Modern Storm Glass


Tempo Drop by Perrocaliente

via, werd

Bunkie, Your PreFab Cabin by the Lake… or wherever


A collaboration between 608 Design and BLDG Workshop.

via, designmilk

There’s No Money In This Banana Stand


But it looks kinda money.

Dear Charlie Banana Tree designed by John Truex, 2012

Brooklyn Toile


Wallpaper designed by Mike D and Revolver NY.

via, fastco

Match Crystal & Pewter Double Rocks Glass


The classiest glass you’ll own.

Dry Ice


A woven blanket / tapestry edition by Peter Sutherland, available through Exhibition A.

Bathroom by Newson


The Caroma Marc Newson range

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Bougie Parfumée


APOCALYPTIC, the fragranced candle from Byredo with “hot metal notes of fire irons.”

(Thanks Analog Bass!)

Aquaponics Garden

You don’t even need to clean the fish tank

“evolutionary architecture”

SunRay Kelley seems at peace in his handcrafted compound in the foothills of the Cascades.

That Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Private Island Estate You’ve Been Unknowingly Buying Lottery Tickets For

The Massaro House on Petre Island in Lake Mahopac in Putnam County, New York.

Note: the house was based off of “designs of a never-constructed project conceived by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright”

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Archer Air Superiority

21st century upscale novelty air fresheners. Perhaps they’ll make a Tennis Ball Can scent soon, but for now you’re stuck with the extremely boring options of european sports car, hunting lodge, or distillery. Buy them all.

Wi-Fi Lightbulbs

The future is now

A Beetlejuice Terrarium

Somebodies sister needs this

via, uncrate

If You’ve Found Yourself in The Market For a Pillow…

This custom patchwork one from Goodhood is a pretty nice option.

A Skateboard Park for Her, and a Piano Rehearsal Room for Him

The Skate Park House by LEVEL Architects in Tokyo, Japan.

Best Wishes

A clever blank key from Good Worth & Co.

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For the Responsible Playboy

A Seahorse Tank

via, werd

Rad Mats

SerpentSea uses reclaimed sailing ropes to create unique handwoven mats using knots named “after three of the most infamous pirates from the 17th century.”

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