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Furnibloom Moves to Incorporate Flowers into Everyday Space

 - Jun 29, 2010   Updated: Jul 18 2011
References: psfk & coolhunting
Perhaps you are a city dweller with limited access to space; you want a garden, but you also want a patio set--and you don't have room for both. Then you may want to look into Furnibloom.

Designed by Iceland's Dagný Bjarnadóttir, Furnibloom uses Plexiglass furniture that has space inside to cultivate plants of all varieties -- herbs, spices, flowers, vegetables -- so you can have your plants and eat them too.

Implications - The possibilities with these pieces are endless; you can now customize your table and seats to match your garden. Have beds that burst with blues and pinks? Simply plant some seedlings into your seats and surfaces and your furniture will be flowering in no time. Turn your bland breakfasts into blossoming brunches.