Hanging Fern and Moss Wall Art in your dinning room is like planting a vertical jungle on your wall. It’s made from real, living plant material. Yet — at least according to this review of the Fern and Moss Wall Art — it doesn’t require watering and isn’t a magnet for bugs. The large size in the photo above sells for over $1,000 but other options go for as little as $198. That’s not a lot of green.
On eBay you’ll find a huge selection of retro, vintage suitcases for sale. Typically, they are available for few dollars each—most people just want to get rid of them so they’ll stop clogging up the attic. But that’s only because they don’t know how to turn their vintage luggage into a vondrous do-it-yourself suitcase drawer dresser.
Making the dresser requires having the suitcases first. You’ll need those to measure the height of the shelves. From there, follow the instructions at ManMade.com.
The Metrofarm Bed features an angled headrests that helps you chill in bed in an optimal position. But, really, this vondrous-looking bed is less about anything practical and more about falling asleep surrounded by walnut.
Most bookshelves are for squares. But not the A2 Angle Shelf by Seattle-based designer Sara Larsson. It features 18 cubby holes, each with a different shape. The cubbies in the middle row all have an angled bottom, letting books stay upright sans bookend.US$1,753
Somehow, the alternative furniture makers over at LoveSac managed to create a furniture material that’s soft while also being durable, washable and completely, utterly, ridiculously lucious.
Eskimo Phur (not related to actual Eskimos) can be used to cover most of the sofas, loveseats and cushions in LoveSac’s furniture lineup. If you don’t like the color simply replace it with something new.
Check out a close-up photo (below) and video (above) after the jump.