Swedish Designer Transforms Retro-Styled Household Appliances Into Series Of Cross-Stitch Art – Design You Trust

Swedish Designer Transforms Retro-Styled Household Appliances Into Series Of Cross-Stitch Art

Sometimes the most basic, outdated household items can be turned into something pretty spectacular.

Swedish designer Ulla-Stina Wikander has taken on a project which aims to transform old and unused household appliances into works of art. The sculptures utilise antiquated objects from around the home and transforms them into recycled, contemporary display pieces with the help of some thread.

More info: Ulla-Stina Wikander, Instagram (h/t: lostateminor)

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