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Bike bathroom

Looking at this charming bathroom with a creative twist, a bicycle sink. Would you ever use a bike and transform it into a bicycle sink in your bathroom? I think the black & white tile floor and b

Clever desk!

This fold down desk is such a great solution for those of us with small spaces or rooms in need of multi-purpose designs. It would be the perfect addition to a guest bedroom to make it double as a home office space too! This desk reminds me of the wall …

Totoro bed

Take a little cap nap with this Totoro cat bed that also functions as a sleeping bag. Inspired by the My Neighbor Totoro Japanese anime film, this over-sized cat bed/sleeping bag is available in two sizes, and is a perfect gift idea for anime geeks.

Camper bike

tiny bike-trailer home: "The mobile space, which can't be more than thirty square feet, has just enough room for a tiny kitchenette with a built-in bench, a sleeping loft and various drawers and shelves tucked into its nooks and crannies.

wow

want to see this up close - "Henrique created this piece of art for the MERCOSUL BIENNAL, occupying a very old house in Porto Alegre- Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), downtown .a home that was hidden and almost forgotten until the artist's intervention.

Oooh & Wow! >>> Amanda Mccavour: "In my work, I use a sewing machine to create thread drawings and installations by sewing into a fabric that dissolves in water. This fabric makes it possible for me to build up the thread by sewing repeatedly into my drawn images so that when the fabric is dissolved, the image can hold together without a base. These thread images appear as though they would be easily unraveled & seemingly on the verge of falling apart, despite the works actual raveled…

Yes, even that lovely living room suspended from the ceiling… it’s all thread! I’m lucky if I can hem a skirt, but clearly Toronto based artist Amanda McCavour is more than comfortable using a sewing machine!