Hydraulic mosaics by NEL. The geometry of the tiles are broken up by variations in colour. The patterns depict streets, buildings and open spaces. It’s a refreshing approach to a utilitarian need. To read more about the manual process and the NEL Collective go here.
From Sherwood Forlee:
The Easy PB&J Jar is a jar with two lids that allows you to access all of your peanut butter easily without having to resort to breaking open the jar. As you near the end on one side, simply flip the jar over to get the rest. The straight and smooth internal walls also ensure that no peanut butter is ever left behind a nook or cranny like existing jars.
A nice little cover for your floor, the Striped Cabbage Rose Rug from Urban Outfitters.
The good folk at Upper Playground have recently released a beautiful box by Tiffany Bozic. Hand signed and numbered in an edition of 18, the wood box—crafted by master woodworker, Francisco Robles and silkscreened by Bozic—measures 9-1/2″ wide, 3″ tall, and 7-1/2″ deep.
We shamelessly plug the best mug ever, perfect for lefties.
When that dude on the corner says to you, “I got that Hydro”, this is not what he means.
Hydrofloors are ridiculously awesome
That’s Teddy Roosevelt’s Trophy Room (above).
Unfortunately, owning these pillowcases does not guarantee that a woman of the caliber of the model above will spend time in bed with you. But, it’s worth a try.
Andrew Sebastian’s Sleep and Destroy pillow.
While in no way new to the market, this table grill from eva solo is a sleek, designy alternative if you want to get your Yuppie Barbecue on.
This stainless steel version (above) is really beautiful, even if it is a bit reminiscent of corporate elevators. And for those whose primary language is not English, no worries as the clocks are available in German, French, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Arabic, Swiss German, Portuguese, Catalan and Spanish. Worldwide. World’s Best.