This isn't the first modular couch/sofa we've seen here on Furniture Fashion and it won't be the last either. The Sofa Alternativo is made of various different elements that can be arranged as you see fit. Unleash your creativity and make the most of the space available in your living room with this outstanding design. Not only is the Sofa Alternativo easy to arrange but it's also easy to store and thanks to those built-in magnets in each element you won't have any problem stacking those different pieces both vertically or horizontally. The Sofa Alternativo is definitely a setup to consider if you're not attracted by regular sofa designs, but most importantly if your living room isn't the most spacious one in the world. Via The Design Blog
Vidonia Mosaic Tabletops from Neille Olson's KNF are available for purchase on Amazon. The captivating mosaic creation is pivoted primarily on 2,000 tiles of opaque stained glass, marble and travertine fragments that weave together a sumptuous medley of colors, textures and patterns.Tops are cast into a proprietary stone and the base is treated with a multi-step process that includes sandblasting.
Do you have a cat? What about a dog? Well in case you have your own pet that you love so much, then why not show it by buying them their own little sofa? The Bambu Hammock and the Bambu Lounger are perfect for your cat or dog and they'll certainly make an impression with your friends. Designed by Corey Drew from Pet Lounge Studios, the hammock and the lounger are made with solid bamboo and ensure that your favorite pet will have a comfortable sleeping area. Now that you've seen both models in action you'll have a tough time choosing between the Bambu Hammock and the Bambo Lounger. I for one would definitely go for the hammock, just to have a couple of laughs watching my dog prepare for sleep every day. Via Pet Lounge Studios
Finicky about where you park your derrière? Well next time just carry along your chair to all your soirees. Check out the craftily designed Foldable Flux Chair which folds into a briefcase and gets mounted on a wall when not in use. Kudos to the design team for transgressing the conventional design boundaries.
While the name may sound a bit scandalous, the Strip Ease itself is quite wholesome. The name comes from the single strip of recycled steel that the Strip Ease is made of. Designed by Italian architects Mark Lana and Alberto Savettiere of Lana + Savettiere, the Strip Ease is a piece of multifunctional furniture meant for the outdoors.
The Strip Ease can be used in four different ways: bicycle rack, garbage can, bench, and vase.
What would you use the Strip Ease for?
The Ripple Effect Tea Table makes the act of drinking tea almost ceremonial. Designed by Jeonghwa Seo and Hanna Chung who have been inspired by the Eastern philosophy which believes that even the minutest change makes an impact on society as whole. The table integrates design flawlessly with a thought process and hence as soon as you place a cup of tea, ripples get crated on the tabletop.