Are you looking for a rug and coffee table that can channel spirits from the great beyond? If so, check out this conceptual Ouija board rug and coffee table from the mind of Dave Delisle of Dave’s Geek Ideas.
Tauntauns make great rugs – great sleeping bags too when you are in the freezing cold of Hoth and don’t care how it’s insides smell. This tauntaun skin rug was designed by Malaki Keller and is 100% awesome.
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.
In a lot of countries, particularly in Asia, people sleep on futons or mats laid down on the floor instead of on beds. It’s not because of a lack of funds or because they have an aversion to beds; it’s just part of their culture and how they’ve been raised and what they’re used to.
I’m not a fan of cigarettes, but I am a fan of cigarette art. Instead of lighting one up and slowly smoking your way to lung cancer, why not pile a couple hundred thousand of those nicotine sticks to form something that looks like, say, a tiger skin rug?
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.
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.
Star Wars fans will recall back in May that we talked a bit about the Wampa rug that ThinkGeek had unveiled. The thing wasn’t shipping at the time so all we could do was look at the images and dream about a Wampa rug in front of the fireplace.
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Empire Strikes Back, all sorts of cool Star Wars themed merch is starting to find its way to market this year. One of my favorites so far? This soft and fluffy rug that looks like a Wampa.