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Baux Träullit Acoustic Panels

Baux Träullit Acoustic Panels

Träullit are modular soundproofing tiles made of wood, cement and water. They come in different shapes and colors and can be installed with magnets or glue. They also provide insulation and modulate humidity. Contact Baux to order.

Burgerdoodles Wallpaper

Burgerdoodles Wallpaper

Encourage your kids – or your inner child – to doodle with Burgerdoodles color-in wallpaper. It’ll take you a while to fill in the 394″ x 20.5″ sheet. Want to start from scratch? Check out these special paints instead.

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Cat Transit System

Cat Transit System

Built by architecture firm Because We Can as part of a Mad Scientist-themed remodeling project for a client, the cat-tube runs across the room’s walls and has viewing ports and hidden access points.

Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Paint

Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Paint

We’ve seen a special paint that turns any surface into a dry erase board. Here’s one that turns them into chalkboards. The paint is scratch-resistant and can be easily cleaned. User video here.

Wooden Rug

Wooden Rug

Ruckstuhl’s Legno-Legno are rugs made of wood and polyurethane. They can still be rolled up, are easier to clean and have a neutral style that blends in with different interiors. Available in 5 colors.

Gamer Blinds

Gamer Blinds

Blinds with graphics that make double references to video games, featuring classic characters and icons made from controllers and handheld systems. Available in four designs and different colors.

Scary Bathroom

Scary Bathroom

This bathroom doesn’t have spiders or snakes in the toilet. What it does have is a clear glass floor revealing that you’re in an elevator shaft and that there’s nothing but a 15-floor drop beneath.

The Cardboard Office

The Cardboard Office

Designers Alrik Koudenburg and Joost van Bleiswijk set up this cardboard office space for ad agency Nothing. Clever construction bypassed the need to use screws or even glue to hold things together.

The Theater Bookstore

The Theater Bookstore

The El Ateneo Grand Splendid is a bookstore in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Built in 1919, the 21,000 sq.ft. theater was converted into a music and book shop in 2000.

Panic Room

Panic Room

You’ve probably seen pictures of this crazy room floating around the Web. Watch the video to see how graffiti artist Tilt and his friends created the split-personality Panic Room at Au Vieux Panier.

Leather Belt Flooring

Leather Belt Flooring

We’ve seen a couple of novel takes on wooden flooring, but if you’d like something more unique – yet still classy – check out this one made from recycled leather belts. Also for tables and walls.

Bolefloor Wood Flooring

Bolefloor Wood Flooring

Through modern technology, Bolefloor makes floor boards in the shape of the trees they came from, which is not only beautiful, but also environment-friendly, allowing for more floors per forest.

Video Mapped Living Room

Video Mapped Living Room

Mr. Beam created a unique 3D video-mapping experience by turning a white living room into a groovy 360° projection area, changing the colors, patterns and textures in the space. (Thanks Laura!)

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Cafe/day Coffee Shop

Cafe/day Coffee Shop

Suppose Design Office imbued the Cafe/day coffee shop in Shizuoka, Japan with a spacious feel mainly by extending road lines and symbols to the shop’s floor, which is also made of asphalt.

Hollywood Studio Lamp

Hollywood Studio Lamp

Designed as a replica of a 1940s Fresnel studio lamp, Restoration Hardware’s version has a shiny aluminum body, stainless steel base, and takes normal lightbulbs so you don’t blind your guests.

Pixelated Ping Pong Pad

Pixelated Ping Pong Pad

A teeny 90 sf private hideaway for a partner in the Snarkitecture firm, Box/Box was completed in 2 months at a cost of less than $100/sf and features 25,000 ping pong balls as wallpaper. (Thanks Jon!)

Subdivisions Lamps

Subdivisions Lamps

Crafted from concrete, steel and aluminum, Atelier Takagi’s LED tabletop lamps get their inspiration from the bright lights you’d find lining pre-fab community streets and mall parking lots.

Scrapwood Wallpaper

Scrapwood Wallpaper

Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek created this warm faux-wood wallpaper, which perfectly apes the look of real distressed wood. While it doesn’t have actual depth, it won’t give you splinters.

La Boite Concept Speaker Desk

La Boite Concept Speaker Desk

Combining a work desk for your laptop with an audiophile-grade, room-filling 7-speaker, 120-watt sound system, the La Boite Concept LD 120 is a real thing, despite the “concept” in its name.

1930s Postal Desk

1930s Postal Desk

Based on the specs of a 1930s postal sorting desk from France, this all-in-one office has a built-in leather seat that pivots underneath, and 25 assorted cubbies for holding your assorted stuff.

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Lost in Sofa

Lost in Sofa

Tokyo’s Daisuke Motogi created this comfy chair that can hold all your books, remotes, gadgets and other small objects in the cracks between its soft blocks. Just don’t lose your pocket change in it.

Sideways Coffee Shop

Sideways Coffee Shop

To make this coffee shop fit in, Nemaworkshop used the nearby Bryant Park Library for inspiration – and came up with a library turned on its side. The “books” are actually pictures on custom tiles.

TON Floating Buddha Speakers

TON Floating Buddha Speakers

TON makes speakers that provide ambient lighting, and are organic and pricey. The Floating Buddha is no different. Most of it is covered in or lacquered with gold leaf. Four 60w speakers hide inside.

IdeaPaint

IdeaPaint

A wonder substance that turns walls into dry erase boards. Sketch ideas in the office, paint a bulletin board in the kitchen, or turn bedroom walls into outlets for your kids’ intense desire to doodle.

Concrete Wall

Concrete Wall

Believe it or not, that’s a wallpaper. Concrete Walls are exactly that – pictures of concrete walls turned into wallpapers. There are a couple of brick walls and ones with graffiti as well.

Steampunk House

Steampunk House

The unassuming exterior of this house in Sharon, Massachusetts belies the awesome steampunk interior design and furniture inside. It was redesigned by steampunk specialists ModVic.

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