See that middle black bit in this London street front? That's a 5-story house. At first glance, I questioned the pictures of its interior because they portray the rooms being much larger than the exterior
Christmas might bring out the best in some people, but it can also bring out the quirky. And as a big fan of quirk, I bring you these seasonal acts of oddness.
The Christmas tree pictured above is located in a popular shopping district, The Rocks, in Sydney Australia. It's made of 100 bicycles that were 'borrowed' from a junkyard, which will be returned after Christmas.
This next tree, located in the atrium of the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi, has been
French Provincial anyone?
Who would think to build a café in the likeness of a Mother Goose? Or a bulldog? Ice cream-cone-shaped ice-cream shops, on the other hand, make perfect sense. To peruse pics of these eye-catching edifices and many others, click here.
Cone image by Sherry Binkowski; Mother Goose image by Joan Romer.
Designer John Nouanesing’s Fix It On The Wall Furniture is a piece of art and, when you need it, a coffee table and four cushions, and I’m thinking it’s DIYable. Picture it, you fabricate your cushions, table top and legs, and then you trace their images on a piece of plywood. (Maybe even sandwich two together to get some depth.) You cut out their shapes with a jigsaw and then apply that to another piece of plywood. A couple coats of paint and...