The inventive minds behind Chiasso, a purveyor of mostly mid-century modern home accents since the 1990s, have come up with quite possibly the cutest doorstop we’ve ever seen. When simplicity and creativity meet, that’s generally when the best — or, at least, most memorable — inventions occur, and today’s feature is no exception.
The paper plane doorstop is a clever piece of plastic meant to anchor an open door to keep it from swinging shut. It’s a big step up, aesthetically speaking, from the classic rubber wedge used in offices and classrooms, and for a room without a built-in anchor on either the floor or the door itself, this is a cute and conversation-worthy solution.
Offices could even make a game of seeing how often guests bend down to pick it up, thinking it’s an actual paper plane that got stuck and was promptly forgotten.
Simple and sweet, the doorstop costs $8 and measures 8.2″L x 4″W x 1.7″H.
Photo credits: Chiasso