Bachelor Pad Design

Few things are greater than a bachelor pad…but a bachelor castle? We’ll take it. For the price of a two bedroom apartment in New York, you can work from home in your Italian eight bedroom castle located on a 36,000 square foot lot. Restored over the years (the last 1,000 years – because that’s how long this has been standing) it has been updated and is ready for sale. Everyone needs a fireplace you can fit a dining table in. So go ahead – grab life by the horns and enjoy it. $2,349,000 includes all agents fees. BUY

June 10, 2008 at 5:25 am

In case you couldn’t tell, we’re not ones to skimp on the home-front. So why skimp when it comes to the address? Weston Letters makes “Architectural Numbers” which are custom made to your liking. Checkout the fonts, metals, finishes – and easily customize it online. Instructions et al, online. Kick it up a notch. Around $200 BUY

June 9, 2008 at 5:35 am

Land Rovers originally were invented when Willy’s jeeps left in England following World War II finally met their maker. Intended to be farming vehicles, the high and low geared 4 wheel drive Series I was exported everywhere the British empire reigned. Africa, India, and beyond became populated with them, and the four-wheeling functionality was put to use in the brush and mountains. When the U.S. placed requirements that all imported new cars have airbags, Land Rover stuck to their original core vehicle values and refused. No longer are new Defender’s sold in the U.S. So for Land Rover’s 60th Anniversary Defender – complete with satellite navigation, Recaro seats, iPod compatibility and USB input – it’s best to head to Australia where they were just released. 1,800 will be produced worldwide and they are sure to be grabbed quickly. Interior photo after the jump. US $60,000. BUY

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June 6, 2008 at 5:19 am

The essential 100 books for your library. Fill the rest with what you will, but be sure to have these on hand. From Tolstoy to Fitzgerald to Wolf to Thoreau – you’ll be cultured and educated with the finest literature of the last centuries. Philosophy, drama, even some comedy to keep you entertained. So pull up a chair, grab a glass of scotch, and take a breather. 100 Books by Everyman’s Library. $2,223.45. BUY

June 5, 2008 at 5:55 am

Caillou Boats is putting out a personal sailboat called the Okume. With a mohogany deck, fiberglass hull and sturdy sail, these are the best of the best. Can also be used as a canoe. Put on a suit and arrive in style. $13,200. BUY

June 3, 2008 at 5:44 am

In major cities you probably know that lamp posts use vertical banners to advertise artist exhibitions at major museums. You can actually grab these from Betterwall.com. They purchase from nine major cities, so just to add a little more art to the Chuck Close hanging in your wall, make it the banner ad for the exhibition. You can even shop by color scheme, to fit it perfectly. $400-800. BUY

June 2, 2008 at 1:22 pm

Consider it an updated version of the Economist. Monocle Magazine, put out by our friends across the pond publishes 10 issues a year. Started just over a year ago, the magazine hired editors from the New York Times, the BBC, and others. The online version is edited by the founder of Wallpaper Magazine, and a former International Herald Tribune Columnist. Main sections include Affairs, Business, Culture and Design. Not a flimsy magazine, at around 200 pages. SUBSCRIBE £75.

June 2, 2008 at 5:56 am


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