Hydroponics, Veggies That Cut It, Fowl Play, and More

March 19, 2014 by

joy-typographic-birdhouseDesigned by Nishant Jethi

And just like that… we’ve collected five blog posts full of fabulous finds, and placed them on to one tidy little post! There’s something here for everyone, even the birds. Enjoy.

1. 5 Totally Awesome Styish Modern Birdhouses


Nothing says a fine feathered nest can’t be a stylish one–even if the birds don’t notice, we do. I’ve found five witty modern birdhouses that will make any avian friend feel at home in style. Hanging in the photo above, you’ll find Birdcabin by Australian design studio Tait’s head designer Wayne Bell. Check out the stylish digs of other birds here.


2. Going With the Flow: Stylish Designer Tabletop Hydroponic Planter


For space deprived design lovers who yearn to grow some of their own food, this contemporary designer tabletop hydroponic planter fits the bill. Read more about how this planter is as functionable as it is fashionable here.


3. Sleek Angle On a Community Garden Shed

Woodlands Community Garden Shed designed by UBC architecture students in Vancouver

I don’t know about you, but when I hear the words “garden shed,” I don’t immediately picture a gorgeous, sleek and impossibly well-designed structure. Read more about what this shed has to offer, besides its striking good looks, here.


4. Coolspottings: 10 Indoor-Outdoor Home and Garden Pieces With Sense of Humor

hug-wood-stool-emo-designEmo’s Hug Stools

You need a little more fun in your life– not to single you out– we all do. How about gracing your space with a sense of play? Here are 10 indoor-outdoor home and garden pieces that deliver a sense of humor to any home and garden space.


5. Biodegradable Utensils: Sustainably Grown Carrot Spoons, Celery Forks, and Leek Knives

Leeks-cutleryPhoto from The Method Case

No, the knives above are not edible. They are part of a collection of biodegradable utensils inspired by their veggie look-alikes. We’re talking sustainably designed tableware that includes a leek knife, celery shaped fork, and a spoon resembling a carrot. You must see them! Take a look here.

1 Comment »

  1. Stephen Wadding said:

    Wonderful stuffs. In fact extraordinary pieces of work. You would be impressed with most of them. Funny yet lovable utensils, some crazy indoor-outdoor garden pieces and more. This is what we could expect from the Urban Gardens. Really innovative and quality piece of work.

    — April 7, 2014 @ 07:15

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