Painting is dead. TV on the other hand is reportedly in the midst of its Golden Age, so it is with absolutely zero irony that Restoration Hardware has created a TV stand modeled after the classic artist’s easel. It is made of steel and wood and allows for precise height adjustment and will roll as far as your power cord is long.
The Float Tables from RPR are made of a matrix of pseudo-magnetized wooden cubes that flex when pressure is applied then dynamically return to their original shape. Available in various types of walnut and other hardwoods.
Even though these candles from Baxter of California are called the Ash Series, they don’t actually smell like ash. Inspired by a cozy campfire, the scents are cedar, pine, sandalwood and cade. You know, trees. Nothing un-manly about burning a candle that smells like trees.
In certain scenarios, heavy-duty, industrial-grade equipment is the only reasonable option. So, this.
The classic Fiat 500 isn’t much bigger than the typical American refrigerator but actually turning the tiny 2-door into a working fridge is a wild idea. One that came from the creative minds at SMEG, a modern Italian appliance maker. Using only the front end of the car, they put a 100-liter capacity fridge under the hood.
Technodrome1 is the name of the Brooklyn-based artist who creates these candy-colored Gicleé prints of celebrities, rappers, and movie characters. From Cookie Monster to your boy Hov, these prints are pure pop.
This peel-and-stick DIY wood paneling makes updating any space super-easy. Choose from a variety of colors and textures and stick it anywhere you want. A few simple hand tools are all you need to transform any room with the warmth of real wood.
If you can just press a button to clean your floors, why, in 2014, would you do anything else? The new Scooba 450 robot delivers a pro-grade cleaning process that includes sweeping, pre-soak, scrub, & squeegee for your hard-surface floors.
Simple and yet sorta genius, Floyd Table Legs allow you to turn almost any flat surface into a table. You pick the wood, the old door, the reclaimed slab, whatever, and simply clamp on 4 of Floyd’s powder-coated metal legs and you’ve got a piece of custom furniture you created yourself. Made in Detroit.
If we said this was an Italian replica of the bed from the outer space sex scene in the 1979 Bond film Moonraker, you’d believe us. Too bad there wasn’t one. But if there was, this should’ve been the bed. If features shades that raise & lower for darkness on demand, as well as a built in PC, reading lights, drop down HD display, surround sound & more.