molo design, a collaborative design and production studio from Vancouver, Canada, have created the Cork Peg. I am interested to know how strong these actually are, with the magnetic system they use. From Molo’s website they seem easy enough to use and very simple to move around.
“Cork peg is perfect for hanging jackets and sweaters or small tools and supplies. The Cork peg comes with a magnetic mounting system. When an item is hung from the end of cork peg (like clothing), the total weight bearing capacity is 1.2kg (2.65 lbs); when an item is hung from the middle (like hobo lantern and bag or other small items) the weight bearing capacity is 2.2kg (4.85 lbs).”
Images via Molo and the Contemporist
In an effort to get a little further away from the hustle and bustle (and nearer to nature) Pia, maker of eco-friendly organic fabric designs, her husband Daniel, and their young son all made the move to this small home on the edge of a forest Svedmyra. Handling most of the renovation themselves, they made significant updates while maintaining the home’s vintage charm. Their updates included new flooring, a new layout for the kitchen and bathrooms, new hardware on doors and cabinets, paint, wall coverings, and the removal of doors and partitions to open up the space.
Images via Family Living
Took a little sick time, but I am back with some fantastic wall inspiration. Trine Andersen, the owner and chief designer of Ferm Living, often tries out their new products in her own home. More than just her use of wall, I love her overall design of the space. We are moving into a larger apartment in the coming weeks, and I am excited to push the potential of the walls in a more creative direction.
Images via Bolig