This Fish Bubble Wall Aquarium from Seven Seas Aquarium sure makes me want to have fishes …
This Fish Bubble Wall Aquarium from Seven Seas Aquarium sure makes me want to have fishes at home. As with many great innovations, they’re usually designed with simplicity in mind and this wall hanging aquarium truly fits the bill. It would definitely be a great addition to any home. Why hang a piece of art (imitating life) when you can hang life itself up on the wall!
Did some research and here are some sites selling the bowl:
Seven Seas Aquarium sells them in 2 different sizes- the 3.6l version retails for USD24.95; the 6.7l version retails for USD29.95
Petgadgets retails the hanging fish bowl for USD21.95
Collections ETC retails the bowl for USD9.99 but it’s currently sold out
I’m not sure if this bowl is available anywhere locally yet but I’m definitely going to keep my eyes peeled for it. What a great way to display your aquarium. In fact, I’m going to head over to the pet store across from where I live, Petsmore Inc., this evening. Tata.
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The Twig bench and cube by PINCH is really a homogeneous product. It can either be used as a bench or a great looking coffee table. Wood strip/chips/circles are gaining popularity as components for modern contemporary furniture.
The twig table is also featured in The Style Files amongst other uses for wood in furnishing a modern home (including birch wallpaper!). Click here to view the article from TheStyleFiles. I admire the simplicity in the design of the Twig bench and cube, along with the fact that it uses a good old natural resource, wood, to create a contemporary piece of home furniture. The very next day after the initial post, TheStyleFiles shared a most useful article with DIY instructions on how to create something very similar to PINCH’s variety by remodeling any old table.
Brilliant, isn’t it? Click here to view the full article from TheStyleFiles. However, the instructions are in Dutch but I’m certain it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out how it’s done from the pictures above.
Doing this the DIY way will save you:
Sure is worth the trouble, isn’t it?
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