More ideas from Johan
A brand-new Dutch product: Lamzac Hangout. This inflatable furniture can be used as an alternative for a hammock or can seat 3 people (like a couch). It's extremely comfortable, weighs only 1300 grams and can be folded to the size of a bag of crisps. Easy to take with you to the park, the beach or a festival! You don't have to pump air into it (you just scoop the air) and it's ready to use in less than a minute. Imagine what our parks would look like if everyone brought their own Lamzac!

A brand-new Dutch product: Lamzac Hangout. This inflatable furniture can be used as an alternative for a hammock or can seat 3 people (like a couch). It's extremely comfortable, weighs only 1300 grams and can be folded to the size of a bag of crisps.

How To Make a Chandelier From Old Wine Bottles: Suspend bottle-holding plank from ceiling canopy with chain. Use caulk gun to add silicone along surface of drilled holes. Next, insert wine bottles up into holes until securely and snugly in place, then insert sockets up through the wine bottles and through drilled holes of plank. From DIYnetwork.com

We have one of these in the wine shop in the Gallery. DIY Network has instructions on how to use upcycled wine bottles to create inexpensive lighting for a wine cellar, bar, kitchen or dining room.

Vertical garden

Don't have much space to grow your favorite plants? Try building a vertical garden like this one, designed by Susie Frazier. Using salvaged wood, threaded rods and bolts, and a handful of mason jars, you can construct a simple hanging planter to add a lot