The silicone storage bags are reusable and durable. The leakproof seal prevents spills and keeps contents safely stored inside. The bags even can be used to steam, microwave, freeze and marinate food. Each is only $20.
The Pistachio nut bowl by OTOTO Design is a playful and practical solution for serving nuts and olives. The pistachio shell shaped bowl looks like a pistachio split into two parts, one for serving nuts and the other for collecting discarded pits and shells. Just serve and watch everybody go nuts for the Pistachio. The bowl is made of melamine and is dishwasher safe.
"These sturdy stainless steel bookends are good to use together (on a desk, for example) or separately (on a half-full bookshelf). They have non-slip silicone pads on the bottom and will not bend. Standard set includes right and left hands. " $24.
This hidden bookcase turned your home into a stealthy secret lair. The hidden bookcase folds in half by sliding on steel tracks embedded in the floor and built into the header panel, both of which are completely hidden when the bookcase is in its normal unfolded position. Fill the thing up with books, and nobody will know this secret book. It is available now for $3000.
"Street is a collection of stackable units for storage and display of magazines, books and plants in public and private spaces. The system consists of four parts, a frame and a house, high and low unit. The units can be combined in different ways, for example as a shelf or a room divider. "
Created by Helsinki-based Martina Carpelan who wrote, "Kulma, corner in Finnish, is a shelf to be hung either in a positive or a negative corner of a room. The idea is to utilize and highlight both the space within the shelf and the corner surrounding the shelf." Oak; 43cm W x 25cm H x 25cm D. "Produced on request by Martina Carpelan, designed together with Hong Ngo in 2006."