Watch Ring: These cool mechanical rings are created using parts from old watches.
Pearl Ring: These fresh water pearls are wrapped in sterling silver wire to form a cute ring.
Teacup Ring: This cute ring comes with a miniature teacup.
Currency Ring: Dollar bill transformed into cool origami ring by Sophie Kemp
Turntable Ring: This ool turntable ring comes from Darkcloud Silver's unique line of DJ jewelry.
Computer Key Ring: These rings are made from original keys taken from a computer keyboard.
Creative Rings: These unusual rings are sure to get you noticed.
Photoframe Ring: This cool ring is a small handmade photoframe that you can wear.
Xylophone Pitcher: The pitcher concept from Mac Funamizu features a pitcher that produces a particular pitch of sound that enables you to determine if it's empty or not without opening the lid.
Prodyne Fruit Pitcher: This ingenious pitcher allows you to enjoy fruit drinks without the pulpy mess and difficult pouring.
Bodum Ceylon Pitcher: Made of see-through plastic, this pitcher serves cold beverages at the barbecue and pleasantly warm tea at the fondue event.
Restore Clean Water System: This filtration pitcher leaving you with nothing but pure and clean water.
Artland Sedona Glass Pitcher: This handcrafted glass pitcher comes with a removable inner cylinder that holds fruits for adding extra flavor into beverages
Pitcher by Koppel: Designed by Koppel for Georg Jensen Silversmithy, the handles of these pitchers resemble the look of the swan's long neck.
Powerstrip Svintus: This comes from Art Lebedev Studio, its capable of handling 17 plugs at a time and comes with cleverly concealed internal circuit breaker.
The Ramo Branch Multi Tap: Designed by Eunsung Kwon, it looks artistic and can grow to branch out by simply fitting in modular socket stubs.
Rotating 360°: Rotating 360° is a multi-outlet socket that allows each socket on it to rotate and lets you make more additions of many more sockets to the powerstrip. To accommodate various plugs, you can turn around the socket-outlets in any direction.
Intelligent Powerstrip: The Intelligent Powerstrip's triangular design lets you to angle it to face the direction of the outlet, no matter how you place it.
Revolve: Designed by Takumi Yoshida, the design utilizes the rotation to provide simpler and more flexible use of powerstrips.
Train Powerstrip: It links up the powerstrip so that it can be used with different sizes of plugs, in addition to one of the modular fittings accommodating USB hook up.
Multitap Powerstrip: The Multitap powerstrip by Hyungwoo Uhm is an interesting concept that keeps a check on the devices plugged in and their electricity usage. The electricity usage is converted into the dollars and displayed in the display window.
Singlehand Powerstrip: A cool powerstirp design by Lu Zhaoliang, here the sockets come up like a toast.
Singlehand Socket Powerstrip: This cool powerstrip by designer Zhao Zhaohui lets you pull plugs single handedly.
Retractable Cord: This super-flat retractable extension cord prevents tangles
Extension Cord by Shlomi Platzman: This outlet extension comes with threesockets, and glowing stickers that lets you know what's actually plugged into each socket and these pivot at a press of a button.
Electric Socket by Serdar Sisman: The main socket plugs into the wall socket that in turn hooks up with wired extension hub and which in turn hooks up 3 more sockets.
Shirt Pillowcase: Turn an old shirt into a cool pillowcase and its quite simple and easy to make too.
Shirt Dress: Follow the in-depth tutorial to turn a men's shirt into a girl's dress.
Shirt Bowtie: Turn your old shirt into a fashionable bowtie.
Shirt Tanktop: Turn a men's shirt to a button-down tanktop; just follow the in-depth tutorial.
Shirt Coin Purse: Make a small and light coin purse from an old shirt; it's just big enough to hold some cash and credit card.
Shirt Toiletry Bag: Follow the in-depth tutorial to turn a shirt into a toiletry bag.
Woman Shirt: Turn a man's cotton shirt to woman's shirt by following the simple tutorial.
Girl's Dress: Turn men's shirt to a cool girl's dress, just follow the in-depth tutorial.
Shirt Onesie: Make a onesie from a shirt, just follow the tutorial.
Woman Shirt - 2: All you need to do is wrap the man's shirt and tie a simple yet effective knot.
Shirt Skirt: Refashion a men's shirt into a women's skirt.
Shirt Tote Bag: How about turning a shirt into a tote bag?
Shirt Peasant Top: Turn a shirt to a peasant top by following the simple tutorial.
Shirt Bag - 2: Turn a shirt into a cool bag; just follow the in-depth tutorial.
Shirt Sundress: Make a cool sundress from men's shirt.
Girl's Dress - 2: Another great dress tutorial for turning men's shirt to a cool girl's dress.
Embroidered Napkins: How about cutting men's shirt to make cloth napkins and adding embroidery for a cool touch.
Pintucked Tunic: How about making a pintukced tunic for summer?
Bow-Tie Blouse: Transform a men's polo shirt into this bow-tie blouse.
Lamp Flowerpot: It's a beautiful combination of a desk lamp and a flowerpot; it uses the USB as its power source, and for data transfer. It comes with a built-in microchip that keeps track of power usage and also detects when you need to water your plant, and notify you via SMS or social networking.
Plant Window: Its constructed from numerous planter boxes that together creates a natural curtain that filters light.
Planters by AquiliAlberg: Swing-UP is said to be an innovative and versatile flowerpot, pouf and side-table.
Clear Glass Planter: The clear glass container shows subsoil growth.
Cork Planter Bookend Set: These small scale planters also double as office organizers, as a place to pin notes, or as a pair of bookends.
Ceramic Planter: An Etsy find, this bright orange pig planter is handmade.
Outdoor/Indoor Post Planter: These planters give a cool touch of color to any yard.
Tram Flowerpot: This longitudinal flowerpot is made from aluminum.
Kitchen Planters: These are a part of Ekokook Kitchen.
Planter Handbag: The living handbag is by Woolly Pocket.
Flower EYE by Olga Kalugina: This flowerpot allows the plant's root system to be seen.
Flowerpot Chandelier: This 'Flora' chandelier is a beautiful combination of planter and lighting installation by Gumdesign for Tredici.
Flowerpot Gadget: A creative idea from designer Mac Funamizu.
Self-Watering Flowerpot: Creation of New York designer Deger Cengiz; this gardening tool combines a watering can with a flowerpot.
Planter Chandelier: 38 Series Planter Chandelier created by designer O Arbel, houses both the light bulbs and plants alike.
Solar Panels Chandelier: This blue butterfly chandelier is made from solar panels.
Memoria - 100 Cups of Tea, Never To Be: Its the creation of R Wilson that shows unmatched simplistic beauty in everyday objects.
Marie Coquine Chandelier: Designed by Philippe Starck, the Marie Coquine chandelier is part of Baccarat's 'Highlights Collection' range.
Milk Crate Chandelier: A creative way to reuse milk crates; turn them into a chandelier.
Chandelier by S Haygarth: Made from 1000 used partypoppers by London based designer S Haygarth.
Illy Coffee Cup Chandelier: The Illy Cup Collection Chandelier features approximately 330 cups; coffee company Illy created these limited edition coffee cups in collaboration with some of the top names in the arts from 1992 to 2005.
Nail Polish Bottles Chandelier: A cool way to reuse used nail lacquer bottles, turn them into a creative chandelier.
Zabriskie Point Lamp: Designer D Santachiara designed the Zabriskie Point lamp for Italian lighting manufacturer de Majo Illuminazione.
Mirrored Pendant Chandelier: L.A based glass artist Alison Berger designed this Mirrored Pendant Chandelier.
Susurrus Chandelier by Item:
Canopy Chandelier: It takes its inspiration from the branches of a tree, the sculpture was developed to be placed under a light bulb and cast a shadow on the ground, providing the room with both a light and shade source, just like a canopy.
Bodo Sperlein Chandeliers for Lladró: This comes from Bodo Sperlein, created as part of his new Re-Cyclos collection for Lladró.
Stick Pin Iron: It clips your tie in place and is powered by either USB or an electric outlet to remove creases.
Light Iron: Designed by Tatasuya Kobayashi, the lighting reflects the temperature.
Easy Iron: Designed by Choi Hyemin, the Easy Iron sort of splits into two different bases for such tricky creases.
U-Buttons Iron: It irons neatly even the surrounding the surfaces of buttons.
Easyglider Steam Iron Concept: Designed by Gonçalves; it's super light weight, ergonomically correct, comes with sleek base with 3 wheels with lock mechanism, removable water tank that has a volume of 2 liters to provide plenty of steam and more.
Roly Poly Iron: The Roly Poly Iron designed by Wonkook Lee works on the rocking principle. When not in use, the iron is pulled back into a standing point.
A Menës Iron: Designed by Nico Kläber, especially for men; it's a black iron that comes with a surface of a regular large size iron and with a flick of the lever you get a tinier one for those smaller shirt sleeves.
Transparent Iron: This transparent iron lets you see the clothes while you are ironing them. Heat conduction works via a network of electrothermal wireswhile the soleplate is made out of tempered glass.
Roly Poly Iron - 2: The Roly Poly Irons designed by Wonkook Lee works on built-in weight mechanism; when not pressed down, the added weight to the handles rocks the iron back to a standing point.
360 Iron: It comes with a touch-screen display that replaces standard dials, and the design relaxes the hands by using a flexible, ergonomic junction that transfers twisting of the wrist to the iron itself.
Iron concept by A Wendel: The minimal design comes with a balljoint, that doubles up as a water tank.
Emsaflow Carafe: This stylish glass carafe features an innovative stainless steel base with a freezable cooling plate inside; it keeps your drink cold for a full four hours.
Carafe by N Jobs: This handmade carafe from designer Nina Jobs is a glass beverage carafe, decanter and decorative vase all-in-one.
Prodyne Double Wall Carafe: It keeps your beverage chilled without ever watering them down.
Glass Carafe: It holds 19 oz of your favorite beverage and features a built-in container on the side to keep it cold without watering it down.
Carafe by Scott Henderson: Deisnged by Scott Henderson, this cool carafe is made of pure porcelain.
Bubbly Carafe: This carafe set is the creation of designer Chiara Onida; it uses the idea of sound and water to create a bubbly rhythm.
Aquaraf Carafe by Hegge Id: Aquaraf water carafe is made of porcelain and looks like a water tower; the top portion is the cover of the container that can be used as a cup.
USB-Heated Fingerless Gloves: Just connect these cool gloves right in to your notebook and keep your hands warm.
Apple Featured Mittens: These mittens are made by Etsy seller ChickenBetty; 'when held together, they look like the hands and apple featured on the cover of the first novel.'
Light Gloves: These pair of light gloves have a set of bright lights built into the fingertips that comes in with different light option modes.
Rabbit USB Gloves: With these warmers you can coolly type on your laptop without getting your hands chilled; just connect it into the USB port to heat up.
Ping Pong Paddle Gloves: With these cool gloves, you can take your table tennis game to a whole new level. These innovative double-sided paddles slip over your hands like gloves and thus makes your hands the paddle, and gives you greater ball control, better hand-eye coordination, faster volleys, an improved backhand, and more spin.
Piano Gloves: Just put on the piano gloves and the fingertips activate the piano notes that can be heard right into its built-in speaker.
Word Clocks: Cool word clocks slowly shows the time with the text.
Long-D Clocks: Designed by Kit Men Keung; it has a dual time piece that displays two time zones in a subtle manner.
Watt Time: It's a light bulb shaped clock that comes with a bright blue display that illuminates the time, and a snooze button located on top of the bulb's end.
Tiktak Clocks: Each number on the dial is represented by one or more metal hands with digits of varying sizes on their ends
Aspiral Clocks: Neil Lambeth and Will Aspinall developed this 'Aspiral Clock'; it consists of a slowly rotating spiral track with a ball inside. "The entire clock itself turns slowly over a twelve-hour interval and a loose ball inside marks the current time."
Planetary Sphere Watch: This watch is designed and created by Pierre Junod. It tells time using a pair of rotating hands that float through the equator of the globe.
4th Dimension Concrete Clocks: These wall clocks are made of cement. "Concept of linking time and space is visualized with the form of a spiral staircase that has hands on its top level continuingly going down and up as time goes by. Light and shadow also change with time in this clock."
Utensils Clock: Time in these clocks is represented by forks, spoons and other utensils.
Knit Clocks: Creation of designers Carlo and Benedetta Tamborini; its made of cotton and comes with incredible detail that is filled with soft, intricate lines, the kind usually found in your closet, not on your wall.
Little Time Clocks: Cool wall clocks designed by Rafael Morgan, comes with small numbers printed and uses magnifiers for hands.
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