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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

Monday
May152017

Lofree Keyboard

There's a contingent of people (hipsters, mostly) who go crazy over retro things.  Retro clothes, retro accessories, retro drinks, retro moustaches—the works.  These are the people who collect vintage typewriters and first-edition copies of books they claim they've read.     

And while these people covet typewriters, what was once the most modern machine in the world is now a really intricate paperweight.  So, what do these precious hipsters do if they long to hear the retro clackity-clack of typewriter keys but need to use an actual computer to get work done? They get a LoFree Keyboard ($79), which mimics the sound of a typewriter, ensuring their roommates will hate them forever. 

Monday
Apr242017

CreekKooler

The weather is getting warmer, and your calendar is getting filled with activities that involve spending time outdoors.  And if you're planning on spending any of your time outdoors boating, kayaking, or swimming, you're gonna wanna get a CreekKooler ($180, Kanooler Products).  A floating cooler that will hold up to 12 cans (with plenty of room for ice), the CreekKooler is perfect for any water-based activity you're doing where you want to have a cold one in your hand (read: all of them).  You can tether the cooler to your boat to save space inside, or you can just have it float around in your pool, making your own make-shift swim-up bar, right in your backyard (it even has build-in drink holders in the top of it).  Cheers to nice weather.   
Monday
Apr102017

In-Law Dinner Candle

There are a million fancy scented candles on the market, but "ocean breeze" or "campfire smoke" or "mountain lake" aren't really the scents that fit your life.  The scents that fit your life are more like "at work and hating life" or "sad dive bar" or "dinner with your in-laws."  Why not call a spade a spade?  

Stock your home with candles that make more sense for you, like this In-Law Dinner Candle ($20, Whiskey River Soap Co.) that smells like unseasoned pot roast and a heaping size of tension under the surface. Mmmmmmm smells like Sunday.