from my personal experience with extensive travelling and having to live out of one suitcase. I had to make choices about what to bring and what to leave behind. While making these choices was hard, it also made it possible to get rid of unnecessary things. The important and good items that you decide to bring are the objects that define your identity. The suitcases are made from bended beech, leather and metal. The objects are being kept in place by elastic bands that are pulled through the little holes in the wooden frame. If you want to bring a lot of luggage, you can simply adjust the elastics.” – Jolien Hanemaaijer

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Online by Eden Design

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I am really loving this innovative fixture by Eden Design. It can be built-in, surface mounted, or hung from the ceiling. Click here for the link.

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FACETURE Lightshades

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The FACETURE series consists of handmade faceted vessels, light-shades and table. Each object is produced individually by casting a water-based resin into a simple handmade mould. The mould is then manually manipulated to create the each object’s form before each casting, making every piece utterly unique.

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Clothes Hanger Chandeliers

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Hangeliers, wonderful chandeliers made from off-the-shelf plastic and wood hangers’ designed by industrial designers Alex Witko and Courtney Hunt at Organelle.

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