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Longitude 131° (via Tiny House Living) The NoPhone (Sadly, the NoPhone’s Kickstarter campaign is cancelled.) Architizer: The 20 Best Architecture Tumblrs Frozen Yogurt In A Shell, No Packaging Required EpiPen cases and wallets Hot Spots: Mapping the World’s Most Photographed Locations Cheat Sheet To Becoming A Great Public Speaker Laniakea: Our home supercluster Enjoy your weekend!
It’s that time of year again. The annual Knoll Sale begins. The many classic design pieces that you know and love are 15% off until September 30th.
You might have liked the Cuppow Mason Jar Lid, but what about the reCAP Mason Jar Pour Cap? It goes a step further by providing a spill-proof option for a Mason jar, allowing you to store dry goods, syrups, dressings, or, yes, even tote around your favorite beverage.
Lee Kirkbride’s Calvo side table for SCP’s Boxed collection sets itself apart with a tilted support and 3 point base which allows the table to sit closer to your chair, sofa, or bed.
Finally, there’s a spot for a mirror and all your family’s keys, wrapped up into one very decent package.
Should you want or need a laser etched leather pouch, head on over to Molly McGrath’s site, Molly M Designs.
This Modular Magnetic Pen may be arranged in various ways for function or just plain fun. For normal pen or stylus use, keep the rare earth magnets stacked around the ballpoint cartridge.
It this some sort of facial jewelry? Or perhaps a tiny dumbbell for a muscly mouse? I suppose it could be either, but, alas, it’s a key holder.
If you’re fond of constellations, then you’ll like this Starry Light by Anagraphic. The hemispheric shade lends itself to a pattern of the Northern Hemisphere’s two equinoxes and solstices and a LED light fixture projects most of its light downwards, with just enough residual light to bring out the stars on your walls.
Not that you need the warning, but this kettle gets HOT. The stainless steel body and handle have a distinct industrial vibe and its two red buttons safely release steam and hot water.
It doesn’t take much deductive reasoning to select this Holmes Sconce from Schoolhouse Electric as one of the better options in the marketplace.
A couple of years ago I saw a few of these Animal boxes by Karl Zahn lined up along a windowsill in someone’s home, and it struck me how it would be a thoughtful tradition to give one each year as a gift for a friend or loved one.
Don’t send out a regular card on a specific occasion, send a Super Sincere Sentiments card by Hoko. “Unmask and articulate” the insincerity of mass produced greeting cards by selecting the occasion, recipient, and sentiment, and then finish it off with your signature.
Most of us would like to ignore the unfortunate mess of cords lurking underneath and around our desks.
Another piece from Ethnicraft’s Universo Positivo collection? You got it, and it certainly won’t put you to sleep.
When you’re out on an adventure, there’s no reason to do without decent kitchen tools. This medium sized chopping board folds up and stores a knife inside, allowing you to prepare foods with ease on your picnic or day trip.
Outlet in a converted book. Yea or nay? Better Band-Aid Paper mache “creature masks” by London based artist Abigail Brown (you can buy them on her site).
The Cone portable speaker learns what music you like, and how and when you want to listen. Use voice commands to find music, podcasts, and radio stations, or just turn the dial to play or skip to another song.
Autumn weather means cozying up with sweaters, and when available, wrapping yourself up in a warm blanket.
I know, you rarely have time for books, and even then it’s safe to say you’re likely to pick up a Kindle or iPad instead of a paperback or hardcover.