Ok, Jabba isn’t included in this design, but at least the title rhymed. This cushion urges you to stop trying to pick a side and just park your backside on it. It features some of our favorite heroes and villains.
It probably stays pretty cool in the Batcave, but just in case your dwelling isn’t so dark and climate controlled, check out this cool Batman ceiling fan. It’s probably the only Batman fan that hasn’t been talking about the new movie.
It seems like virtually anything can be turned into art. While the spoken word can be art in the form of poetry and song, it’s not often that it’s something that you can physically see. After all, a voice is something heard, not seen.
Mirrors are great. They let you see yourself much the same way that the rest of the world does. Unfortunately they have one major drawback: Everything is reversed.
You’d think that whoever invented the things would have noticed that everything you see in a mirror is backwards.
Just because you’re all grown up and have a nursery to decorate doesn’t mean that you can’t sneak in a little touch of your gamer style in your tot’s room. For starters, why not deck out their crib with one of these fun 8-bit quilts?
Designed by Jan Bergstein, “TEELICHT” is a lamp that looks like an upside-down cup, with a light switch made to look like a teabag tag. I hope no one’s going to protest when I say that this is a tealightful idea.
Looking for a cool way to incorporate technology into your interior design? These new Mood Light Shelves might be just the ticket.
Each shelf is embedded with an array of red, green, and blue ultra-bright LEDs, and can be controlled by a remote to change colors.
For those out there who’d prefer their home theater sound system heard and not seen, Audiovox’s AR Home Decor speaker enclosures might be just the ticket.
The Home Decor collection provides a number of disguises for the Acoustic Research HD510 series of speakers.