Marilyn Minter’s Merry Merry Tree and Star

Almost 6ft tall, vinyl, and $125.00. You can also purchase just the 1ft tall star on top for $10. No matter what, it’s an impressive addition to a space lacking holiday cheer.

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8 Business Days Until Christmas

Now until Christmas Eve we’ll be posting one product a day to help make the holiday the most gifted one yet

Wary Meyers Motherwell, de Kooning, Kline and Pollock-inspired painting pillows ($145)

A Fantastically Designed Inflatable Couch

The Blow Sofa from Design Spray

“The sofa is made from 100% recycled paper dunnage bags with a metal rack and rubber straps. It is easy to transport when flat and simple to inflate…for inside and outside use.”

via, fastcompany

Jonathan Adler, Banana Vase

A nice vase from Jonathan Adler. The Banana Vase comes in black, white, and gold. $68

Now if Only They Could Design One for a Bed…

We might be able to get all Bedknobs and Broomsticks up in this bitch.

A see-through glass doorknob designed by Hideyuki Nakayama in conjunction with Union that enables you to see a reflection of the room behind the door.  Dreamy.

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Geoff McFetridge & Chris Johanson Pendleton Blankets for The Standard

These are pretty awesome and for sale in limited editions of 40 for each size. The blankets come standard in guest rooms at the hotel’s Downtown LA (Johanson design) and Hollywood (McFetridge design) locations.

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Cut & Paste cutting board by Klaus Häckl

Made of porcelain and solid maple this cutting board is the perfect addition to your modern kitchen.

via, Like Cool

Modern Toss’ Periodic Tablecloth of Swearing

You’re probably going to want to get these as a gift for yourself or somebody you think has a sense of humor.  Building smartly upon the print, Modern Toss has introduced their Periodic Tablecloth of Swearing. And while you, like me might have thought it was around the size of a table, it’s not.  It’s dish towel size (19″ x 30″).

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The Disaster Lab

The Wall Street Journal reports on the Institute for Business & Home Saftey’s new disaster lab in South Carolina.

“The $40 million research center, set on 90 acres in Richburg, S.C., features a massive test chamber as tall as a six-story building that can hold nine 2,300-square-foot homes on a turntable. Those homes can be subjected to tornado-strength winds generated by 105 giant fans. Mix in water from the 750,000-gallon tanks, and researchers can simulate Category 3 hurricanes.”

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hydraulic floors

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.

Brilliance. The Easy PB&J Jar

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.

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Walk on Roses

A nice little cover for your floor, the Striped Cabbage Rose Rug from Urban Outfitters.

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