The Halley Floor To Floor Lamp is one of five cool outdoor lighting fixtures featured by Spot Cool Stuff. And it’s not hard to see why. Flexible, modular arcs of light shine down upon your outdoor scene. And the whole lamp is waterproof — not to the point you’d want to throw it into the pool, but you can leave the Halley Floor To Floor Lamp outside in the wind, cold and rain. The main downside is the $3,200 price tag. If that’s a bit beyond your budget, consider the less expensive but less outdoor-friendly Halley Floor To Wall Lamp instead.
What’s the best selling home improvement item on Amazon.com for Christmas 2012? Surprise! It’s the MagnoGrip. Surely, Amazon’s 48% discount has something to do with that. But so does the usefulness of this wristband, which magnetically holds nails, screws, nuts or other little metal items while working. Incredibly handy — but keep it away from the magnetic strip on your credit card. US$10
Hanging Fern and Moss Wall Art in your dinning room is like planting a vertical jungle on your wall. It’s made from real, living plant material. Yet — at least according to this review of the Fern and Moss Wall Art — it doesn’t require watering and isn’t a magnet for bugs. The large size in the photo above sells for over $1,000 but other options go for as little as $198. That’s not a lot of green.
We pity da fool who doesn’t like the Mr. T Tea For One tea pot and cup set. For more of B.A. Baracus’s mohawked mug (pun!) frowning back at you, consider pairing the tea set with a Mr T teabag holder. Both are creations of one Mr. Lenny Mud, who sells his pop culture-rich housewares on Etsy. Among his collection: a Star wars Storm Trooper leftovers bowl, a Dr. Who mug and the Lionel Ritchie cheese platter pictured below.
If you can’t travel to Easter Island, then perhaps you can have a little bit of Easter Island to you. A very little bit. In the form of a Tiki Head Tissue Box Cover.
The head on the box was named Rudy by the designers (yes, really) and from across a room looks surprisingly like a miniature version of the stone statues you’d fine in the remote South Pacific Ocean (see photo below). The price, while not expensive, is nothing to sneeze at: $19.