What does it mean when someone is “stupid rich”? You’re looking at it. This is a Dark Knight themed home theater that was built to the tune of two million dollars. If the thought that maybe you’re just not smart enough to strike it rich has ever crossed your mind, just remember even idiots can get rich. This is proof.
Have you ever had carbonated milk? How about carbonated maple syrup? With this automatic home soda making system you could turn your kitchen in a laboratory concocting all kinds of strange bubbly beverages. Or your could simply turn tap water into fizzy soda water with the push of a button. Available this Fall. Source
Finally, a wine rack that won’t clash with your decor. It’s a modular, fully-customizable rack system made of aluminum and premium wood veneers that you can put anywhere. It was created by 2012 ICFF award-winning designer Eric Pfeiffer. Never thought we’d say this but the dude has a nice rack.
If the hunt for that perfect piece of iconic art for the wall of your bachelor pad has come up short, these fictitious family portraits from TV and film might fill your void. Hand-drawn in color pencil by artist Kirk Demarais, they’re sure to look great between your velvet Elvis and the oil painting of that creepy crying clown.
You know your obsession with pizza is getting serious when an implement like this finds its way into your life. But this chromed-out pizza slicing device isn’t just elegant, it’s functional. A free-rolling blade distributes pressure perfectly across your pie or flatbread for perfect slices every time.
Sure sign of a well-equipped kitchen: good knives. And this 6-piece precision set from Wüsthof definitely qualifies. High-carbon steel blades with PETec blade technology means they’re super-sharp & straight. The set includes: 3 1/2” paring knife, 8″ chef’s knife, 9″ bread knife, honing steel, kitchen shears, and a hardwood storage block.
It’s hard to believe anything beautiful could be dragged from the polluted waters of the Hudson River but New York artist and furniture maker Paul Kruger is doing it. His creations are made of 100% reclaimed wood that has fallen to industrial development. His process removes bacteria, mills and finishes the wood used in creating his one-of-a-kind pieces.
Even if you’ve got a bearskin rug and a Javalina head hanging on the wall, “decorating” your office can feel a little less than manly. We found one more item to offset those skirtish feelings. It’s a military-inspired black anodized aluminum lamp that adjusts using a tactical tri-rail system.
This little desk lamp is more than just a source of light it’s also a source of entertainment. It comes with a gun so you can shoot it on and off.
What if you could “grill” a steak right on your stovetop? No going outside, no firing up the grill or waiting for the charcoal to start glowing … Surprise, you can. This stovetop grilling unit fits right over your stove’s burner using gas or electric power to heat up its lava rocks for smoke-free indoor grilling. Simple, adjustable, mess-free design means more meat with less effort.