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Vintage Monday

27 Jan

Vintage monday is coming up!  I know I´m not the only one who loves old stuff.. : ) I am a fan of vintage furniture , decorating and architecture with and without a modern twist.  Thats why I have decided to share what I find online with you as a weekly event:) What do you think of  vintage monday?

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 Stay tuned… My first post is coming tomorrow!

Maggie ❤

Ps: This amazing “homemade” vintage chair was created by “My Rustic Cottage Life”

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What a difference a pattern can make!

16 Feb

Oh, do I love patterns? I do, I do, I do, I do!

Maggie ❤

Cradle – The Chair

10 Feb

Ever wanted to own a chair that is more comfortable than your bed? The cradle is basically a big basket for adults.

It´s designed based on the concept of providing a safe and relaxing environment to calm your senses. A chair to get away from your 9-5 life. The piece comes flat packed and is made from environmental friendly resources.

Cradle chair designed by Richard Clarkson, Grace Emmanual, Kalivia Russel, Eamon Moore, Brodie Cambell, Jeremy Brooker and Joya Boerrigter from Victoria University of Wellington. And It´s actually specifically made for Autistic persons.

I read about the cradle HERE! Click there as well to see more pictures of the cradle..

Maggie ❤

Fancy an arm chair bathtub?

27 Jan

A couple of hours ago I found this really cool bathtub created by Thomas Linssen as a continuation of his graduation projects! After thinking about it for a couple of hours, I decided to share it with you guys. Not only is it stylish and modern, It looks extremely comfortable! I guess everything that looks like an armchair , would automatically seem comfortable though! So it´s really a creative/genious idea!

Guess what!?! The bathtub is made of polyester. Which I think is crazy!

Who would not love having a bathtub        like this one? He started with a simple sketch of a bathtub and let it evolve ! The tub has a wooden frame made by American White Oak, and it´s actually visible from inside the bathtub.

Thomas himself said “For this project I took the frame of a chair, designed with comfort and posture in mind, and let it evolve into a bathtub. The base of the bath is defined by its oak-wood ‘skeleton’, the composite tub slightly puffs up between the wooden beams, pushed into this shape naturally through water pressure.”

Studio Thol:  Thomas Linssen´s Homepage!

I think I´m going to take a bubbly bath now 🙂

Maggie ❤

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