A cool design is found not only in an idea, but also in the way it’s implemented. People create things so that other people can use them, and that’s why the definition of a good design is something that becomes part of a person’s life, like a piece of the puzzle that was always missing.
1. The Moonlight Lamp
For those desiring to make their house a bit more romantic and mysterious, some inventive designers created these unusual lamps that look like the Moon.
2. Furniture you can charge your smartphone on
IKEA has launched a series of furniture and accessories that can serve as real wireless charging stations for smartphones and other devices.
3. Sushi Towels
4. The Whale’s Tail brush
This whale’s tail-shaped brush for windows and other surfaces looks cute and natural. It was created by designer Avihai.
5. The Hippopotamus Sofa
You can’t help but fall in love with this cute and chic leather sofa!
6. Lamp-shaped Bookmarks
Peleg Design Studio created these original bookmarks shaped as lamps. Something special for all the book-lovers out there!
7. Bed sheets which you can draw on
The Doodle Bed Sheets by Stitch are a simple invention really — they’re just a set of white cloth which come with some coloured markers. The ink used in the markers is designed to allow you to get perfectly white sheets after you put them through the laundry.
8. Walking With Dad
SaddleBaby is the best transport system you can ever give your kids. It’s fixed on to the parent’s shoulders, whose hands are almost always busy with smartphones, cameras, or other gadgets. It lets the parent carry a kid on their shoulders and at the same time keep their hands free. Brilliant!
9. The Pocket Cat
New York artist Jayme Lemperle created a cool design for shirts for a well-known sportswear brand Ripndip. They look completely ordinary at first sight, but then you notice that there’s a cute and sassy cat in the pocket!
10. BONCHO, the bike poncho
BONCHO covers riders’ bodies from head to toe when riding in the rain and neatly folds up for easy and compact storage.