You love being in a museum but is a home body? How about being in both places? Yes! You can! If you can’t believe it, then you must have the Lyon Housemuseum as your example. Designed and owned by Corbett Lyon, the Lyon Housemuseum is a house that holds the owner’s collection of artworks. The collection forms a spectacular part of the Lyon House’s interior design while making the home an instant museum in one. If you have large collections of artworks or any other collector’s items, you can probably do the same. In this way, your collection will not be on a secluded place and in no use no more and will surely will entertain majority if not all of your guests. -via
From: Lyon Housemuseum
Drinking fountains are normally visible in universities and in some other public places like parks. However, designer Matt Brown had created a bathroom faucet that can work as a drinking fountain as well. By simply pulling the end of the faucet, the hole will be revealed and thus allows users to instantly drink water without the need to use a glass. The faucet is clean lines and sleek design that no one would think it is a bathroom faucet. Looks like a decorative item that can be placed even on the most elegant kitchen settings as a kitchen faucet and as part of the kitchen’s interior design.
From: Matt Brown
Everybody loves coffee or tea as part of his or her morning routine. Make your daily morning habit more cozy and classy by using the Sweetheart Teapot by Christian Ghion, 750ml porcelain made teapot that has a maternal and feminine curves. These curves give the sweetheart teapot a unique and classy look making it not only the perfect tableware for your kitchen or patio, but a décor as well. Just simply place it on top of your table, accentuate with some of your porcelain teacups and you surely will have a classy décor at home that your guests would get envy with. -via