Inspired by a scene from a classic Tom & Jerry cartoon where Tom gets crushed paper-thin on the stairs by a giant Jerry, artist rugsoda has created an almost identical likeness of Tom in the form of this ‘Flat Cat’ stair-runner rug.
From 1998 to 2008, the Las Vegas Hilton featured an attraction called Star Trek: The Experience. I remember going to it during a Vegas vacation, and it was quite cheesy- but in a good way. But if you have fond memories of it, or just want to bring a little bit of Trek into your home, check this out.
One of the best characters in Game of Thrones was Hodor. He was a simple-minded brute that carried Bran around after the was tossed off the tower by Jamie. We’ve seen Hodor door stoppers in the past, and now here’s something else for your Hodor fans.
This Millennium Falcon rug may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts. This is the ship that did the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs. Now it will sit on your floor, making your living room look like a hanger bay.
I’ve always liked Chewbacca; he was one of my favorite characters in the original Star Wars films. He did sort of remind me of my aunt’s pomeranian though. If you like Chewie and want a constant reminder of him, check out these Chewbacca rugs.
If your dream is to own at least a few hundred designer labels or so, then your search is over. And no, I’m not talking about some lottery where you’ll be able to afford all the brands that you want to own; rather, I’m talking about the Jeans Labels carpet.
If your personal Mushroom Kingdom has hardwood or tile floors, you know it can get pretty cold under your feet – especially this time of year. So why not warm up your tootsies courtesy of Super Paper Mario?
It doesn’t take a computer engineer to be intrigued by the appearance of printed circuit boards, the foundation and highway for the hundreds of electronic components that make our electronic devices function. Thier cryptic yet functional arrangement – like an alien city viewed from above – inspired designer Lukas Scherrer to make the Memory Rug.
After a hard day’s work in the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario likes nothing better than to come home to his love, Princess Peach. Though I didn’t realize that he wanted to stomp all over her like some unwanted Goombah.
I recently visited this spa that was literally full of rocks. Rock treatments, rock decor, and a rock-covered pathway. I don’t know what it is about walking on rocks, but it was kind of relaxing and therapeutic.
I’m definitely a big fan of pixel art. Whether they’re found in paintings, furniture, housewares, or costumes, pixels are still pretty cool in my book. So when I saw that this fashion house is featuring an entire collection of stuff inspired by pixels, my inner geek got all hot and bothered.
I have never understood the need for rugs in a home; it’s like carpet for your carpet. Since hard floors are cold and never clean if you have pets or kids, I get why you might want a rug in that instance, though.
The Sasan Magic Carpet is the jack-of-all-trades or the rug-slash-mat that is the furniture equivalent to the Swiss Army knife. That’s because it’s not just a rug or a mat. By folding it over and moving the straps around, you can go from a flat bed to mat to lounge chair in an instant.
So you’re standing at your door and happen to glance down while you fumble with your keys. Then you do a double-take. That doormat is filthy and it would be an embarrassment to lay that old sucker out for your guests.