The ceiling-high stack of PBR cans in your apartment no longer impresses the ladies the way it used to. These days broads wanna see that you drink wine. Show ‘em with the Stact Modular Wine Wall ($95 and up), a chic way to display your vino, featuring a high-quality wood veneer exterior and two wall brackets that let you easily mount as many of these things as you want next to each other. Now if only those aforementioned ladies were mounted as easily.
Home By on Jun 18, 2012
Now this is a ceiling fan. No, seriously, this is a ceiling fan. Sure, it’s also a kickass Hughes/MD 500 remote control helicopter, but it’s also going to keep your room cool with more style than InStyle magazine (full disclosure: I’ve never read a copy). With the shiny black carbon fiber blades and aluminum base, this thing would look cool even if it wasn’t something Ahnold would yell at you to get to.
Home By on Jun 13, 2012
How do you plan your vacations? Around the beach? Exotic locales? Cougar-to-dude ratio? Some of us plan our trips by which city has the most breweries, and finally there’s a map to help us pinpoint these travel targets. The Breweries of the United States Map ($30) highlights the locations of more than 1,000 U.S. breweries, including zoom-ins on the big beer centers like Boston, New York, Denver and Seattle. Now if they’d just make a Beef Jerky Factories of the United States map we’ll be set for our summer hiatus.
Home By on Jun 13, 2012
Stop the presses! We recently highlighted some candles aimed at the hairier sex, but it appears someone may have beaten Yankee Candle to the punch; and that someone just hit puberty. ManCans ($9.50) are actually made by a teenage boy in Ohio. Hart Main has been using recycled soup cans for more than a year now to offer up such scents as Fresh Cut Grass, Bacon, New Mitt, and Grandpa’s Pipe. I suppose if you burned all of them at once it’d smell like a backyard game of catch with gramps while he was chewing bacon and smoking a pipe. That man was amazing.
Home By on May 22, 2012
At some point during your entry into adulthood, you gave up on your dream to shrink into a fanciful little sprite and live in the The Legend of Zelda universe. Dreams bleed sometimes–bleed bad. Stop the carnage with this piece of perfectly pixelated Fireplace Art, custom-painted by JamesBit. You won’t receive any physical warmth, but lots of emotional warm fuzzies will fill your soul each time you walk by the cotton-stretched canvas with its Zeldaesque paint job.
Home By on May 7, 2012
Everyone wants to be sexy these days it seems, and for indisputable proof of that theory, look no further than these radiators from Hotech. The Italian company has a line of radiators that dazzle with their style and innovation–two words that, as far as we know, have never been uttered in connection with this industry. We greatly look forward to Hotech’s future spins on other mundane furnishings, including doilies, fake fruit, and soap dishes.
Home By on Apr 25, 2012
As I see it, the main problem for Toby Keith – other than his, ahem, music – is his lack of African-American supporters. For some reason, they just don’t dig him. But here’s a black fan that Toby can call his own. It’s the Black Fan by Witold Szostak, and it’s handmade of wenge wood, stainless steel, and probably a few bolts and screws or something. Like Toby Keith, the fan is mounted on a steel leg and is tilt adjustable. Unlike Toby Keith, the fan is found to be refreshing by all ethnicities.
Home By on Apr 23, 2012
If you’re like us, you’ve put off having a child, pet, or plant because you can barely care for yourself. If so, the Mosser ($10) may be your best bet for live companionship that won’t cramp your style. This is an actual ball of moss that lives inside a small glass terrarium. All you have to do is spray it with some filtered water every two weeks. Doable, right? And while you may catch some flak for having a pet piece of moss, tell those naysayers that compared to pit bulls, moss kills 27% fewer people each year.