Intelligently designed stackable organizers that have a clear drop down door on their side, making it just as easy to take things out as it is to put them in. Available in three sizes.
Could this be the Roomba of grills? Grillbot is equipped with 3 motors that drive its 3 replaceable and dishwasher-friendly wire brushes. It also has a timer and overheat warning.
This sleek pump dispenser from Crate & Barrel is a hundred times better than the one that comes with liquid soaps. It’s made of ceramic and its body has a non-skid rubber coating.
Similar to the Tick Clip, Andrea Carulla’s The Stooler lets you turn almost any object into a seat. It consists of four wooden legs attached to a pair of flexible straps. Contact Utoopic to order.
Add some dolla dolla bills to your dinner. Architects John Bennett and Gustavo Bonevardi used shredded out of circulation currency and polyester binding to create the coasters.
This comfy 78″ x 78″ nylon replica of the classic Scrabble board will be worth more than 50 points to fans of the board game. It’s a shame it doesn’t come with furry tiles. Suppose you could try these.
A combination of a thumbtack and a clip. Its rubber clip means you can pin items without worrying about puncturing or tearing them, while its dual pin prevents it from rotating or moving around.
A tricky doormat from the clever folks at Art Lebedev Studios, the Parallelepipedus Kovrikus looks like a chunky block instead of a mat when viewed at a certain angle. Made of coconut fiber.
Made by Austria’s Team 7, the Flaye Table can be extended by 39″ using a mechanism that hides extra panels in the middle of the table, and can be opened by one person. Request a quote here.
Suck UK has found a clever use for hampers, letting you use your dirty clothes to practice your jabs, hooks and uppercuts. Or you can just use it as a cool knapsack.
Designed by Eeva Lithovius, each skinny Klaffi shelf has foldable platforms, so you can expand and adjust it as needed. Available in lacquered MDF or solid oak. Also available here.
Securifi’s Almond+ is not only a very affordable 802.11ac wireless router, it also supports the home automation technologies ZigBee and Z-Wave, making it easy to connect with smart appliances.
Designed by Ototo, Bottle Screws are bottle stoppers that screw in to seal a bottle’s mouth. They’re made of silicone and are dishwasher-safe. A great tool for reusing wine bottles.
Does it surprise anyone that the United States flag is a perfect spatula head? This was made to be drenched in barbecue sauce and sizzling fat. Designed by NJ native Jacob Riley-Wasserman.
Designed by Form Us With Love, the Cord Lamp turns the aesthetically disruptive part of a lamp into its main attraction. Made of a textile cord and a steel tube. A smaller version is also available.
Etsy artist Robert Locke handcrafts these clever liquor platters from chestnut beams salvaged from dismantled Appalachian barns and homes; includes cutting board, salt bowls, paring knife and spoon.
If you liked the Transparent Speaker, check out Holly & Martin’s affordable but beautiful fireplace. It has tempered glass panels and a nickel base. It can be used with either FireGlo gels or candles.
Dawoon Song came up with a great way to take a power nap without looking like an alien under arrest. The Real Soft Desk’s upholstery eliminates the tabletop’s hard edges and flat surface.
A magnetic cube that can be attached to almost any flat surface. It comes with an adhesive backing and a pair of screws for easy installation. It also works with the inventors’ iPhone case.
The D-Link DAP-1320 expands the Wi-Fi coverage of any wireless-N router. It can broadcast both wireless-N and wireless-G signals, is very simple to setup and has a very compact form.
1.5oz jars with magnetic lids. Easy to stack and peruse. You can even order them with spices included plus labeled lids. Or get just the jars and use them to store nuts, bolts and other small items.
Not to be confused with this product, Chiasso’s Urban Shelf evokes the atmosphere of city dwellings by mimicking the appearance of fire escape ladders. Tiny vandalized walls not included.
The ED 500 is more powerful, cost-efficient and environment-friendly than cans of compressed air. It has a 500W motor that will blast away dirt and debris from gadgets and other objects.
Disposable paper placemats with a clever design. Each placemat has a blueprint-style sketch showing how various tableware should be placed. Made by Cake Vintage for West Elm.
UrbanDesk combines a full-size desk and a full-size bed into one. There is ample clearance between the bed and the desk so you don’t even have to clear off the desk when you fold down the bed.
Hershey’s teamed up with Hanna’s Candle Co. to make scented candles that smell just like Jolly Rancher candies. Each jar is good for up to 90 hours. Now we’re craving the real candy.
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