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A selection of the submissions so far are included here: 

Spoon

Soap scum buildup, mushy half-used bars, soap dishes never stay in place, rarely fit on the edge of sinks or tubs, and constantly offend the sensibilities of design-minded (or simply obsessively neat) bathroom users. How could a soap dish stay secure, dry, and clean?

Soap Dish

Soap scum buildup, mushy half-used bars, soap dishes never stay in place, rarely fit on the edge of sinks or tubs, and constantly offend the sensibilities of design-minded (or simply obsessively neat) bathroom users. How could a soap dish stay secure, dry, and clean?

Soap scum buildup, mushy half-used bars, soap dishes never stay in place, rarely fit on the edge of sinks or tubs, and constantly offend the sensibilities of design-minded (or simply obsessively neat) bathroom users. How could a soap dish stay secure, dry, and clean?

Pacifier

During a 2am feeding, it can be hard to tell by touch which way is up with a pacifier. Is there a better way to create a tactile indicator to help moms and dads get the object securely into the baby's mouth before one more shriek wakes his older siblings?

During a 2am feeding, it can be hard to tell by touch which way is up with a pacifier. Is there a better way to create a tactile indicator to help moms and dads get the object securely into the baby's mouth before one more shriek wakes his older siblings?

Send in your ideas before the end of the day! Dwell editors will pick the three best suggestions for the launch of phase two, in which we'll invite your ideas for how to redesign the selected objects. Winners of this phase will be given a free ticket to Dwell on Design 2009 and featured on Dwell.com. Click here for details and the entry form.

Images: skinnylaminx, unhindered by talent, Jennanana

 

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