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.
Complete that “heritage industrial” look in your work or living space with these cast iron and beech wood Wall Clamps by L.A.-based designer Brendan Ravenhill. Mount them to the wall through the holes in the back and tighten the screws into the shelf material of your choice.
You’re never going to play guitar like Stevie Ray Vaughn or Slash but if you shred 6-packs like they shred six strings, the Marshall Fridge will be the perfect addition to your pad. It looks like the iconic Marshall stack amp but it’s really a 4.4 cubic foot fridge and freezer. You can even crank the temperature knob up to 11.
Hey ding dong, have you ever seen a wireless doorbell that plays mp3 music files instead of the same boring old bell? Didn’t think so, that’s why you come to this site, right? The MP3 DJ Doorbell comes with a 2GB memory card that will hold up to 600 songs so your visitors will be dancing at the door.
Before the Dyson guy came along nobody cared about the vacuum cleaner. But now that this brand has made them look cooler and elevated the performance of this ho-hum chore with the introduction of cyclonic suction, we need one. The DC39 is a compact little unit with all manner of advanced engineering plus it can suck peanut butter through a garden hose or some other equally amazing equivalent.
Some crazy bastard once said “art is whatever you can get away with.” These Beatty pendulum lights are a perfect example of that idea. The light’s steel sheet shades are perforated with a blast from a shotgun. Yup, you read that right. A shotgun blast.
Anyone can walk into a pet store and come out with an aquarium filled with freaky fishes, but are you just “anyone”? Obviously not. For you, something exotic, like a jellyfish tank seems more apropos. And you can’t just walk out of the store with it. You order the tank and set it up, then return to the brand’s website with your jellyfish voucher and they send you one large and two small Moon Jellyfish via overnight express. Who else has one of these?
This lamp is the bomb. Sorry, had to say it. Does anyone still use that phrase? The Blitz Bomb lamp is made from a WWII-era surplus MK23 bombshell. The teardrop-shaped bomb is polished to a shine then sealed against rust and features a classic cloth wrapped cord. Without a shade, the lamp stands just over 10-inches tall and will not explode.