Some of those practical ideas are directly applicable to the kitchen, and we are pointing them out to make sure you don't miss them! First up, the wire cage above, which might be mistaken, understandably, for a work of modern art. It has a much more functional purpose, however.
A pot rack!
Yes, we can't quite figure out how it's supposed to work either (that must be some stiff wire mesh) but major points for execution. Even if it only held light plastic objects, like the IKEA watering can currently propped inside, it would be worth it. Think of putting all your mismatched Tupperware and plasticware in something like this; it would be a work of modern art.
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What did you think of this piece? Did you find any particularly inspiring ideas for your own kitchen?
(Images: Phil Mansfield for The New York Times)