17 objets pour transformer votre intérieur en un véritable paradis pour geeks

17 objets pour transformer votre intérieur en un véritable paradis pour geeks

Geek up the entrance to your home by adding an enter key doormat to your front stoop. The enter key doormat is styled like the enter key you'd see on a QWERTY keyboard. You can try to convince guests that jumping on the key will open your door, too.

Fabriquer un petit jardin japonais - Une boîte en carton Des ciseaux De la peinture Des bâtonnets de bois ( ou des allumettes) Du sable (ou à défaut de la semoule) Un pistolet à colle ou de la colle néoprène Un arbre japonais Eventuellement un petit râteau de poupée Eventuellement quelques graines de soja

Jardin japonais

Fabriquer un petit jardin japonais - Une boîte en carton Des ciseaux De la peinture Des bâtonnets de bois ( ou des allumettes) Du sable (ou à défaut de la semoule) Un pistolet à colle ou de la colle néoprène Un arbre japonais Eventuellement un petit râteau de poupée Eventuellement quelques graines de soja

Vintage 4th of July Decoration Honeycomb Pinwheel Patriotic Red White Blue Occupied Japan Independence Day Parade Party Favor by efinegifts on Etsy

Vintage 4th of July Decoration Honeycomb Pinwheel Patriotic Red White Blue Occupied Japan Independence Day Parade Party Favor

Vintage 4th of July Decoration Honeycomb Pinwheel Patriotic Red White Blue Occupied Japan Independence Day Parade Party Favor by efinegifts on Etsy

Vintage 4th of July Decoration Honeycomb Pinwheel Patriotic Red White Blue Occupied Japan Independence Day Parade Party Favor by efinegifts on Etsy

Vintage 4th of July Decoration Honeycomb Pinwheel Patriotic Red White Blue Occupied Japan Independence Day Parade Party Favor by efinegifts on Etsy

Mika and BryanBoy MARC JACOBS JAPAN INDEPENDENCE DAY PARTY AT Q.E.D CLUB TOKYO 07/07/2009

Mika and BryanBoy MARC JACOBS JAPAN INDEPENDENCE DAY PARTY AT Q.E.D CLUB TOKYO 07/07/2009

Yokota AB, Japan, Independence Day Celebration 2015 ~ USAF Week in Photos (Fireworks explode behind a C-130 Hercules during Celebrate America, July 2, 2015, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. Celebrate America is an annual event that provides military members and their families the opportunity to enjoy games, food and bands before culminating in a fireworks display to celebrate Independence Day. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Delano Scott/Released))

Yokota AB, Japan, Independence Day Celebration 2015 ~ USAF Week in Photos (Fireworks explode behind a C-130 Hercules during Celebrate America, July 2, 2015, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. Celebrate America is an annual event that provides military members and their families the opportunity to enjoy games, food and bands before culminating in a fireworks display to celebrate Independence Day. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Delano Scott/Released))

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