Bachelor Pad Design

Finally technology caught up with the water bottle. Kor One makes a BPA and toxin free reusable water bottle that carries 750 ml…that’s a full wine bottle’s worth of water. It boasts a hinged lid, easy to carry handle, dishwasher safe, and mouth wide enough for ice-cubes. Not a Sigg, and not a Nalgene – this is a bit more refined and ready to go wherever you need. Stay hydrated – it’s good for you. Product set to go live in about 2-3 weeks. $30 BUY

August 26, 2008 at 4:03 am

wall text artLooking to add some flare to a wall in your home?  Why not add your own inspiration and let your walls speak to you.  Miraentuinterior.com will take any text you want, and create the lettering so you can apply it to your wall.  Take a book quotation, a speech, a family saying…go nuts.  Customize font, color and size.  Prices vary depending on size.  $125 – $300.  BUY (via eUpgrader)

August 25, 2008 at 12:42 pm

The Best Tonic WaterBeyond a slew of recent awards for packaging and taste – we’re just discovering Fever-Tree mixers.  Served in 5 of the top 11 restaurants in the world, they seem to have struck the perfect balance of crispness and flavor.  To enhance your best vodka or gin – give it a try.  4 bottles for $6.  BUY

August 25, 2008 at 4:28 am

Wall ChairWe think this is a particularly clever spacesaver that would happen to look great in any bachelor pad. Designed by Tove Adman, the wall chair is available in polished or matt aluminum and can even have it covered in reindeer skin as seen here.  Put it in your closet as a place to sit down and put your shoes on.  We’re all for it, and we think it’s a decent deal for how sturdy it is.  $290 BUY

August 20, 2008 at 5:36 am

Swiss Railway ClockHans Hilfiker was a railroad engineer and came up with this clock in the 1940’s. Today the Swiss railway Clock is used in more than 3,000 train stations throughout Europe.  Brushed steel case, easy to read hands, and even featured in the New York Museum of Modern Art. We think you could set this once and forget about it until daylight savings.  Keep your trains running on time for $175 BUY

August 19, 2008 at 5:24 am

Some of our most popular posts have focused on how to do certain things.  We had:

So where do we go from here?  How to Apply to MI-6?  Tempting, but anyone with an addiction to alcohol or gambling is out – so that probobably cuts out half our readers.  So for now, something much safer.  How to Base Jump Off the Eiffel Tower.  Note – it is illegal without permission from Parisian Authorities… who can be contacted here.  Grab a Racer Accuracy Complete Parachute System here, then probably a good idea to head to the Snake River BASE Academy for four days of training by registering here. Reserve your Eiffel Tower tickets here so you aren’t stuck in line.  And you’re set.  (Parisian Permit Not Included) $5,500  BUY


August 13, 2008 at 1:00 pm

Few things are more enjoyable than a steam or sauna and the Brits have something great on their hands with this one.  Beyond the physical and mental health benefits there are a small handful of companies in the world that have combined them into one.  The best we’ve found yet is Ideal with the Tris model.  The shower is incredible with 11 nozzles and 6 body jets on the side, flow control, foldable seat, and handheld spray.  The sauna matches it with built in hygrometer, 2 kilograms of volcanic stones, bucket and ladle made from Iroko wood, and digital time and temperature programming.  And then there is the steam room with an oil burner for aromatherapy, digital programming and the use of the shower to cool you off at the same time if needed.  Good god, we want one.  $20,000. BUY

August 12, 2008 at 5:46 am

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August 12, 2008 at 12:25 am

Castiglioni AshtrayAchille Castiglioni died six years ago – but his minamilist designs live on. His ashtray became famous after he and his brother teamed up to go full swing into design.  It’s either this, or an Ashtray from Harry’s Bar in Venice – and this is a bit easier to get ahold of.  A cigar once in a while isn’t a bad thing.  Comes in large and small sizes.  $105 BUY

August 11, 2008 at 5:15 am

el casco cigarcutterIn Medeival times, Solingen, Germany was home to the best swordsmiths.  Today, 90% of German blades come from the town and they are some of the finest in the world. Not too far away, in the Basque region of Northern Spain,  is El Casco, a company who went from making revolvers to making individually numbered and manually assembled office supplies during the depression.  So when El Casco wanted to make a desktop Cigar Cutter worthy of it’s name, they chose the finest materials and Solingen blades.  And thus the El Casco Cigar Cutter was born.  A long way to come to cut cigars, but a rich history worthy of what is arguably the best cigar cutter money can buy.  You’ll have to leave this one in your will, because its sticking around.  $140.  BUY

August 7, 2008 at 11:07 pm

Anthony Glycerin SoapDesigned and made by a man – as a simple, quality soap that both preps your face for shaving, and can be used as body soap. Botanical extracts, aloe vera, glycerin, orange extract, vitamin E. Sounds like they’ve covered all the bases. Nourishing and good for you. Wake up right. 100% vegetable-based. $8.00 BUY

August 7, 2008 at 7:55 am

When Frank Gehry and Phillippe Starck want their designs manufactured – they call up Alberto Alessi.  He manages Alessi Designs currently and is now putting out Silvio Coppola’s Tiffany Tray, originally produced in 1974 and now in the New York Museum of Modern Art.  Slotted handles on the sides, integrated into the shape.  Wake up right – put your paper, coffee and waffles on this and relax.  $140 BUY

August 6, 2008 at 5:39 am

So what do you do when you’re the 41st richest person in the world? You build a city – in the center of Vegas – and fill it with the nicest hotels, casinos, art and crash pads. Kirk Kerkorian – majority shareholder of MGM Grand is working on City Center by MGM – a futuristic twist on Vegas. A people-mover, $40 million in sculptures and art – and the part we like? Pre-furnished bachelor pads with beds that come out of the wall and large flat-screen tv’s pre-wired. Views of the Bellagio fountain on one side, and city lights all around. May actually save yourself some cash on this depending on the frequency with which you hit the baccarat tables.  Top it off- LEED building codes, and sustainable building.  Buy Your Own Pre-Furnished Vegas Crash Pad for $500,000.  BUY

August 5, 2008 at 10:08 am


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