Walled Estates / Judson Beaumont

Furniture designer Judson Beaumont (Straight Line Design) has created a series of shelves was inspired by the iconic butterfly roofs seen on desert homes in Palm Springs. The whimsical shelves have an equally whimsical name: Walled Estates These miniature 1960s-style dioramas hang neatly on your wall to give your personal objects their very own home — literally.

Featuring sweet little details like faux wood wall panelling and stone fireplaces, the wall shelves play with your sense of scale. When you place your human-sized accessories inside, they quickly become part of the little houses’ interiors. A phone in the little living room becomes a big-screen TV for imaginary occupants. Sunglasses on the roof become a bizarre, futuristic architectural detail — via Dornob

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