An indoor-outdoor kitchen that opens the whole space up, inexpensive boho rugs, and more design links we loved from around the internet this week:
Just in time for eating-on-the-porch season, this indoor-outdoor kitchen from Benn + Penna Architecture makes use of weather-proof materials and a sliding glass door to open up an otherwise compact kitchen. (Remodelista)
Using just a copper pipe, a length of rope, a knob, and a scroll of paper, this hanging to-do list is everything you want form a white board in your home office, except you'll actually like how it looks (and doesn't smell). (Sarah Sherman Samuel)
Kilim, berber, Anatolian: The world of colorful bohemian rugs is vast, so knowing the terms to search for is a boon to the online shopper (as is this roundup of a whole bunch that are under $100). (The Jungalow)
Designed by the Amsterdam-based team at Odd Matter Studio, this line of mobile-like light fixtures are modeled on drawings of electrical circuits, giving them a vaguely industrial vibe that's still wholly modern. (Dezeen)
No matter how same-same they might look to the rest of the world, white, boxy New York City apartments provide us with an endless source of inspiration when done-up creatively (like this one in the East Village with a cool steel and glass room divider). (Design Milk)
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