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Friday
Aug112017

Cinema Light Box 

When you were in college, you coveted the light up signs that were at the shitty bars you used to frequent. And even after you grew up and realized that a self-respecting 30-year-old can't have a Bud Light Lime sign hanging in her apartment, your magpie self never quite grew out of liking bright lights.  Enter the Cinema Light Box ($50, Huckberry), a mature way to inject a little light-up action in your home. It comes with 100 letters, numbers, and characters so you can switch out the messaging to your heart's content, and—unlike similar lightboxes and signs—it runs on batteries, so you don't have to hide an unsightly cord when you mount it on the wall. 
Monday
Aug072017

Collapsible Laundry Basket 

When you were growing up, presumably not in a big city, having a washer and dryer in your home wasn't considered a badge of honor or a sign that you "MADE IT," it was just a normal thing that literally everyone had. But then you moved to the city, and after having to lug 30 pounds of laundry to the laundromat, you realized that having a washer and dryer IN-UNIT was a sign that you made it.

Truth: if you live in New York City and have a washer and dryer in your actual apartment (I'm not talking about the creepy shared washer and dryers that populate a decent amount of New York's apartment buildings), it means that what you're paying in rent is an amount that would make the folks back home keel over and die, ergo, YOU'VE MADEEEEEEEE ITTTTTTT, even if it's the world's smallest washer and dryer set that can only handle a pillow case, a t-shirt, and one sock at a time.

That said, just because you have this precious amenity that people across all five boroughs would kill for doesn't mean you live in a palace. New York City apartments—even when tricked out with basic amenities—are small. That's why this Collapsible Laundry Basket ($40) is perfect for small spaces like your fancy ass (still miniscule) apartment.  It folds out to full size, but collapses flat so you can shove it wherever you have room for it (virually nowhere, but that's YOUR PROBLEM).   

Friday
Jul212017

WeMo Mini SmartPlug 

If you dream of having a smart home but don't have the cash (or the patience) to completely wire everything in your house to operate with the touch of a button or the sound of your voice, we feel you.

But just because you're not completely "plugged in" doesn't mean you have to live life unplugged. This WeMo Mini Smart Plug connects to your home WiFi and allows you to control any appliance you plug into it with a free companion app. Read more on The Kitchn

Monday
Jun192017

Cloud Catcher 

We all use Q-Tips (literally in the way we're not supposed to—did you know you're not supposed to put Q-Tips in your ear?), but they're annoyingly hard to store.  The box they come in is unwieldy and often falls out of the cabinet, spilling them all over the floor.

That's why this adorable Cloud Catcher ($9, MoMA Design Store), specifically made for storing Q-Tips is so perfect for your bathroom decor.  It's functional while adding a little whimsy to your daily getting-ready routine, which is what we all need in the morning.  That, and coffee.  And more sleep.  Definitely more sleep.   

Wednesday
May172017

10 Stylish Bar Carts Under $300

Don Draper brought the bar cart back into style, and even though the show is long over, the trend is still happening. Wanna get the look? We've rounded up 10 sleek bar carts you're sure to love — even if you make a fraction of Draper's fancy salary. Read it on The Kitchn