A coaster is only effective if your dinner guests are willing to use them. Once you've left the room to check on dinner, it's all but guaranteed there will be glasses, cans, and bottles placed directly onto every piece of furniture you own. Unless, of course, those coasters were stuck to the bottom of every drink.
Cleaning a neglected shower is just about the worst household chore there is. But if you can spare an extra minute after your daily shower, you can eliminate soap scum before it becomes stuck to tiles like super glue by simply wiping down the walls with this handy squeegee, designed to hang on your curtain rod or…
Isn't this an ingenious design? This bowl has a moveable colander piece that folds in and out so you can wash and serve your fruit in the same piece.
On one hand, the Dash 4-in-1 measuring spoon from Umbra reduces drawer clutter, leaves you with just a single tool to wash, and looks pretty snazzy in the process with its avocado finish. On the other hand, if you've multiple ingredients to measure, particularly wet ones, at some point you're going to probably end up…
A myriad of cooking apps have made the iPad an indispensable kitchen accessory for many of us. But raw ingredients and expensive electonics don't mix very well. So to keep your tablet free of floury fingerprints and greasy smears, swap your standard wooden spoon with this capacitive alternative.
You loved wearing it out in public all those years, but deep down you new your favorite t-shirt—with its ironic catchphrase/humorous illustration/retro faded corporate logo—would not last forever. Instead of demoting it to rag duty, you can immortalize it forever in this t-shirt-shaped T-Frame.
When I first saw this composite image of last week's lunar eclipse my jaw literally fell open. And then I clicked through to the hi-res version. Is this what a religious experience feels like?
Check out the latest and greatest addition to the Christmas horror flicks:Rare Exports, a film where Santa is trotted around like the raptors in Jurassic Park. Also, Transfers teaches us you don't need to get old, just rent younger bodies.
Umbra, known for low-cost designy plastic kitchen and bathroom tchotchkes, seems like the perfect brand to start doing in-store fabrication of its less microchippy wares. Up in Toronto, Umbra's concept store features a 3D printer, and designers come to the store to work, creating models of their designs—you can see…