Tag Archives: household

Hot Pink Waterless Toilet: Dropping a Deuce In Style

, For those of you who don’t know, “waterless” or composting toilets turn waste into fertilizer by breaking down organic matter. It is an eco-friendly solution that helps to protect the environment, conserve our natural resources, and reduce the stress on our sanitation systems. However, being eco-friendly does not necessarily mean that you have to compromise your tacky taste in ...

Read More »

DIY Vodka Lamp: Step 1…Get Really Drunk

Here is a DIY project that is just as fun to make as it is to use. These Vodka Lamps are actually very simple to make, so you should be able to get the job done even if you are three sheets to the wind. However, some cutting with an X-Acto knife is required, so if your hand-eye coordination isn’t ...

Read More »

Sega Toys Kaleidoscope Projector Doubles As a Bong

This kaleidoscope or Mangekyo in Japanese is actually a projector set to be released by Sega Toys in Japan. It can be used to project colorful patterns on your walls — but I can think of another thing you could use it for. See the Mangekyo in action after the jump.

Read More »

Rocking Wheel Chair For The Modern Geezer

Remember when rocking chairs were for old people? This Rocking Wheel Chair concept from Mathias Koehler may just make gently rocking on a porch and complaining about youngsters the cool thing to do. Sean Fallon Link [via]

Read More »

Star Trek Inspired Chandelier

The product site refers to this chandelier as a “4 Light Spacecraft.” Hmmm…it sure looks familiar. I can’t quite put my finger on it though. Available for $178.20. Sean Fallon Link [via]

Read More »

Beautiful Spirit of St Louis Alarm Clock

It’s not often that I refer to an alarm clock as “beautiful,” but as you can see from the image above, this Spirit of St. Louis themed clock is certainly worthy of that distinction. The vintage aircraft theme extends all the way from the mini suitcase exterior to the altimeter clock and switch controlled snooze and on/off functions. It’s a ...

Read More »

The Fly Pod: A Stylish Chamber Of Doom

Just because you have flies doesn’t mean you have to kill them with some old fashioned strip or swatter. A fly extermination unit should add to the ambiance of a room, not detract from it. That is the philosophy behind the Fly Pod. The pod does its dirty business by attracting flies with light then trapping them with an easily ...

Read More »

Robotart For The Home

These robot sculptures may lack functionality, but I think everyone can agree that any shortcomings are more than made up for in asthetics. Robotart is the brainchild of artist Lawrence Northey, and the pieces in his collection range from old school looking ray guns to full fledged robot sculptures like those seen above. Each piece is painstakingly crafted with polished ...

Read More »

The Exclamation Chair

If you are intent on making a unique statement with your home decor, this Exclamation Chair will certainly fit the bill. This is especially true if you are trying to go for the whole “Pee-Wee’s Playhouse” look. The Exclamation Chair is a part of a larger series of work by artist Christopher Royal. It can be yours for $1695. More ...

Read More »

Think Chair: When A Lamp And A Chair Collide

The idea of forming a lamp / chair hybrid has probably been tossed around before, but pairing that concept with a stylish minimalist design is no easy task. Nonetheless, designers Huseyin Sami and Gary Galego seemed to have pulled it off with the Think Chair. Although classic cartoons and BMX bikes may seem like they have nothing in common, the ...

Read More »