Successful designers are those who manage to combine aesthetic beauty, originality, and utility. The things that strike us, and that we instinctively want to have around the house, are the ones that solve a problem. We don’t know where to put the toilet paper rolls and how to make them more aesthetically appealing, we don’t know where to put the soap so that it doesn’t slip on the sink, we don’t know how to refill the phone when we are at the supermarket: the designers have thought about all these possible problems and have transformed everyday objects into small works of art, thus deserving all our compliments!
#1. In this case, they put cell phone holders with chargers on the shopping carts: battery problem solved.
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#2. These toilets are recharged using a sink placed at the top: you can then rinse your hands and reuse the water.
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#3. This lift indicates with an icon the number of people it can still carry before reaching its maximum capacity.
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#4. Here is an umbrella-shaped fruit and vegetable stand: demonstrating that some objects are not what they appear to be.
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#5. This clock has a second display on the side: you can check the time in bed without having to move the object.
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#6. A simple toilet roll holder has been transformed into a cabinet and the rolls create a design.
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#7. This computer is equipped with a system to cover and deactivate the front webcam: it is no longer necessary to cover it to avoid being seen.
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#8. This soap dish was created so that it can fit over the edge of the sink and not slip: awesome!
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#9. Not easy to read a book when it has the annoying tendency to shut down! A cleverly crafted little piece of wood and the problem is solved.
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#10. A different and multifunctional sink: it combines soap, water and air to dry your hands.
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#11. Nice packaging: the woman’s hair on the packaging is actually pasta.
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#12. Someone had the good sense to spoon a spoon directly into the lid of the jar: no more rummaging in drawers.
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#13. This fountain is designed for people and dogs: on the one hand, it quenches the thirst of puppies and on the other, that of owners.
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#14. This suitcase has a sensor in the handle which can measure weight.
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#15. This designer built a side window to allow, before entering the shower, to turn on the tap without getting wet.
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We have seen the genius of these designers and their incredible creations that can solve the most annoying little everyday problems. Which of these solutions or which aesthetic objects would you like to have? Tell us in the comments !