Bachelor Pad Design

This rich top grain leather chair is built with eco-friendly construction, certified sustainable, kiln-dried hardwood frame and soy-based polyfoam cushion.  The chair is built in the United States and upon ordering, the company will even overnight you a swatch just to be sure the leather works with what you want.  No corner cut and this is sure to last for many years to come.  Perfect for the home office or spacious closet.  $2,000 BUY

May 9, 2011 at 5:02 am

Best NotebookIf you happen to still have a land line, this is the only thing you need sitting next to it.  These “cashier’s journals” from Moleskine have a simple heavy-duty cardboard cover with visible stitching on the spine and acid-free pages.  Last 16 pages are detachable and each has 64 pages.  Better looking than post-it notes and reasonably priced.  Set of 3 for only $8 BUY

May 8, 2011 at 5:38 am

Lumas photography gets it.  Oversized edgy prints organized by genre with framing options – this is all you need to add the final touches to your abode.  Hand signed originals that were produced in batches of 75-150 means these pieces are rare but affordable.  We especially like the “young art” category for the collector looking to invest.  $500 and Up BUY

May 4, 2011 at 5:21 am

We know everyone wants an island in the Bahamas.  Well we say go for it.  In fact, as a bonus we’ll throw in your own airport, flock of sheep a couple houses and orchards of fruit trees.  Lying right in the Exuma Cays is 681 acres of foliage, hills and beaches just for you.  Best of all you can head to nearby Thunderball cave for snorkeling (yes – the actual Thunderball cave).  The main house has six bedrooms with 360 degree views and staff quarters are located down the valley on a field.  Caretaker quarters are located on the other side of the island.  Only $55,000,000 BUY

May 2, 2011 at 5:06 am

PuigpullSo you’ve found yourself with a an old bottle of wine, and just as you can almost taste it, the cork breaks.  You look down into the bottle and see less than half the cork, crumbed and holding on for dear life above a sea of aged wine.  It’s time to call in the big guns.  Meant for old bottles of wine with uncertain or damaged corks, this corkscrew with Teflon pigtail and anchored ratchet will be the last you ever buy.  Pulls any cork out and does it easily using slow and careful direct upward motion.  Treat yourself before the worst case scenario becomes a reality.  $25 BUY

May 1, 2011 at 5:05 am


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