65 6 21 0 11k
Designers have restless minds and they never cease to surprise us by recreating ordinary items in a more useful way. A tie that has a microfiber lining so you can clean your phone screen, a pen that tells you how many words can be written with it, or a pet relief station at the airport are just some examples of smart things that were made to revolutionize our daily lives.
We at Bright Side applaud innovation and the designers that have managed to improve our everyday lives through their awesome creations.
1. The cowboy hat that doubles as a hard hat
2. A bench that can be rotated to the dry side after a rainy day
3. Desks with pedals so that kids can move while learning
4. The trash can that lets you vote for things with stubs in Edinburgh
5. In Seoul, the gas pumps hang from the roof so that you don’t need to worry about which side you should park your car on.
6. A gadget that simulates somebody watching TV
7. A pen that tells you how many words can be written with it
8. A tie that has a microfiber lining so you can clean your phone screen
9. A leaf basket created to keep storm drains clear
10. An ATM that allows you to pick what kind of bills you want
11. An elevator with buttons that can be pressed with your feet
12. A modern tip jar
13. A car that allows you to listen to music only after you put your seatbelt on
14. Toilet paper with a smaller roll inside that can be taken on the go
15. The fridge with a built-in water filter pitcher
16. This dentist has a “Where’s Waldo?” picture on the ceiling to entertain patients during appointments.
17. A store that has a winter simulator for testing out winter clothing
18. Dog parking
19. A dressing room that lets you choose the type of lighting
20. This hotel provides a separate towel to take off makeup.
21. A vending machine for dog treats
22. A phone box that has been repurposed as a defibrillator station
23. A bar with lockers where you can store your phone while it charges
24. An Asian potato chip container that has a tab to lift the chips up
25. A pet relief station at the airport
What’s your opinion about these creative designs? Which one do you find the most useful? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
Preview photo credit sung woo park / coroflot.com