Droog‘s “Tableau Tablecloth” was created by photographer Maurice Scheltens using the photogram technique, and reveals the aftermath of a (successful?) dinner party. This super-cool tablecloth comes in 6 and 8-person setting sizes that’ll cost you a pretty penny, running $560 and $630 each.
Check out my latest post at Behind the Burner to read about dining in style with Ali Siavoshi‘s playful lighting designs. This is art born of everyday objects many of us have around the house – wine glasses, hangers, umbrellas, and, as evidenced by “Hungry,” even cutlery.
iukbox presents Better View blinds by Finnish designer Elina Aalto. The series of perforated black out roller blinds allow light to seep in through cutouts, creating images of the city by night. Four city patterns (limited editions of 1000 each) are available currently: Paris, Tokyo, Helsinki and Stockholm. This fall, iukbox and Aalto plan to… Continue reading A Room with a View