Quirky is my mojo. 🙂 For some reason, I feel extremely happy with quirky things. The colours, the unthinkable uses and more so a dash of life they bring to my everyday. I browse quite a bit looking for quirky products online and also on the streets whenever I do find something. So on one of my such excavations(yes excavations, because online is like huge mound of stuff and finding things on them can be an archaeological expedition in itself;) ), I found yum yum things. Here are 8 quirky products for your home, you need to buy from Amazon.
Quirky Products for your home – Home is Where The Heart It
Though we are all like, need to go out, want to be out and blah blah blah. At the end of the day or time, home is where we feel at ease. It’s our own space with no obligations. Decorating it and on-off sprucing it up with things, can make this ‘Your Time’ much more special. They say, the home depicts you and also has the power to change your mood. Let’s quirk it up with these products. Read along for the 8 8 quirky products for your home.
Spruce up your walls with these art
I think it’s a fabulous idea to have wall art – no worries of getting it painted and you can do it yourself. It will immediately liven up your space. I love a couple more of them. Check it all here – I challenge you, to not like atleast 5 of these. 😉
When The Fridge Can be Much more 😉
I meant a place to write some cute messages to your husband or kids. Or leave an irritating note to your parents and siblings. Even write out their secrets maybe 😉 LOL. You can also use it to write down things you need to do or groceries you need to buy.
For all things quirky for a night of party
The quirky cutlery is not only fun but also makes a statement. I specially love the pakoda pushcart and the coasters. 🙂
P.S: I plan to buy these for my home back in India. So these are not really reviews, but are an excited sharing of the things I loved. Also wondering maybe we have similar tastes and you would want to buy them too. 😉
The List of to buy is sure going up. *Sign* The Bookmarks I loved