Simple, Honest Furniture by OMELETTE-ED
Hang Mirror by OMELETTE-ED
A timeless pairing of hard and soft, polished metallic shine and matte organic materials, OMELETTE-ED’s Hang Mirror in tubular lacquered steel and natural cork reflects the Valencian design house’s commitment to the manufacture of objects that respond to real, everyday situations. Designed to hang on a vertical surface, as its moniker suggests, this mirror does its job in a simple, minimalistic fashion. Handmade in Spain, the Hang blends effortlessly into almost any room—the perfect reflective accompaniment to modern interiors.
Circular Mirror by OMELETTE-ED
Bison Table by OMELETTE-ED
Indie Sofabed by KARUP, cat proof furniture!
Flexibility and problem-solving are important skills to master in our professional and private lives. Danish label Karup has made the agile approach to daily life and interior design its goal, producing high-quality futon furniture which converts from day to night in an instant. The Indie Sofa in solid pine wood is the perfect example of Karup’s approach to creative interiors: during the day the spacious couch beckons, while the cushy back easily folds down into a comfortable single bed when needed. Intelligent, space-saving design, perfectly adapted for everyday living.
Touchscreen Gloves by MUJJO
Remindes me on super bad MUJI Gloves for smart phone. Yes they are cute. But looked after one season like they are 10 years old.
Often the simplest designs require the most preparation and insight. Since 2012, Dutch label MUJJO has been creating tech accessories that eliminate details functions with their straightforward thinking. In keeping with the label’s philosophy, the Touchscreen Gloves have silver-coated nylon fibres knitted into the fabric, giving them a sleek aesthetic and excellent functionality. The optimum balance of cosy finger insulation, maximum conductivity, and soft stretchiness, the gloves allow unlimited smartphone use as the temperatures dip below zero. Simple, but highly effective.
MUJI, cute but bad buy
Shelf Light by Pension für Produkte, 28 eur
Living is all about surrounding yourself with what you love. It’s also about knowing where to find it. Making sure that your storage solutions are just as loveable as the things they’re designed to hold, Hamburg-based label Pension für Produkte works with industrial designers and architects to create unusual homewares that make the mundane a distant memory. With a trim wire design that fits most adjustable shelving systems, the Bright Swede Shelf Light was designed by Philipp Wiechern to make sure illumination on your shelves is just the flick of a tumbler switch away. Suitable for globe light bulbs and finished off with a textile cable, there’s never been a more stylish way to light up your favourite things.