The moon is an ever-present factor in our life and has inspired poetry’s while being the focal point of romantic movies to werewolf culture. Whether you are a sci-fi fan, pop-culture fan, nature enthusiast or just a romantic at heart, we all want a part of the moon. Granila Santisteban’s Luna Mirror does that by bringing you the moon’s aesthetics with the functionality of a mirror.
The Luna Mirror will pull you towards it like the moon pulls the ocean! This mirror is the most minimal way to bring a little bit of celestial aesthetic to your interiors. “The Crescent moon design is made of sand and pure pigments, on a mirror measuring 60 cm in diameter. Each piece is unique and different from the others because it is made in the same phase in which the moon is passing. It is exposed to the night, the serene and the next day to the sun to seal the agreement” says Granila. The entire process follows the moon and the handcrafted design makes each crater, every inch of that surface as unique as your home is.
Given our current scenario and the threat of COVID hanging on us, I would honestly love to have this serene lunar landscape in my home, upping my Instagram quotient. And if you ever don’t have a clear enough sky to gaze at the moon, you know another place to find it!
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Growing up back in the 1970s, I remember going to the furniture store with my parents, and being hypnotized by those dual-layered mirrors that had lights built into them, creating a sort of infinite light effect. While the look might be questionable in a modern home, it certainly was timely in the disco era.
Now, you can own a watch that produces a very similar effect, but using blue LEDs instead of tiny incandescent bulbs.
The effect on this wristwatch from discount watchmaker Skmei is decidedly more futuristic, especially against the black backdrop of its case. When the display is turned off, the dial’s background works as a mirror, so you can look at yourself and check for any food stuck in your teeth.
It’s made from ABS plastic and costs less than 20 bucks, so I’m guessing this watch isn’t going to give your Rolex a run for its money, but it does look cool, and if it ever dies, you can just use it to give yourself a long look in the mirror.
To be honest, not only shirts, but all your laundry can be ironed with easy on the ENSEMBLE. Given the space crunch in most homes, it’s not easy to hide an ironing board, so most of us find innovative ways of masking them as contemporary furniture. (I use mine as a sideboard!) The designers of ENSEMBLE have an innovative solution – a mirror ironing board. On one side you have a full-length mirror and on the flipside you have an ironing board that is very modern and equipped with the latest tech.
With features like switchable iron plates (with brush and plain), to work with different fabrics, the ENSEMBLE is very tech-advanced. It comes with an aroma diffuser to perfume your clothes while steaming them for creases. Color choices include ocean blue, dark brown, cream beige and pure white.
Designers: Sung Hyun Kwon, Ikhyeon Kim, Yungi Min & Byeongjae Ha
Easy to move with ball casters.
The drawers are equipped with steam iron heads, various brush modules, water storage, and perfume storage.