This four-drawer cabinet designed by artist Mark Moskovitz is called the Facecord cabinet. It looks like a stack of firewood. Isn’t that funny? The price tag is also somewhat amusing.
For backyard barbecue ambience, outdoor oil lamps are key. But instead of ramming those bobo campground tiki torches into your grass, try these. They’re long-lasting wall-mount torches made from recycled green wine bottles and burn the same lamp fuel you can find anywhere.
Instead of the standard four burner set-up, this induction cook-top from Siemens allows you to arrange pots and pans any way you want on its surface for a custom cooking configuration. Unfortunately this model still requires cleaning after you’re done making your feast. Source
Newton Vineyards commissioned Materious for the design of this unique, limited-edition serving tray. Called The Puzzle Tray it is made entirely of FSC-certified Walnut and its distinctive design relates directly to the story of the renowned St. Helena, California vineyard and the fine wines they produce.
Just under naked chicks and huge chunks of meat, cold beer comes next on the list of things dudes love most. This explains why a walk-in cooler made its way onto the pages of werd.com. The Brew Cave will hold 30 cases, four kegs, and features a built-in draft tap. Better start the remodel now, because you’ll need to take down walls to get this in the house. Source
Polish designer/artist Witold Szostak is the creative mind behind this retro yet somehow futuristic fan. Using premium materials like stainless steel and Wenge wood, Szostak’s creations are finely crafted, handmade works of utilitarian art. The Black Fan is a big room fan that stands over 33-inches tall and blows like winter wind in Warsaw.
This spiffy ceramic coffee mug has a handle with a trigger and a safety switch on the side. As you cruise around the office sipping your morning joe, you can silently take aim and mentally murder all your colleagues. Oh, please, you know you think about it daily. Kapow.
What good is a wine barrel once it has been drained of its contents? Well, the folks from Napastyle figured something out. They’ve created this wine rack made from a pair of reclaimed oak barrel staves. It holds five bottles, which isn’t much wine really. Maybe you should get two.
Though it looks like a stool designed to accommodate the bulk and girth of your mother-in-law’s back-side, this is actually a table made from vintage Japanese motorcycle parts. It was designed and built by the boys at Richmond, Virginia’s Classified Moto, creators of sick, one-off custom bikes, and cycle-themed art.