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Sunday, December 18, 2011

Hacked Ikea Furniture....funktified free-form furniture for your (tiny) home!

     I just LOVE how many cool and inspiring blog there are out there. I randomly stumble upon new ones every single day, from some very creative and talented people, and today it was that had a really cool article on consumerism, and the DIY ethic (and its relation to value/worth (which I feel fits right in with the whole tiny housing/small living/sustainability movement in several ways)).

Check out the cool article on the above, and the DIY mindset here....

     Above is the photo of some hacked Ikea furniture that caught my eye. Below I also have a tiny review on a cool little space efficient stool (great for tiny homes/houses- the reason I bought it)....AND sketch #16 of our "SIXTY SHACK SKETCHES IN SIXTY DAYS" series....(a countdown of new, lesser seen (or never seen) sketches leading up to the release (on now) of "Humble Homes, Simple Shacks"....which has gotten some kick-butt reviews from The Boston Globe, The New York Times, Jay Shafer of The Tiny Tumbleweed House Company, Make Magazine, The Seattle Times, Lloyd Kahn,Lester Walker, Pete Nelson, and so on....

"The Cubby"- a tiny backyard guest house or simple vacation cabin in the woods- sketch and design by Derek "Deek" Diedricksen
-Derek "Deek" Diedricksen

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