- Spiran bike by People People. It’s really beautiful, but take a look at the gif animation here to understand how innovative it is as well.
- Bike trophies by Andreas Scheiger, via the amazing bike blog De Velotariër.
- Concept for MONIKER bike handles by Taylor Simpson, made from genuine deer antlers and recycled material.
- The Ride Life is a monthly video tour through brussels by locals on their bike.
- Beautiful copper bike. Want! (source)
- Conceptual transparent bike by German studio Designaffairs, made from a polymer called Trivex, which was developed for helicopter windscreens and fighter jet canopies. (source)
- Wooden handlebars designed by Adam Brackney. This pretty bike was on sale here. Was…
- FIXA bike shelf and storage unit, by Chrome Ltd.
photos by me
As most of you know, I recently moved to Antwerp. Obviously, a new place equals a new interior but unfortunately I’m still on a student budget. Luckily, DIY’ing is a lot of fun and a lot better for my wallet! I’ve already started by making my first piece of furniture from scratch thanks to the workshop Libre Objet (expect a full photo report soon!) and my handmade Existenz lamp is still looking pretty after three years and one move. But my room is far from finished yet (the piles of books on the floor can testify) so I can’t wait to create more pieces myself! (If you’re looking for more inspiration, go to my pinterest or my previous blogposts.)
- Concrete ‘plastic cups’ for candles, reminding me of these. (source)
- Wooden crate lights. (source)
- A merry mishap always has the best DIY’s, like this concrete diamond. (source)
- Clock made from a tray. (source)
- Shelf – I’m so gonna make something like this. (source)
- Geometric paper lamp (source)
- Tin can pencil holders. (source)
- Clipboard inspiration wall. (source)
With a move in the near future, I’ve been collecting interior inspiration with even more enthusiasm than usually. Therefore (and also to make up for my absence lately and the fact that it’s been ages since I’ve shared pretty interiors) I made this extra long pretty things post devoted to interior inspiration only. As you can tell, I love bright white spaces with lots of personal touches, a mix of vintage and industrial accents and lots of green. If this isn’t enough inspiration for you yet: take a look at my pinterest board here.
everything from muji, hema or random office supply stores
Pretty office supplies make studying so much more fun, don’t you think? (Ok, I admit, I don’t exactly need an alphabet stamp set, fancy envelopes or watercolor paint to help me learn all about concrete or acoustics, but they do make for fun (and creative!) study breaks…) I think I’m set when it comes to pretty notebooks and pens for a while, especially since my days of studying are coming to an end. One more day.