but it’s like we weren’t made for this world (though I wouldn’t really want to meet someone who was).
Probably not all doors should offer previews, all the time, but this is undeniably wonderful. As it is, the knob offers bi-directional viewing; I wonder if you could half-silver one side and make it one-way? Johnny Strategy at Spoon & Tomago writes:
In conjunction with Design Tide Tokyo, architect Hideyuki Nakayama - a protégé of Toyo Ito - has teamed up with UNION, a manufacturer of door handles and levers, to create a glass globe doorknob. As you approach the doorknob you catch a glimpse of what appears to be another world, waiting for you to enter and join, but in fact is a reflection of the room on the other side of the door.
- closet organized, all shelves
- dresser organized and moved out of my room
- cleaned out my night stand and moved it out of the room
- cleaned out desk and moved it to corner where dresser was
- hung up and put away clothes
- cleaned off window seal
- collected crap/garbage that I don’t want anymore in the corner of room
- sneezed a lot :(
- organized my bins and put camera stuff in one!
- put “kid” stuff that I actually care about keeping in two bins that are now in my closet
what is left:
- sleep (tonight)
- go to the dump because of all the crap
- remove white trim around my room (with screw driver?!)
- take apart my bed and move it to the garage
- cover up holes on my walls, and paint white
- new flooring (possibility/most likely)
- set up/organize my desk area
- move all my photo stuff in
so so sick right now, waking up in five hours and fifteen minutes.