You teaheads will really like this pot. The clear glass design allows you to monitor the color of your tea as it steeps to achieve a perfect brew every time. A warming stand powered by a tiny tealight candle is also included to keep your tea piping hot.
As evidenced by these two unique and minimalist designer-designed game piece sets, prison is not the only place people play dominoes. The Semaphor set is made in Birch ply & hand-finished. The Oblique set is made in Douglas Fir, faced in laminate and packaged in a bridle leather case.
If you’re ready to update the décor at the old ski chalet and don’t think the Bob Ross-esque happy-snowy mountain oil painting will match the new furniture, try one of these ski-run inspired prints. Featuring artistically rendered trail maps of some of the best American resorts against pop color canvas, they will really update the old stabbin’ cabin. via
Nobody really wants to look over your shoulder as you scroll through the photos on your phone. So, download the PostalPix app for your iPhone or Android device and you can turn your pixels into prints with the press of a button. And they’re not standard paper prints, PostalPix can be printed on aluminum. Bright, metallic, rigid, totally worthy of wall hanging.
She’ll be happy to drown out the painful sound of your shower singing with this blue-tooth powered showerhead speaker. And if you persist after the water is off, she’ll remind you that you can remove the speaker from the head and place it on the vanity while you sing and shave.
Space stations, petri dish sheep, the God particle; technology is super-advanced & utterly amazing, so why did it take so long to develop the single-cup French press? Who knows, but now it’s here. Drink up.
We can all appreciate a nice rack. Whether the display is a deer, elk, your neighbor’s wife (don’t stare), or even the steering system off your OG mountain bike, a good mount will always draw attention. Bicycle Taxidermy offers a variety of pre-mounted bike “horns” and “antlers” as well as the parts to mount your own. Odd perhaps, but certainly less creepy than a jackalope or ogling another man’s rack.
You won’t be in Miami, trick, but you can rent the actual house used in the filming of Scarface. The 10,000-square foot Roman Revival mansion was the backdrop for Al Pacino’s best role ever in the definitive 80s drug/gangster movie. Though the film’s location was Miami, this $30k-a-month vacation rental is stashed in the hills above Santa Barbara, California. So you’re not gonna find no (f-ing) cock-a-roaches.