Sure, there's being a fan of the Marvel movies — watching them all, going to midnight screenings, buying the merch, reading the comics — and then there's decking your house out with wall-spanning prints and giant logos. That's like, Coulson-levels of fanboying right there.
Or at least, a replica of it does. What better way to scare the living bejesus out of guests than to have them put their drinks down on a coffee table with the body of Jason peering back out at them?
This electronic butterfly will flutter around its jar forever to add some cheer to your desk as long as you feed it some AAA batteries occasionally. Basically, unlike a real captive butterfly, it'll never let you down or desert you.
Sometimes something as simple as a pile of metal frames and cushions can be so inexplicably appealing that we can't stop thinking about it. This curved frame sofa was one of those things and we even graphed out our thoughts:
Maybe the whole cosmos isn't in this pillow, but the LEDs hidden in a zippered compartment and causing these glowing, swirling patterns sure do give the illusion that it is.
Maybe sleep deprivation finally got to me or maybe these are really the cutest Android pillows I've ever seen. I just wanna grab a pair and snuggle up for a quick nap.
Holy crap, you guys, bomb proof wallpaper. This stuff is strong enough to keep very heavy flying objects from breaking walls—in this video, a wrecking ball.
Vinyl wall decals are nothing new, and there are a few kits out there that allow you to essentially turn a wall into a clock—but Artsick puts the ideas together in a very customizable way.
The movement to turn all of our furniture into a fluffy application dock continues with this handmade Adobe Creative Suite collection.
Why hang up multiple shelves for keys, knick knacks and whatever else, when you can combine them all into one supershelf? Dubbed the "Mexican Army Shelf", this multi-faceted shelf concept attempts to answer that question.
For those who just can't get enough of scrounging through the forest to collect fungus in its various mushroom incarnations, now you can get the same FUNGtional experience in your home. Designer Simon Duff's mushroom floor lamp is an LED light that sits on the floor. While we like the idea of spreading little lamps…
Designed by Ali Ganjavian, the Kaleidolight uses the light conduction of glass tubes to connect the outside wall with the inside. Each module consists of a clear glass cylinder with aluminum lid inside a Teflon-lined aluminum tube that you insert into the outside wall. You can see a pic of one of the modules after the…
Most of us like to flaunt our techno-gear, letting it sit right out there in the open for all to see and covet. But if you're looking for more subtle approach than covering your speakers with cheesy paintings, Acoustic Research Home Decor gives you the HD510, a home theater speaker system that can be camouflaged in a…
If you're done looking for adventure after riding that Harley all day, come home to your crash pad and flop down on this motorcycle chair. With its leather-ish seat padded deep to quiet down that hyper-vibrated ass, the leather-tasseled biker bags hanging on armrest/wheels will make you feel right at home.
They say the best way to hide something is to hide it in plain view, which is exactly what Audiovox does with their Home Decor line of speakers. By enclosing speakers and subs in faux books, planters, vases, floor standing baskets and trunks, you can hide your sound without hindering your enjoyment of it.
Have you ever been in a situation when you had to sleep over at your buddy's house, only to find him pointing to a stack of week-old newspapers, i.e., your bed for the night? Of course you have. Next time, consider the itbed, a foldable bed made entirely out of 7mm (0.27 in.) -thick cardboard. The zigzag look of the…