from our first date
i'm absolutely in love with this fantastic mayfair steamer secretary trunk
by designer timothy oulton.
the workspace offers plenty of cubbies and drawers to store knick-knacks and supplies while keeping a chic and sophisticated appearance.
it even has wheels for easy[ier?] maneuverability and closes completely for privacy and storage.
what fun it would be to clear up space for guests by tucking away a messy desk, or just for some extra floor space!
and doesn't it look just as good closed as it does open?
[wait- did i mention i was in love?]
okay, so i won't exactly call it a steal, but knowing it's not going out of style may make dropping $2,995 on such an amazing piece a little easier to sleep at night. may.
[via like cool]
dear ryan gosling,
is it not enough to be a talented, oscar-nominated actor with the kinds of looks girls swoon for and guys are jealous of? you also have to be the singer of a totally creepy band, dead man's bones, that sings eerie songs about the supernatural? oh, with various children's choirs from across america?
i still want to hate you for breaking up with
allie rachel mcadams in 2008...but damn. YOU'RE MAKING IT SO DIFFICULT.
a fan of pretty much anything you do anyway because you look so good doing it
how wonderfully creative are these designs?
vladimir rachev created 'soil' in the shape of gardening tools to bring us back to our roots. via design launches.
thomas feichtner follows the maxim of form over function, departing from traditional ideas of cutlery. via yanko design.
'gone fishin' by yamazaki imitates the smooth lines and curves of little fishies. via like cool.
'evolution' by gosia hop aims to unleash the "feeling of hidden power."
inspired by humans' first feeding means of teeth, nails, spears and palms, 'origin cutlery' by eynan kimhi aims for the user to investigate the evolution of the pieces.