IKEA reveals trends in Australian home of the future

The Swedish furniture store IKEA knows a thing or two about Australians. Many locals frequently take a weekend pilgrimage to battle it out with rowdy kids and fighting couples in the hope of securing a bargain in their big blue bag Armed with knowledge from this sample of home decoration obsessives, IKEA teamed up with Australian futurist Barrie Barton to envisage what the Australian home of the future will look like, complete with meatballs See also: Designer's gigantic, chunky knits will make your home comfier than ever Not only will the outside merge with the inside, homes will be about social spaces and community. [...]

Here’s Where the Rainbow Flag Came From

On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage was a right for all citizens in the United States. We look back at the history of the rainbow flag that has been the emblem of this civil-rights movement. The post Here’s Where the Rainbow Flag Came From appeared first on WIRED . [...]
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