Even the most detailed home decor planner would probably never think about coordinating with a doorstop, but creations like Cas Moors smooth oak doorstop may be soon changing this oversight.
Traditionally, a doorstop has been an item used solely for the purpose of making sure a door stays open, and because of this, doorstops have tended to stay in the realm of unglamorous rubber wedges. But thanks to people like Belgian artist Cas Moor and his ultra-chic Tjirp oak doorstop device, people may be paying more attention to how a door is kept ajar.
Shaped like cute little birds, Moors design is both intuitive and stylish. Decorated with fine accents, narrow lines and even soft paint colors in some cases, these oak doorstoppers are show-stopping devices.