If you’re the type of person who gets caught up in decorating competitions around the holidays, be thankful you don’t live near Colby Powell and his family. Instead of inflatable Santas or a towering tree, they built a light-up Millennium Falcon on the roof of their house that measures almost 29 feet long.
Red and green holiday laser lights have been around for a few years now, but this model doesn’t just project dots (sorry, stars) onto the side of your house. With the push of a button, you can turn the lasers into Santa Claus shapes, bells, Christmas trees, or snowflakes. That’s a lot less work than actually hanging…
‘Tis the season for Christmas parties, leaving many homes empty and prime targets for burglars while revelers are away visiting family and friends. But there’s nothing to worry about if you’ve decorated your home with these festive, motion-activated Christmas lights that crank to 12,000 lumens of brightness to scare…
Nothing classes up a room like a massive, intricate chandelier hanging overhead. But they can be a hassle to find, hard to get home, and complicated to install without tearing a hole in your ceiling. Unless the words “some assembly required” don’t frighten you, in which case this flat-packed faux chandelier is a much…
You might think that Halloween stops being fun as soon as the neighbors call you out for being too old to trick-or-treat. But one day, when you have a house of your own, you realize that turning your quaint homestead into a terrifying haunted house makes Halloween infinitely more enjoyable.
You don’t need it for another 7 months or so, but $20 is by far the best price we’ve seen on a landscape laser light projector, if you want to get an early jump on your holiday decorating.
Before you buy a bunch of discounted LED lights for next year’s Christmas tree, you might want to consider putting that money towards a projector instead—one that’ll guarantee that your living room holiday decor will far outshine your neighbor’s.
Nothing ruins the Halloween holidays like the stress of trying to decide how to properly decorate your home. ThinkGeek has made it easy this year, though, with these cheap, festive, and well-timed Stormtrooper hanging skeletons.
The days of movie posters and tapestries are over. It’s time to give your apartment some personality, but you probably don’t want to spend a fortune. Well, I’m here to tell you that it can be done, and I’ll also tell you exactly how to do it. Here are ten tips for whipping your place into shape, without busting your…
You can pretend it's all in good fun, and just an excuse for a middle-aged homeowner to act like a kid again. But that's not the real reason you decorate your house for Halloween. In reality it's a competition against your neighbors to see who can have the most kids timidly creeping up to ring their doorbell.
Hammacher Schlemmer, purveyors of expensive, goofy gadgets, are now peddling the Foldaway Massage Chair, a shapeshifting piece of furniture that will keep your muscles relaxed, your apartment uncluttered, and your buyers remorse so potent you can almost taste it.
We're not so certain that investment in inflatable furniture is a good idea (unless you live on a houseboat or something), but Dutch comapny Blofield is prepared to sell you premium Chesterfield-style chairs and sofas.
Philippe Boulet's "luminotherapy" bed is supposed to help you sleep. But since when does light shining in someone's face help them sleep?
If Buffy, Twilight, Trueblood and the collective Anne Rice novels have taught us anything, it's that women dig vampires. To exploit the phenomenon, stay out of the sun and buy this couch.
Little known fact: Jason Chen is planning his wedding reception for August. And while he and his fiancee wanted to go with a white table cloth affair, I insisted they ditch that stuff and bust out the Party Pumps.
It is among my few regrets in life that I don't have a front yard, only in that it limits me from unleashing an army of solar-powered squirrels on the neighborhood.
I'm not too sure what heaven looks like, being of the mindset that it all just goes to black. But if heaven does exist, it surely looks a lot like the original Star Trek Enterprise.