Every country has its own method in making sure they facilitate all their people. While most countries have basic facilities such as crosswalk lights, they don’t have each of the good things. These are some of the designs and ideas that have been implemented in real life in some places. They have helped many in leading a better, easier life.
Yet, not everyone can enjoy them as not all countries have the same facilities. But we definitely think a lot more places should have these facilities made available!
We hate spending 10 minutes just looking for the TV remote.
A house with a friendly facility for thirsty dogs to drink from.
This is a puke sink with a grip for people to puke safely especially during Oktoberfest.
In Canada, cannabis is legal, but hotels want their guests to be considerate.
Whenever ‘Handle with care’ sign doesn’t work.
Raining outside? Here’s a spot to dry your umbrella before bringing it in.
Taters in Tetris shape for fun!
Assembling your furniture cannot be easier with the parts packed according to the steps.
When the van brakes, the eyes of the hound glows. Cool!
This is a school bus that runs on 100% electricity!
In Singapore, the eldery and handicapped has a special card that allows them to cross the street for longer time.
Family designed a Yankee Swap by having everything wrapped in the same paper.
A clear section on beer taps that show the colors of the beverage.
As well as more lights during a long traffic jam!
In Australia, here’s how they stop people who don’t know how long U-turns take.
Ice cream is served in banana leaves in some countries to substitute plastic cups. Much cheaper as well as fully biodegradable.
Beautiful glass staircase that won’t make your space looks cramped.
This library lets you grab a stair and store them back on the wall just like this.
In Denmark, the traffic lights sometimes have a small Viking in them.
This hotel designs a cutout in their shower so guests can turn it to a suitable temperature before getting it.
Modern times require modern solutions. Green and red lights for phone users.
A simple design to let ducks go up and down safely!
This supermarket has a googly-eyed robot ‘Marty’ whose sole purpose is to patrol the aisles looking for spills.
As for runners and joggers, you only need an elastic band to tie the inside of your pockets.
Nobody reads nor need the old books anymore? Just turn them into original, vintage-looking chairs for you.
Grapes are put in paper bags for easy carry out and to save plastic waste.
They say work on your jigsaw puzzle from the corners. Well, this is a whole new challenge for puzzle lovers!
Old houses in Europe comes with shoe scrapers on their front door for guests to clean their shoes before entering.