Wow, we can’t believe that June is already behind us and we still haven’t seen a break from all of this rain! It’s been a little depressing here in Blighty but we’ve been trying to keep spirits up by sharing a bucket load of good stuff over on Twitter. Hopefully we’ve been brightening up a few days along the way…
Don’t worry if you’ve missed out, as this post is the perfect way to catch up on everything that might have slipped past you in the last month. We also promise to be a (little) bit more sensible than last month – we found some hilarious things to include!
So get the kettle on and settle down to enjoy this month’s edition of Friday Finds…
Colouring Book Wallpaper
Yes, you heard us right – wallpaper that you can play with! Well, if pen and paper games are your thing, that is… You have a choice of tic-tac-toe boards, mazes and crossword puzzles to keep you amused – we have no idea who makes this wallpaper, but we found it over here on Dornob. Do you think Osborne and Little should be worried about a potential competitor?
The weather may have been a little soggy recently but it did nothing to dampen our spirits for the Jubilee weekend. It’s nearly bunting time again (think village fetes and all those celebrations for the Olympics) and we think this bunting is some of the funnest we’ve seen around. It’s designed by Peony and Thistle – you can find it on their Folksy shop.
Before you even say it – it’s not as dirty as it sounds! We love the concept of this mattress, which gives you space to put that extra arm when you’re having a nice cuddle in bed. How many times have you woken up with a sore arm from playing the big spoon – well, now this is a problem of the past!
Come In / Go Away
Ever feel like letting potential visitors know exactly how you feel? Well now you can with this very clever doormat, which uses an optical illusion to do just that. Simply turn it around to either give your guests the all clear or to let them know you’re not really in the mood for visitors.
The Drop Light
We love this one – imagine if you could change your lighting design depending on the situation or your mood? The Drop Light uses high intensity LEDs to reduce the amount of heat given out by it’s lamps, making it safe for you to pick them up and move them around your home. The ‘lighting modules’ then act as free standing lamps – the really nifty bit is that when you replace them, they also charge!
That’s all for this month but don’t worry, we’re already searching high and low for great things to bring you everyday on Twitter and Facebook. We’d love it if you could share any of your latest discoveries with us or just let us know which bits you like best!
Until next time followers of Friday Finds!