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defects-:

(by Arefeh N)


If this is very durable and can hold t least a max of 200 lbs, I would put a foam so there’s a place to sit. But even by itself, it’s definitely something I’d like to have.

defects-:

(by Arefeh N)

If this is very durable and can hold t least a max of 200 lbs, I would put a foam so there’s a place to sit. But even by itself, it’s definitely something I’d like to have.

(via bookshelfporn)

fastcompany:

Yup!
tamarstar:

…and my Twitter, and my Facebook, and my Tumblr, and my… 




hahaha! ;p

fastcompany:

Yup!

tamarstar:

…and my Twitter, and my Facebook, and my Tumblr, and my… 

hahaha! ;p
minimalmac:

andyparkinson:

A laptop desk thats nothing more than a ledge. Made from solid walnut. Genius.
(via urbancase - We do furniture…and design)

Expensive, but very nice. I bet one with the proper skills could makes something really similar.

minimalmac:

andyparkinson:

A laptop desk thats nothing more than a ledge. Made from solid walnut. Genius.

(via urbancase - We do furniture…and design)

Expensive, but very nice. I bet one with the proper skills could makes something really similar.

mashable:

Today’s newspaper front pages from throughout the U.S. displayed outside D.C.’s Newseum. (Thanks to Director of Business Development Brian Dresher for the photo.)
The announcement of Osama Bin Laden’s death came late Sunday night — and will stay with us forever.
How did you hear about the news?

mashable:

Today’s newspaper front pages from throughout the U.S. displayed outside D.C.’s Newseum. (Thanks to Director of Business Development Brian Dresher for the photo.)

The announcement of Osama Bin Laden’s death came late Sunday night — and will stay with us forever.

How did you hear about the news?

bauldoff:


Some very captivating photography found in the 1970 book, Living Architecture: Islamic Indian, by Andreas Volwahsen.
via Designspiration

bauldoff:


Some very captivating photography found in the 1970 book, Living Architecture: Islamic Indian, by Andreas Volwahsen.

via Designspiration

acehotel:

Everyone has their own way of celebrating, and you have to respect that. Our way is an early morning Viewing Party & English Breakfast by The Breslin tomorrow in the lobby at Ace Hotel New York, as we screen The Royal Wedding live from Westminster Abbey. English porridge and pastries, booze, coffee and tea will be available on the menu from 5:30am Friday morning. Screening begins at 6am and will continue until around noon.

acehotel:

Everyone has their own way of celebrating, and you have to respect that. Our way is an early morning Viewing Party & English Breakfast by The Breslin tomorrow in the lobby at Ace Hotel New York, as we screen The Royal Wedding live from Westminster Abbey. English porridge and pastries, booze, coffee and tea will be available on the menu from 5:30am Friday morning. Screening begins at 6am and will continue until around noon.

defects-:

(by Arefeh N)


If this is very durable and can hold t least a max of 200 lbs, I would put a foam so there’s a place to sit. But even by itself, it’s definitely something I’d like to have.

defects-:

(by Arefeh N)

If this is very durable and can hold t least a max of 200 lbs, I would put a foam so there’s a place to sit. But even by itself, it’s definitely something I’d like to have.

(via bookshelfporn)

fastcompany:

Yup!
tamarstar:

…and my Twitter, and my Facebook, and my Tumblr, and my… 




hahaha! ;p

fastcompany:

Yup!

tamarstar:

…and my Twitter, and my Facebook, and my Tumblr, and my… 

hahaha! ;p
minimalmac:

andyparkinson:

A laptop desk thats nothing more than a ledge. Made from solid walnut. Genius.
(via urbancase - We do furniture…and design)

Expensive, but very nice. I bet one with the proper skills could makes something really similar.

minimalmac:

andyparkinson:

A laptop desk thats nothing more than a ledge. Made from solid walnut. Genius.

(via urbancase - We do furniture…and design)

Expensive, but very nice. I bet one with the proper skills could makes something really similar.

freeindie:

Beam me up

freeindie:

Beam me up

mashable:

Today’s newspaper front pages from throughout the U.S. displayed outside D.C.’s Newseum. (Thanks to Director of Business Development Brian Dresher for the photo.)
The announcement of Osama Bin Laden’s death came late Sunday night — and will stay with us forever.
How did you hear about the news?

mashable:

Today’s newspaper front pages from throughout the U.S. displayed outside D.C.’s Newseum. (Thanks to Director of Business Development Brian Dresher for the photo.)

The announcement of Osama Bin Laden’s death came late Sunday night — and will stay with us forever.

How did you hear about the news?

(Source: thedailyfeed)

bauldoff:


Some very captivating photography found in the 1970 book, Living Architecture: Islamic Indian, by Andreas Volwahsen.
via Designspiration

bauldoff:


Some very captivating photography found in the 1970 book, Living Architecture: Islamic Indian, by Andreas Volwahsen.

via Designspiration

Looks good!

Looks good!

(via shoelust)

acehotel:

Everyone has their own way of celebrating, and you have to respect that. Our way is an early morning Viewing Party & English Breakfast by The Breslin tomorrow in the lobby at Ace Hotel New York, as we screen The Royal Wedding live from Westminster Abbey. English porridge and pastries, booze, coffee and tea will be available on the menu from 5:30am Friday morning. Screening begins at 6am and will continue until around noon.

acehotel:

Everyone has their own way of celebrating, and you have to respect that. Our way is an early morning Viewing Party & English Breakfast by The Breslin tomorrow in the lobby at Ace Hotel New York, as we screen The Royal Wedding live from Westminster Abbey. English porridge and pastries, booze, coffee and tea will be available on the menu from 5:30am Friday morning. Screening begins at 6am and will continue until around noon.

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