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Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

It’s still winter in many parts of the world (or some weeks it is, and some weeks it isn’t – hello, global warming!). Lasso came about when Gaspard Tiné-Berès went off to school and needed slippers to tolerate the cold stone floors. Taking a piece of spare felt and a sneaker lace, the first pair of Lasso slippers were born.

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

After 164 prototypes, the design was perfected and Tiné-Berès brought Ruben Valensi on board to help get the company rolling. Now made in Paris with the help of a company that provides work for people with special needs.

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

Lasso slippers are made from a single piece of wool felt, a leather sole, and cotton lace in five different colors. The slippers come flat-packed and easily take shape when you lace the edges together.

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

They are currently looking for funding on Kickstarter, so help them out with some cash while helping your feet get some warmth.

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category

Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category


Lasso: Flat Packed Slippers in style fashion  Category


The Trick Art Museum Is Like Photoshop Without A Computer

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The Trick Art Museum Is Like Photoshop Without A Computer

Another day another crazy Photoshopped gallery of images amirite? IAMWRONG! None of the images you see here have been doctored. These are all things that really happened in real life. Well, sorta. The Trick Art Museum in South Korea contains amazing interactive optical illusions. Visitors are encouraged to become part of each scene and pose for wild photos… unlike at the Louvre where they frown upon it when you try to get a photo of yourself standing behind the Nike of Samothrace making it look like your arms and head are part of the statue. Jeez, why is everyone screaming at me in French? I swear to GOD she was already broken when I got here!

33 Cool Hotel-Style Bedroom Design Ideas

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If you want to enjoy the comforts of a top-notch 5-star hotel you don’t have to travel far away. You can make your own bedroom getaway with right inspiration. We’ve gathered a bunch of hotel-style bedrooms to give you with interesting ideas. Of course most of them are designed by professional interior designers but we hope that these photos will help you to make your bedroom great without one. Besides that some of the things in these rooms are quite expensive but we tried to find bedrooms with as less such items as possible. Enjoy!

Coastal Hotel Style Bedroom


Contemporary Hotel Style Bedroom



Cozy Hidden Hotel Style Bedroom


Dark Futuristic Hotel Style Bedroom


African Hotel Bedroom


Hotel Bedroom With Huge Doors And Windows


Glamour Hotel Bedroom With Reflective Walls


Black And White Hotel Style Bedroom


Contemporary Gray Hotel Bedroom Design


Cozy Hotel Style Bedroom


Cozy Wooden Hotel Style Bedroom


Dark And Moody Hotel Room


Hotel Bedroom With A Bed That Is The Focal Point Of The Room


Hotel Bedroom With A Cool Bed


Hotel Bedroom With Stand Out Patterns On Walls


Hotel Style Bedroom With Bedside Tables And Mirrors That Make Statement


Hotel Style Bedroom With Glowing Bed


Hotel Style Bedroom With Light That Create Atmosphere


Impressive Hotel Style Bedroom Combined With A Bathroom


Light And Airy Futuristic Hotel Style Bedroom


Luxorious Hotel Style Bedroom


Luxury Hotel Style Bedroom


Modern Hotel Style Bedroom


Pure Glamour Bedroom Design


Romantic Hotel Style Bedroom


Simple Hotel Style Bedroom With Bed That Catches Attention


Spa Hotel Style Bedroom In Turquoise Color


Spa Like Hotel Bedroom


Swedish Hotel Bedroom


Symmetrical Hotel Style Bedroom Design


Tropical Hotel Style Bedroom


Tropican Hotel Style Bedroom


Ultra Modern Hotel Style Bedroom



13 The Most Cool And Wacky Bedrooms Ever

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Starting at childhood we dream about cool bedrooms and sometimes we even get them. Here are 13 the most cool and wacky bedrooms we could find around the internet. You’ll see everything from dream-like thematic kids rooms to great romantic escapes at extravagant resorts. Of course most of these designs are unreal to repeat you still can find some interesting ideas and simply enjoy bedrooms that is the most cool out there.

onlyexclusivetravel)’ rel=’lightbox’>Bedroom With A Pool In The Mykonos Blu Resort (via <a rel=onlyexclusivetravel)’ />

Bedroom With A Pool In The Mykonos Blu Resort (via onlyexclusivetravel)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Corian Futuristic Bedroom By Karim Rashid (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Corian Futuristic Bedroom By Karim Rashid (via digsdigs)



architizer)’ rel=’lightbox’>Transparent Garden Shed Bedroom (via <a rel=architizer)’ />

Transparent Garden Shed Bedroom (via architizer)


mymodernmet)’ rel=’lightbox’>Pirate Ship Kids Bedroom (via <a rel=mymodernmet)’ />

Pirate Ship Kids Bedroom (via mymodernmet)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Mobile Red Cube Bedroom (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Mobile Red Cube Bedroom (via digsdigs)


conradhotels3)’ rel=’lightbox’>An Amazing Underwater Bedroom From Conrad Maldives Rangali Islands Resort (via <a rel=conradhotels3)’ />

An Amazing Underwater Bedroom From Conrad Maldives Rangali Islands Resort (via conradhotels3)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Really Glamour Bedroom (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Really Glamour Bedroom (via digsdigs)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Futuristic Bedroom Design (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Futuristic Bedroom Design (via digsdigs)


karako)’ rel=’lightbox’>A Bedroom With A Complicated Canopy (via <a rel=karako)’ />

A Bedroom With A Complicated Canopy (via karako)


bornrich)’ rel=’lightbox’>A Bedroom With An Extravagant Canopy Bed (via <a rel=bornrich)’ />

A Bedroom With An Extravagant Canopy Bed (via bornrich)


mymodernmet)’ rel=’lightbox’>Half Graffiti Bedroom (via <a rel=mymodernmet)’ />

Half Graffiti Bedroom (via mymodernmet)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Creative Bookcase Bedroom (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Creative Bookcase Bedroom (via digsdigs)


dornob)’ rel=’lightbox’>Hanging Bedroom-In-A-Box (via <a rel=dornob)’ />

Hanging Bedroom-In-A-Box (via dornob)

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17 Cool Teen Room Ideas

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These teen room ideas are photorealistic 3d renders from Spanish designer Sergi. He shows his woks on his blog in order to receive critics about them and to help other to design perfect room for their kids. Such designing isn’t always easy because teenagers are hard to please. Sergi’s works are done in different beautiful but not very contrast colors and are cool as for boy as for girl. If you’re design a room for teen and doesn’t buy some furniture collection from famous company which specialize in kids room designs these renders could fill your mind with a ideas. [Via home designing blog]

Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room



Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room

Top 10 Longest Words in the English Language

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Sometimes a picture says a thousand words; sometimes a word says a  thousand letters.  There are a few instances in the English language where  a word is not constructed for the sake of communication so much as to break a  world record, for spectacle’s sake.  In that way, the English language is  much like the Olympics; here are ten words that really go the distance.

Note: the following are words in the non-strictest sense, being that some are  technical terms, some have been coined, while others actually appear in the  dictionary.  Depending on which school of thought you subscribe to, lists  may very on the basis of “what constitutes a word” (and some may argue simply  that letters constitute a word).

Additional note: tying for the #7 spot is the word “hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian.”  It also contains 30 letters.  Let  its omission be justified by saying this list, in and of itself, is  hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian (i.e. “that which pertains to extremely long  words”).

10.  Honorificabilitudinitatibus

This 27-letter word coined by Shakespeare, in his comedy Love’s Labour’s Lost, is  a testament to the Bard’s own intralexiconic skills. Meaning “the state of being  able to achieve honors,” the word is the longest one in the English language  with alternating consonants and vowels (Take a look for yourself….yep.).

9.  Antidisestablishmentarianism

Containing 28-letters, antidisestablishmentarianism is the longest proper  word, consisting of proper and compatible root and affix attachments.   After all the Lego blocks have been snapped together, the word comes to mean “the movement or ideology that opposes disestablishment (i.e. the separation of  church and state, as in the movement that took place in 1860’s England).”  The word has a dated relevance, or else is the greatest living thing in a world  history nerd’s vocabulary.

8.  Floccinaucinihilipilification

This 29-letter word, pieced together from Latin stems, means simply “the  deeming of something to be trivial.”  One letter more than  antidisestablishmentarianism, and just as big of a mouthful, it is a valid  dictionary entry with a usefulness that is much greater than anything it might  be placed beside contextually.  Some readers might even be able to maintain  a floccinaucinihilipilification for this list.

7.  Pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism

This 30-letter word is a technical one for a type of inherited disorder.  An individual with such a disorder resembles  someone with Pseudohypoparathyroidism Type 1A, but doesn’t possess a deficiency  in calcium or PTH levels (which mark the essential differences between  Pseudohypoparathyroidism 1A and Hypoparathyroidism).

To put it far more basically, the word is much more fun to say than to  have.

6.  Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

This 34-letter word, which was coined by song-writers Richard and Robert  Sherman in the musical film Mary Poppins, is completely made-up, the sum of word  parts that don’t even follow proper prefix/suffix placement protocol; the “-istic” following “fragil-” is a suffix, which should signify a word’s  end.  However, it is followed by the prefix “ex-,” where a new, separate  word should begin.  Nonetheless, it is just another example of a phrase  being irretrievably carried off by and imbedded within the culture into which it  was born.  Just as how words are invented all the time in rap culture, and  swallowed up by a constantly-evolving (or devolving) language system.

The word, containing definable roots, means something like “Atoning for  educability through delicate beauty.”  Miss Poppins, however, would insist  the word means “something to say when you have nothing to say.”

5.  Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis

The term refers to a kind of lung disease caused by a finely-powdered silica  dust.  This word, containing 45 letters, does appear in the dictionary, but  was created primarily just for the sake of a long word.  An equivalent of  what the word is going for, albeit by taking the long way home, is a condition  simply called silicosis.  Any doctor diagnosing the former is obviously getting paid by  the hour.

4.  Aequeosalinocalcalinoceraceoaluminosocupreovitriolic

This 52-letter word was engendered by Dr. Edward Strother in order to  describe spa waters of Bath, England in a single word.  The sum of  individually-meaningful parts, the word altogether means roughly, “equally  salty, calcium-rich, waxy, containing aluminum and copper, and vitriolic.”  Of course this word has very few applications elsewhere.  Unless maybe you  were talking about some kind of 9V-battery-powered robotic chicken wing.

3.   Lopadotemachoselachogaleokranioleipsanodrimhypotrimmatosilphioparaomelito-katakechymenokichlepikossyphophattoperisteralektryonoptekephalliokigklopeleiolagoio-siraiobaphetraganopterygon

This word, which shan’t be uttered twice, is a transliteration of a word  coined by Greek author Aristophanes in his comic play Assemblywomen.   Containing 171 letters, it is the longest word appearing in literature and  refers to a fictional dish; the word quite literally is just the smooshing  together of the 17 ingredients contained within (including sharks, pigeons, honey, and various unappetizing animal  parts).  Don’t expect to see this listed on any menu, as there surely  wouldn’t be enough room to list anything else.

2.  Methionylglutaminylarginyltyrosylglutamylserylleucylphenyl- alanylalanylglutaminylleucyllysylglutamylarginyllysylglutamyl- glycylalanylphenylalanylvalylprolylphenylalanylvalylthreonyl- leucylglycylaspartylprolylglycylisoleucylglutamylglutaminyl- serylleucyllysylisoleucylaspartylthreonylleucylisoleucylglutamy- lalanylglycylalanylaspartylalanylleucylglutamylleucylglycylisoleucyl- prolylphenylalanylserylaspartylprolylleucylalanylaspartylglycylproly- lthreonylisoleucylglutaminylaspfraginylalanylthreonylleucylarginy- lalanylphenylalanylalanylalanylglycylvalylthreonylprolylalanyl- glutaminylcysteinylphenylalanylglutamylmethionylleucylalany- lleucylisoleucylarginylglutaminyllysylhistidylprolylthreonylisoleucyl- prolylisoleucylglycylleucylleucylmethionyltyrosylalanylasparaginy- lleucylvalylphenylalanylasparaginyllysylglycylisoleucylaspartyl-glutamylphenylalanyltyrosylalanylglutaminylcysteinylglutamylly-sylvalylglycylvalylaspartylserylvalylleucylvalylalanylaspartylvalyl-prolylvalylglutaminylglutamylserylalanylprolylphenylalanylarginyl-glutaminylalanylalanylleucylarginylhistidylasparaginylvalylalanyl-prolylisoleucylphenylalanylisoleucylcysteinylprolylprolylaspartylalanyl-aspartylaspartylaspartylleucylleucylarginylglutaminylisoleucylalanyl-seryltyrosylglycylarginylglycyltyrosylthreonyltyrosylleucylleucylseryl-arginylalanylglycylvalylthreonylglycylalanylglutamylasparaginyl-arginylalanylalanylleucylprolylleucylasparaginylhistidylleucylvalyl-alanyllysylleucyllysylglutamyltyrosylasparaginylalanylalanylprolyl-prolylleucylglutaminylglycylphenylalanylglycylisoleucylserylalanyl-prolylaspartylglutaminylvalyllysylalanylalanylisoleucylaspartylalanyl-glycylalanylalanylglycylalanylisoleucylserylglycylserylalanylisoleucyl-valyllysylisoleucylisoleucylglutamylglutaminylhistidylasparaginy-lisoleucylglutamylprolylglutamyllysylmethionylleucylalanylalanyl-leucyllysylvalylphenylalanylvalylglutaminylprolylmethionyllysylalanyl-alanylthreonylarginylserine

What you just stared at is the 1913-letter chemical name for tryptophan  synthetase, a protein (an enzyme, to be exact) with 267 amino acids.  Of  course, it’s completely impractical to actually utter this prankster’s approach  to making huge words (the largest one in print), and just looking at it for too  long might even lead you to believe there are words and phrases hidden in there  like a word search (if you look closely the word “party” shows up a few times,  as does something resembling “asparagus”).  Of course, when you  cut-and-paste such a word (rather than risk missing even a single letter, for  accuracy’s sake), you risk looking like an ass by not thoroughly combing through that contrived  brick-o’-letters.

1.  [Titin’s Chemical Name]

This 189,819-letter word shall not be printed in its entirety, partially  because it is literally too big to print (without filling the space of a short  novella that is), and would be a waste of time and hard drive space.  Along  the same lines as the last example, it is a derivation of the chemical  components that comprise the protein; abridged, the word is “Methionylthreonylthreonyl…isoleucine,” really not worth seeing sprawled-out if  for a single-purpose novelty (the only real purpose a chemical name could  possibly serve).

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