Top 10 Accessories for a neat home


This week we browsed a little through MONOQI, a platform that presents interesting designs for cheap prices. They feature new products on a daily basis but you should better be fast as every offer is only available for a few days. Also you have to register as a member to take a look at the daily deal. We found some really nice things that we don’t wanna keep back from you.

So enjoy our best-of featuring the Top 10 Accessories for a neat home.

Japanese Folded Paper Globes

Japanese design duo Drill Design sought out the experimental skills of Marumo Printing to bring their ‘geografia’ series to life. A new take on the country’s paper arts heritage, this angular paper globe comes to you flat-packed and ready to fold into this polyhedral shape. Ready to sit on your table, geografia lets you choose between embossed textures and innovative cartographic approaches, or a blank canvas waiting for your own creative touch.


Classic & Flexible Steel Shelves

In a perfect world, our books would always end up back on our shelves instead of scattered over every surface and in every corner of our homes. This classic bookshelf can help you to keep reaching towards that standard. Designed in 1953 by Dutch designer D. Dekker, this steel shelving unit is a delicate and unobtrusive design classic that is solid and can be combined with multiple units to expand. Available for the first time in decades, these iconic forms are an organisational solution with timelessly sleek style.


Clavio Sideboard

Formabilio works with young designers to bring their creations to the world stage, and up-and-coming designer Chiara Pellicano caught the label’s eye with her Clavio Sideboard. A new approach to storage with clean and simple lines. With telescopic functionality, a sliding door, a movable and colored interior element and a matching wheel, the sideboard blends inviting hominess with arresting, contemporary aesthetics that can be adapted to fit any corner.



This is a rather handy accessoire though we all know that being well-connected is everything these days, which means that pile of winding cables around your desk is something you’ll have to live with. Still, no one said you had to avert your eyes in horror as aesthetic destruction runs rampant through your space. Hamburg-based design duo André Kieker and Ämilios Grohmann have a better solution. With four EU plug ports and two for USB, the Diamondplugin power strip offers an elegant solution for home and office, all finished off with a blue textile cable.


Lambswool Blanket

Everyone needs something to ward off those lazy, rainy day blues. Put your trust in Irish heritage label Foxford’s creations to deliver a touch of Irish warmth, in blanket form. Woven in the same mill in County Mayo since it was founded by a nun in 1892, every Foxford blanket melds skilled craftsmanship and artistry with colours that melt into your interior.



If you can’t remember the last time you had a pillow fight, then it’s definitely been too long. Grab the next available cushion and a group of friends — and as the last feather falls to the ground, you’ll realise it’s probably time to invest in some new cushions. Perhaps a little something special this time around? The fine merino wool used by Danish label FUSS combines minimalist design with classic colour combinations that will never go out of style. Also available in different colors and patterns.


Trissen Table

Originally conceived for children, the Trissen Table Ditzel designed for Snedkergaarden has taken on a life of its own since its 1962 debut. Crafted by expert carpenters in Denmark using hardwoods handpicked for their structure, colour and grain, the tables age with grace and poise, taking on a patina as distinct as the home in which they reside. Made from solid, untreated beech, this coffee table-sized Trissen is available in different heights.


Traditional English Cast Iron Wares

At the beginning of the 18th century, Abraham Darby patented a method of producing cast iron pots and kettles that helped catapult his native English county of Shropshire to the forefront of the Industrial Revolution. 300 years later, Netherton Foundry carries on this tradition with a line of heritage cookware produced in the same corner of the West Midlands. Crafted in a 4th generation, family-run foundry, their pots and slow cookers are built for a lifetime.


Solid Concrete And LED Luminescence

The work of three young designers with varied backgrounds in carpentry, product and craft design, Seung Wook Kim, Tae Eun Kim and Soon Woo Yoon founded South Korean design studio Better Mix in 2008. Handmade using ecologically sound cement, the Moulded Lamps are fitted with a long-lasting LED module to create a beautiful home accessory.


Pop Up Corner Light

Straight from the city of love and light comes a novel idea: a lamp designed for corners. These familiar nooks are often left in the shadows, but for the creative minds of Well Well Designers’ Héloïse Piraud and Antoine Bécognée, illuminating them made perfect sense. This clever Pop Up Light by the young Parisian design duo appears aglow in the corner of your room. The dimmable, FSC-certified cardboard design is delivered flat, pre-scored, and ready to be delicately folded together on arrival.


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