With all the stuff you need to play a game of Rock Band, your living room probably looks more like a record studio than it should. Grab this ottoman, and get all your instruments under control.
Stumped about what to give your loved ones this Holiday season? Why not design a custom chocolate? Head straight for the “Other” ingredients for really one-of-a-kind results. Yes, there’s bacon.
Looking a special beer for the holidays? This golden brew comes in a champagne-like 750ml bottle, complete with foil-covered cork. It has tiny bubbles – and 10.3% alcohol to keep your cockles warm.
Furni and Kitsune Noir collaborated with artist UPSO to create Neverend Clock #2. Features laser-etched Russian birch plywood with kick ass mustache clock hands. Limited to 88 pieces.
A universal remote control embedded in a pillow. It has easy to click fabric buttons and a smart shutdown feature. If you still manage to lose this remote, your house needs some major cleaning.
The Blackmail Postcards pack contains two blank cards as well as over 250 assorted self-adhesive letters, so you can easily create your own ransom note-style messages. Or actual ransom notes.
Sure, your watch, phone and computer already have one built-in, but you’ll have fun forming and arranging digits on this old school calendar. Made using laser-cut acrylic and wood veneer.
An elegant tool for opening bottles of bubbly, it has a square end that won’t cut. A bottle of G.H. Mumm’s Cordon Rouge is included, so you can test your bottle slashing skills out of the box.
It doesn’t get simpler than this. Actually, it could get simpler – the bottle opener has a magnet right where the bottle crown fits so it won’t drop after it’s popped off. Clever.
Unlike other automated trash cans, Simplehuman’s Sensor Can is smart enough to avoid accidentally opening, and it also recognizes continued use (>3 secs) to prevent it from closing unexpectedly.
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