Jellyfish in your swimming pool = bad.
LED-lit piece of jellyfish art in your pool = very cool looking.
The Swimming Pool Jellyfish from Ocean Art float on top of the water but have tentacles that reach down. The whole thing is lit in light green or purple (your choice) with LED bulbs, creating a vondrous and eery effect. These jellyfish are about the size of the real thing but, fortunately, don’t sting. $45
The Fossil Sink has been more than 60 million years in the making. Sort of. While the sink itself has only been available for three years, the spiral corkscrew design is inspired by fossils from the Cretaceous Period. It’s made of concrete (the sink, not the fossils) and gives any bathroom a modern yet prehistoric look. Available through High Tech Design.
Is your car garage so cluttered that it doesn’t have space for, you know, a car? Here’s a do-it-yourself sliding storage system for garage ceilings may help. Designed by The Family Handyman magazine, the system relies on reinforced plastic totes suspended from the ceiling. (Using reinforced plastics key if you don’t want things to go horribly wrong). The totes are hung on plywood strips allowing them to slide back and forth. Label the contents of each tote on its side or underneath and finding your Christmas ornaments will never be difficult again.
The Casulo Room-In-A-Box is like some sort of move-in magic trick. From one crate that’s 31.5 by 47.2 by 35.4 inches (the size of a Euro warehouse pallet) can comes furnishings for a room that includes:
- Desk with desk cabinet and locking drawers
- Office chair that revolves and is height-adjustable
- Two stools
- A single bed and mattress
It isn’t nearly as a large table tennis table. Nor can you stand far back from it and wind up for a killer ping pong shot, à la Balls of Furry. In fact, we can safely say that playing table tennis in a swimming pool not a sport that will be taking the world by storm any time soon. But it is a whole lot of fun.
We are talking, of course, about the Floating Waterproof Ping Pong Table.
The set comes with two oversized lollipop-like paddles, both of which float. Three balls are also included, though regular ping pong balls can be used. Altogether, a good deal for $60.
The Napshell isn’t a bed. It’s a “power napping cocoon.” Among the benefits of taking a 20 to 30 minute mid-day nap: a 92% increase in productivity, a 34% decrease in mistakes caused by a lack of attention, a 50% increase in decision making and a 37% decrease in the risk of a heart attack.1 see more