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Lighten your load, and never forget your lock at home again. Seatylock is a clever invention that serves as both a bicycle seat and lock. This patented product is a feat of design and innovation, and is compatible with any bike. And with six colors to choose from you’ll be riding securely and in style!

Source: designboom

This rundown of high-design tiles from Portland Monthly will have your head spinning with ideas for bathroom and kitchen upgrades that go far beyond a basic backsplash or simple subway tiles. Ann Sacks’ beautiful and reflective Versailles tiles (above) would be perfect for adding depth to a smaller space. The possibilities are endless!

Source: Portland Monthly

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Pardon us if we drool, but these simple-yet-gorgeous scandinavian rugs are just our style. The line of cotton and wool Kelim rugs from Ferm Living‘s fall collection are an exercise in simplicity, with on-trend colors and geometric block patterns. Oh, Design*Sponge. You really know the way to our hearts, don’t you?

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Source: Design*Sponge

Beautiful Bike: The Wood B

Househappy —  September 11, 2014 — Leave a comment

We agree with Remodelista: this might just be the world’s most beautiful bicycle.

Designed and built by French brand BSG, the Wood B is the first wooden bike manufactured entirely in France—and it’s simple, clean design is definitely lust-worthy.

Source: Remodelista

It’s no secret that we love Apple products and clean design.

The YOHANN—a minimalist, functional, iPad® stand—is the best of both worlds. It comes in a variety of beautiful colors and it even works on soft surfaces. We want it.

No wonder it’s already fully backed on Kickstarter.

Source: Design Milk

Pet Pad: Dog House Upgrade

Househappy —  September 8, 2014 — 2 Comments

Gone are the days of the boring dog house.

Spotted over at Freshome, these fun and colorful pet trailers won’t just give your furry friend a place to call his or her own—it’ll also look great in your home or backyard. Plus, they’re made from environmentally-friendly materials, including recyclable aluminum, plywood, and plastic, so you won’t have to feel guilty about it.

Source: Freshome

We love Househappy’s home state of Oregon and we love Design*Sponge, so when we saw that they did a roundup of the state’s best homes, you can bet we were excited. Many of the homes that made the list are in Portland, too, so we’re definitely a little envious of these digs.

Source: Design*Sponge