This really is incredibly clever. The chairs are a simple wooden folding variety and are not permanently affixed to the wall. Yet when opened they stabilize, hold boxes of loose articles and are the perfect width from the wall to hang even the most bulky of garments.
The entire article Re-Thinking Furniture: Innovative Design Explorations by Yi Cong Lu from Core77 is a good read and full of clever designs.\
bottle fence - drill hole in each bottle and run a rebar through it. Lovely when the sun hits it. cool idea for my future home… :)
I’m reblogging this photo because I love the idea of creating a bottle-fence. (Remember this garden bottle-wall?)
However, many of you know I’m kind of a stickler for attribution: As a rule, I do not post or reblog photos that don’t link to a source (or don’t credit a maker or photographer). (See previous posts about that here and here.) But, for this fence, because it’s so great, I’m making a rare exception!
That said, do you know the source of this photo? If so, let us know! —Molly of Unconsumption
P.S. For obvious reasons, this post is this week’s Unconsumption wine o’clock wine-related repurposing find. :)
It is wine o’clock (somewhere), y’all. Cheers!