A bullseye in both style and simplicity, these coat hooks are made from solid steel – even the flights – and measure 6.5 inches long. They have screws at the tip for easy installation.
A clever product by Dutch architectural firm Hofman Dujardin. The Bloomframe’s large windows transform into a balcony and back at the push of a button. Just don’t wear a skirt while you’re on it.
Designed by Mauricio Affonso, this citrus juicer lets you extract and gather the juice in one step or add it directly to a beverage. Works with most standard water, soda, juice and beer bottles.
Made to order decorative toothpicks made of titanium. You can order plain, non-anodized ones or go wild and add stripes, colors, glow rings, glow bulbs, steampunk brass finish and more.
A magician-inspired bedside chest by Florent Coirer. There is a mirror in front of the chest that is tilted by 45°, reflecting the pattern of the lining and making it look like the chest is empty.
It has a tunnel in its handle that is meant to direct water from a faucet into a spout, so you can brush without using a cup or bending down to rinse your mouth. It also has a swappable head.
These reclining leather armchairs will complete your home theater. They have electronically reclining backs and rising footrests, cup holders and full grain leather. Also available as sofas.
An adjustable height platform designed to hold computers, perfect for those looking for a standing desk but don’t want to ditch their existing workstation. There’s also one for iMacs for $549.
Designed by Brendan Ravenhill, the Wall Clamp is similar to the Tick Clip. It’s a pair of iron clamps you bolt to the wall. Stick a plank of wood or metal in them and you get an instant shelf.
Break the ice and stay clean with the Maybe You Touched Your Genitals Hand Sanitizer. It’s one of a series of goofy sanitizers by Blue Q. It’s the stock photo on the cover that gets us.
The Kettle Teapot by Menu is designed to prepare and serve a modest amount of tea in a practical and attractive manner. It holds 1.5L of fluid while loose leaf tea steeps in its metal tea “egg.”
If you’d like to sleep on a map of your favorite city but find these to be too loud, check out City Quilts. They’re hand-stitched using 100% cotton and are guaranteed to last a lifetime.
This funny pillow by Etsy seller Yellow Bug Boutique is perfect as a quirky gift, or a subtle reminder to procrastinators. It’s also available in white and as a beer bottle cozy and as a button.
We’d still rather have this candle, but if you want to mask the stench of your leftovers and dirty laundry, you’d be better off with these masculine-themed scented candles from Yankee Candle.
The Enlightenment is a light book, but not in terms of its contents because it doesn’t have any text. It’s actually a lamp shaped like a tome. Part of the proceeds from the sale go to Edukans.
The 16 oz. Silipint and the 1.5 oz. Silishot are the world’s first and only silicone drinkware. Both glasses are virtually indestructible, unless your party involves knives and torches.
A wooden ladder made by Company And Company, the Corner Ladder’s steps fold completely into the rails, perfect for cramped storage spaces. Video here. (Sale price through 5/11/12, reg $250)
Soft Cities makes fleece blankets and cotton napkins printed with a Google Map-style drawing of your location of choice. Arrow markers can also be added. This is the Midnight Commander design.
Solve drink stains with these Rubik’s Cube coasters. They come in packs of six that can be stacked to form a 4″ Rubik’s Cube – solved or unsolved – so you can store them in plain sight.
Designed by David Koch, the parts of the 3Style table can be easily recombined to transform it into either a four-seater dining table, a coffee table or a desk without using any tools.
Crypton Home’s rocking chair is not only comfortable, it’s also well prepared against the destructive power of toddlers, thanks to fabric that is stain-, moisture- and odor-resistant.
Alisa Toninato makes cast-iron skillets shaped like the continental states of the U.S. The optional magnetic hanger lets you show ’em off after you’re done making state-shaped food.
A concept shelf by Yi-Cong Lu with an inner drawer in each level. Pulling out a drawer creates up to nearly twice the space, resulting in a shelf that can grow alongside your needs.
Miniature plush replicas of American states. The sizes of the pillows vary according to the state (so pick Texas if you’re going for value). There are also a few country and continent pillows.
A ceramic plate shaped especially for everyone’s favorite bready treat. Just slide it under a slice of pizza and then lift it straight to your mouth. It might even be sharp enough to cut pizza.
An organizer similar to the Grid It! – down to the exclamation point in their names – but super sized for home use. Made of wood wrapped with lots of elastic string. Comes in blue and yellow/orange.
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