We love vases that look like tanks and lamps that looks like potted plants. Why live in a household filled with ordinary-looking objects? That seems to be the question posed by Pylones, a store that sells everyday objects that are either decorated to the nines or made to look like something they're not.
A bike lock looks like a snake, a pair of tweezers is painted like a nurse. The computer mouse is disguised and camouflaged as a field of flowers, a bread knife resembles a saw, and the broom and dustpan are a dancing couple. Check out our favorites from the store in the gallery below.