Scotland’s McKay Flooring has figured out a way to turn beautiful oak whiskey barrels into flat boards, many with their distinctive branding intact, and convert them into flooring instead of trash.
New Zealand’s Return to Sender provides modern coffin styles using sustainable and minimally treated woods for anyone interested in making their final footprint a small one (thanks Grant!).
This matte black Chalkboard Globe with antique tripod base has the continent outlines but can be drawn on with chalk, so theoretically you could rename the world RedHotChiliPepperland. Your call.
The Lazy Bastard chair, by Bertjan Pot for Montis, is filled with polystyrene balls and covered in a knit fabric. The beanbag filling adjusts to any sitting position and fits like a glove for optimal laziness.
Brooklyn-based Uhuru Design has crafted the 6 piece limited edition Coney Island Line from reclaimed Ipe wood (first installed in the late 1940’s), taken from the demolished boardwalk.
The Magimix toaster has extra-wide slots, 4 quartz heating elements and a glass viewing window to watch the awesome toasting action, which produces crisp, uniformly browned tastiness every time.
Encourage your friends to avoid eating with their fingers at your next get-together by using this rather demented lifesize thumb knife holder, made of tin, from our French friends over at Atypyk.
Big Brother is nesting. Dennis Nino Clasen has created the Wolfgang S. birdhouse (referring to German Minister of the Interior Wolfgang Schauble) to look like itâ€™s watching your every move.
Whether you make ice or jello shots for your gamer parties in these ice cube trays, it’s still a salute to the old school Atari days and a lot of fun. Each silicone tray makes 24 space invaders.
There is a certain imperfect and asymmetric appeal in the harlequin-patterned Sleeping Biscuit lamp, made of unglazed porcelain, from Moscow-based designer Dima Loginoff.
A wee 2.5″ square at rest, this Cubebot by David Weeks expands into a plethora of articulating positions at play. He’s made of sustainably harvested cherry wood and arrives in June.
These retro-charming ceramic floppy disk tiles, created by the creative powers that be at Australia’s Eness, are not available for sale, but don’t you just wish they were?
If you’re sad because Lost is in its final season, you can cry into your beer with these fun pint glasses from Ian Leino. Wait – did they ever explain why that bear was on the island anyway???
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