The coolest offices in the world, the kitchens of the future, a brilliant tool for making any surface mirrored, and more.
After a soft launch in New York a few months ago, Splacer is now offering curated creative spaces for rent—filling a hole in the real estate market for affordable events, offsites, and meetings. (Curbed)
Mirrored doors can double the light and feeling of spaciousness in a room, but it's not always an affordable option. Enter: mirrored film, a sticky reflective paper that will turn any surface into a mirror, and this helpful DIY that shows you how to do it. (Hunted Interior)
Musings on the future of kitchen design based on the way our culture has depicted it—through corporate films, past and recent culinary inventions, an installation at Disney World, and the like. (Eater)
Besides the fact that they must have missed this post since ours should definitely be on the list, Inc.'s roundup of the world's coolest offices—from Kickstarter, "the speakeasy of offices" (above), to SoundCloud's simple, serene space—is the definition of Friday eye candy. (Inc.)
The appification of all desktop necessities, along with the throwback computer models that we barely remembered until seeing this. (Best Reviews)
A forgotten garage on Washington's Vashon Island gets a very modern makeover, a good reminder that just because a structure is in disrepair doesn't mean it's without potential. (My Modern Met)
Rental space photo by Splacer; mirrored cabinet photo by Kristin Jackson; vintage kitchen of the future image by Frigidaire; Kickstarter office photo by Ole Sondresen; and modern garage photo by Amos Morgan Photography.