Take a look at this wacky wild furniture from Straight Line Designs. Take a good look. Can you guess which one is called “Bad Table” ? Straight Line Designs is anything but straight! It’s a one-of-a-kind workshop that has been operating out of Vancouver, British Columbia for the past 25 years. In addition to installations, sculptures and private commissions, designer Judson Beaumont and his staff of eight full-time craftspeople have designed and constructed a variety of custom-built furniture and projects for public institutions and children’s exhibitions throughout North America and abroad. There are a lot more pics on his website that are sure to make you smile. And THAT’S what feng shui is all about (in my opinion!).
Photo From NewGarde Blog
Do you think this sustainable design with photovoltaic panels to recharge your technology is wonderful or do you think the designer is off their rocker? From my Feng Shui By Fishgirl standpoint, I think it’s good feng shui because it is visually pleasing to me, has great yin curves to balance out yang angles, is green design, and has a rocking motion that stimulates ch’i energy. And the other cool thing is I discovered a cool design blog called newgarde that has more information about it and a lot of other cool stuff. Do you like design that extraordinarily creative or do you prefer more traditional furnishings? Why?
Wacky dresser by Droog Design (Amsterdam)
This is a dresser you might find in a book by Dr. Seuss (missed posting this on March 2nd, his birthday). It’s a creation of international reknowned Droog Design Collective in Amsterdam. Does it have good feng shui? Your decision…if it fits into your decor and you love it, yes it does. The drawers all are functional, even if askew. Would you put this in your home? Please comment!