Egg-cellent dwellings & home décor


To get into the Easter spirit we've been on the hunt for egg-ceptional egg shaped dwellings and home decor ideas. Here are 10 cracking examples of egg inspired design and architecture from around the globe.

1. The Exbury Egg ovoid houseboat, River Beaulieu, UK. 

(Image: Nigel Rigen)

(Image: Nigel Rigen)

2. Everyone loves the look and comfort offered by a luxurious egg shaped bathtub. ACS Designer Bathrooms have some great freestanding egg baths.

3. Hanging egg chair. We can't think of a better place to cosy up with a good book or magazine. Take a look at Hanging Out's great range.

4. The HemLoft is a hidden egg shaped treehouse, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. 

5. Egg inspired copper pendant lights. Available from Zest Lighting

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6. Egg shaped luxe penthouse apartment, Bondi Beach, NSW, Australia. 

7. The Ecocapsule is a wind and solar powered portable home. Designed by Nice Architects based in Bratislava, Slovakia. 

8. Try something different with a designer egg shaped glass dining table from Vero Design, Italy. 

9. The Lomme (Light Over Matter Mind Evolution) egg shaped bed combines light, sound and massage therapy to help problem sleepers get a good night's rest, based in Liechtenstein in Europe.

(Image: Lomme)

(Image: Lomme)

10. Tepoztlán Lounge features this amazing egg shaped swimming pool by architects Cadaval & Sola-Morales, Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico.

 

Happy Easter!

From the Homely Team

 

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