Decanter by Etienne Meneau

Etienne Meneau has made what I find to be a design that is baffling in its construction and absolutely jaw dropping in its presentation. Alright, you may be saying to yourself. It’s just a really cool decanter. But how did he do this? Granted, I know nothing of glass construction, so maybe it’s really easy […]

Knife Hooks by TC Studio

I love the playful stories that come to mind when you install a number of knife hooks into your wall. For instance, you could tell people that you were attacked by a blind knife thrower who left all these knives in your wall, and when you left them there in your walls as a memento […]

Cities Wall Decoration Collection by Granada Design

Granada Design has created a collection of inexpensive wall art that give props to your favorite internationally loved cities. Of course, my city by the bay, San Francisco, has not made the initial collection which is not doing much for me. But outside of personal prejudices, this simple wall art is striking, fun, thoughtful typographical […]

Prosthes by Form Us With Love (FUWL)

Form Us With Love (FUWL) have about the freshest stuff out there. This piece, called Prosthes, for instance. It consists of one simple powder coated piece. You bring its meaning to it by whatever you add. You want a coat rack? add some long sticks. You want a bench? add some short sticks and a […]

Clear Acrylic Stool Available at PID

PID sends me a monthly update of their new products, and a month never goes by that I don’t want to feature at least one of their products. This month, I randomly chose the clear acrylic stool available for $321. This stool also doubles as a magazine rack, but a like it especially for it’s […]

Park Planters by Tristan Zimmermann

Planters bring a little green into your garden. Some would say planters add a sort of park-like quality to your surroundings. Well if you live anywhere near the Stanyan entrance to Golden Gate Park in San Francisco then you’d know that your park experience includes more than looking at green plants. No doubt multiple drug […]

Rugs from The Nought Collective

I’ve falen in love with these rugs. They accomplish two things that I hold sacred in well designed housewares: First, their designs are abstract to the point of challenging the owner but not so obtuse as to detract from the other furniture in the room. Second, these rugs are made with honest, hard work by […]

Tree Curtain by Nienke Sybrandy is Exciting Piece of ASCII Art

Normally when I think of ASCII I’m immediately thinking of a geeky programmer spending his or her spare time making a portait of Elvis only using the letters E,L,V,I, and S. But this curtain is true art. I love it. Now if only I had a room to put it in…

New York Delft Plate Set by Lovegrove and Repucci

Are you a hardcore graf artist who has made it big in New York and now want to enjoy the finer things in life? Now, Areaware has created a series of plateware for you! The finest of Delft china combine with the heavy old skool stylez of the streets of New York to make the […]

Keep your Guests Guessing with the Gold Door Stop by Arik Levy

Have you ever wanted to give a girl the impression that you were richer than you really were because you thought that would help you get in her pants? Lord knows I have. But sometimes when impressing a girl with your wealth requires more subtle means than just waxing poetic about your yacht. That’s when […]