I don't know how many cakes you have to make before having the skills to turn a giant mass of shapeless frosting into these symmetric sculptures, but I would guess between 100 to 2 billion. I just know that I like to watch these videos of Asian chefs making them to perfection. So relaxing.
If you can't get an 8K TV or a giant curved screen, you have to get creative with how you'll draw eyes to your bland and unremarkable booth. Here are some of the attention-grabbers I saw at this year's Consumer Electronics Trade Show, ranked in order of appeal.
If robots ever destroy humanity, I hope I get killed by one of these cake decorator bots. I've been trapped in a recursive cake video dimension for the last 30 minutes and now I just want to lie down under one of them and have it decorate my face until I die. Everywhere. While I stuff my face with cake. Enjoy!
Who needs lamps when you can make your walls literally light up on their own? They can if you cover them with a coating of LED wallpaper. Wallpaper might be a little past its prime, but with a little infusion of tech and some neat geometric designs, maybe it's time to reconsider.
If you want to get a wall clock, you have all kinds of options. There are big digital ones, classic analog ones, but if you want one that's really clever, the Flat Life Clock might be the way to go.
Who has tim to actually visit places anymore? Not me. Too much stuff to do that doesn't involve curiosity or exercise. That's why these Google Maps "Worldwide Carpets" area rugs are so perfect.
So you're living in a trendy studio apartment and you keep your sweaters under the sink and your bed rolls up into your oven. But what about your tools? You could just leave them on your coffee table, disguised as a Christmas cookie.
When you consider it, we're not so nice with our furniture. We plop our heavy selves down on some pieces and put drinks on others...sometimes without coasters. We push them around, figuratively and literally. This smart furniture, however, pushes back.
A desk lamp? Everyone has one of those. A floor lamp is a step up, sure, but just barely. Now wall-mounted lighting, that's the true mark of thoughtful interior decoration, and this poster lamp makes installing it easier than ever.
In today's Remainders: shouting! Fox News has been clamoring about Verizon and the iPad for a while, and today they kept on clamoring; an indie video game you control by screaming; a robot that listens for your commands; and more.
Looking for something to decorate your fridge with this V-Day, here's magnets of men weeping. Maybe it's just me, but if I really wanted to see grown ass men cry, I'd just start dating again.
These traditional Japanese-style keyboards are a class apart from the grey or white boringness of the average keyboard. As well as looking different, and neat these devices are even handmade for that extra "creative" touch. The gold one's damn attractive and would look cool on many a desk: but not the green "kara…
Forget fridge magnet poetry— you know you only used it to make up smutty phrases anyway—stick these fridge leaves on that boring metal door, and you'd have your own indoor forest. Granted it would be much more "lovely" if it was made of real leaves not plastic ones, but I reckon they've got a charm all of their own.…
Safretti's latest in their line of wall-mounted fireplaces for urban living spaces without proper wood burning ventilation looks a lot like a mouth. A mouth much like the mouths Seth MacFarlane likes to draw on inanimate objects on Family Guy, which is why we picture this thing spewing obscenities, as well as 7.1kW of…
Just purchased a house but still manage to have money left over for decorating? Check out this vertical Cyclone fireplace. It's a freestanding wooden fireplace with two tall, vertical glass enclosures with spinning towers of fire inside.
Most of us try to hide cables under the carpet or along the walls or inside the walls, but this weird cable carpet displays them prominently. Designed by a German student, this rug has cable patterns cut out of it, designed for you to pass your cables through.
Amaze your friends and freak out little children with this invisible bookshelf. Powder coated stainless steel makes this strong as well as handsome. Which is moot, since you'll never see it. Available now for 18 Euro ($22.92 USD).