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

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

Just as we begin to wrap up ski season, it’s time to book those tickets for 2011 to ensure you enjoy every minute of downhill next year.  So why not have the mountain and the untouched powder to yourself by Heli-skiing   The Ruby Mountains experience is three full days including all meals, double-occupancy lodging, guide service, ski rental and of course – the helicopter rides to the top.  With over 200,000 acres of snowpack to cover, this won’t be your average long weekend.  The mountain range is just west of Salt Lake City, in Northeastern Nevada.  Make it happen.  $4,250 BUY

May 30, 2010 at 5:55 am

Best Collar StaysTateossian is known to make some extraordinary items.  These mother of pearl collar stays will do just what is needed in keeping you looking your best.  These are hand crafted in Great Britain and will likely last you a lifetime, while your shirts will likely not.  Go with the best.  $27.50.  BUY

May 20, 2010 at 5:13 am

For when the only thing that can heal you is the sweet touch of liquor to your lips, then open your first Melli first aid kit.  This item is named for the bar at Tempelhof Airport in Berlin includes bar tools.  The soft open hinges prevent any sudden movements, and the glossy surface provides easy cleanup.  So when you just can’t sleep and you find yourself in the dark, reach for the medicine.  $1,700.  BUY

September 14, 2009 at 5:06 am

Versace SuitThe Versace 3-Piece suit is versatile enough for the raider or the white knight.  With signature print lining, side vents, ticket pocket and side slash pockets, this suit will see you through the best and worst of financial times.  The Versace designers operate as teams under direct supervision of Donatella Versace.  The men’s team seems to have made it work.  Well done team.  $1,450 BUY




August 28, 2009 at 5:14 am

Best Rowing MachineIn late 1989, John Duke invented the water powered rowing machine to simulate the sound and feel of real rowing.  Contrary to modern ergometers, this is the basic with only a timer.  No odometer, no strength or resistance meter.  This is a rower for the sake of rowing.  Hear the water, feel the water and do it without the metrics.  Row Indoors.  $1500 BUY

August 24, 2009 at 5:12 am

We found it interesting that Oliver Peoples parent company, Luxottica Group, also owns Ray-Ban and Persol.  Needless to say these Fellini-esque tortoise shell retro shades are made from all the best things.  Hand sculpted with miniature pin detail and optional Polarized or Photochromatic lenses make these the ones you’ll keep for years to come.  Consider it an investment in your vision.  $325 BUY

August 20, 2009 at 5:14 am

Pininfarina has designed incredible cars for almost eighty years.  You may have seen some of its designs.  Look out your window, there they are.  Volvo and Ford to Maserati, Ferrari, Jaguar and Rolls Royce.  All have employed the same one company to design cars – Pininfarina.  So when we heard that you, personally, can hire the company to custom build you a car, we were impressed to say the least.  The latest and greatest example of such a custom-build, is the Hyperion.  Roland Hall, a Rolls-Royce collector, liked cars from the 1930s, so he asked Pininfarina to design him something that evoked that style, but with today’s power and safety.  Roland also liked Chris-Craft type boats, so boat builders made a convertible cover concealer out of the very same material.  Why not.  Roland, we suspect, likes his new car.  $CUSTOM BUY

August 17, 2009 at 5:35 am

Looking for general Design Inspiration?  Look no further than Air Space, the location scouts for GQ Magazine, Vogue, and FHM photo shoots.  Locations throughout Europe organized by style or type, including cabins, industrial, penthouses, pubs and beach houses.  These locations are the best of the best and updated regularly to stay current.  Enjoy: FREE LINK

August 11, 2009 at 5:44 am

Best ShowerWhat’s better than four rows of water plus a full 1 foot waterfall on top you?  We’re sure there are better ways to wake up, we just can’t think of them.  Watermonopoly seems to do just that when it comes to the shower, claim a full monopoly on the simplest solution to go from one spout to a classy full body experience.  This unit won’t take up too much room, in fact all you need is a drain on your floor and the curtain bar is already in place.  Even has “thermostatic control” which means you can find your perfect temperature and never have to set it again.  For those mornings where all neurons have yet to fire, this seems to be the perfect solution.  $TBA BUY




March 2, 2009 at 4:39 am

If you have any interest in moving to San Francisco, you’ll be happy to know that the ultimate Bachelor Pad is for sale, and best yet – the price was just reduced 30%.  In fact they have shaved a clean $21 million off the original price, so now just find your wallet and see if you have an extra $49,000,000 laying around to make this purchase.  To sweeten the deal consider what this bachelor pad offers: It is a penthouse at the St. Regis in downtown San Francisco with 20,000 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 6 baths, 4 half baths, 4 fireplaces, a fitness room, garage space for 6, home theater, library, security system, doorman, massive hot tub, wine cellar, closet the size of a retail clothing store, sun room, sprawling terrace, 22 foot glass walls, and views of ocean, mountains and lakes.  If only they reduced it $21 million a few more times.  You do only live once. $49,000,000 BUY

February 11, 2009 at 5:20 am

desklampEd Barber and Jay Osgerby have won more design awards than you can shake a stick at (if that means anything).  Their firm designs modern long lasting items that are simple.  We especially enjoy the Tab lamp they thought of.   This one happens to be signed by Barber and Osgerby personally, but if you’re not into that you can just rub off the signature or pick one up here. Something for the home office.  We like it.  $450 BUY

January 29, 2009 at 5:00 am

9Tailors was founded in 2007 by a young entrprenuer frustrated by always taking clothes to the tailor.  The website is a “Design-it-yourself” customization tool.  You pick the fabric, collar, stitching, button style, cuff style, and type in your exact measurements (they show you how to get these), and within three weeks you have your own, self-designed, custom fitting dress shirts.  Genius.  Shirts start at $60.  BUY

January 9, 2009 at 5:39 am

Squirrel Cage Antique Light Bulbs are making a comeback, a mere 150 years after their introduction.  Put them in your vintage movie lights or anywhere else for the classic look.  Won’t use too much energy, and give off just the right amount of dim light.  Simple enough – and they’ll probably be around for another 150 years.  $10   BUY

January 8, 2009 at 5:29 am

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