The 'Mool' Humidifiers feature a fashionable dual-purpose design that fuse practicality with art.
These devices are necessities in most homes, but when they're not in use, they collect dust while taking up valuable counter space. Most home owners report only using their humidifier 1 to 6 months out of a year, prompting designer Huira Koo, to create a product that functions as a humidifier during dry seasons and a home accessory during humid seasons.
When not in use, this multi-functional product can be deconstructed to double as a vase and bowl, adding elements of earthy comfort to any room. The terra-cotta base keeps fruits fresh and cool, while the stylish water jug stands as the perfect size to house seasonal flowers.
These designs serve as an example of a cost-effective product that provides the consumer with extended usability.
The 'Mool' Humidifiers Double as a Vase and Jug During Humid Seasons
1. Multi-functional Devices - Designing products with multiple purposes saves space and resources.
2. Practical Art - Combining practicality with art creates unique and useful products.
3. Extended Usability - Products with extended usability provide a better return on investment for consumers.
1. Home Decor - Home decor industry can benefit from creating more products that serve as practical art.
2. Home Appliances - Home appliances industry can explore producing multi-functional devices that save space and materials.
3. Gardening and Floral - Gardening and floral industry can expand their product line to include vases and containers that do double duty as humidifiers and bowls.