The kitchen towel preferred by chefs around the world.
When we moved into a new house a few years ago, they builder included a spot for a TV to the mounted above the fire place. Instead of forcing us to drill through rock, they had a strong wood block that made drilling the mount holes a breeze. There was just one problem: it was too high. Thankfully, we found the Monoprice 109584 Smart Adjustable Tilting TV Wall Mount.
A wall-mounted, rechargable home battery that could utterly change the world’s energy consumption habits.
A cutting board for culinary perfectionists.
A print from Pop Chart Lab that literally shows you the ABC’s of typesetting elements.
A simple and elegant way to hold an iPhone or iPad mini at an angle on your desk. Ideal for FaceTime calls and working with stylii.
An important reminder in poster form.
Clamps onto a 2012-or-later iMac and provides four front-facing USB 3.0 slots.
A beautiful steel-and-wood dock that offers true one-handed use. (Be warned though; the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus editions have no set release date as of Feb 7th, 2015.)
The iPad of coffee scales.
Like a rope light on steroids.
The new Megaboom is completely waterproof, has Bluetooth connection range of 100 feet, and packs 20 hours of battery life.
Extends the shelf life of wine so you don’t feel rushed to finish the bottle.
A beautiful hardwood version of the original steel BookArc stand for MacBook.
Before getting married, I had no clue that wrapping paper actually mattered. I would grab the wrapping paper closest to the door. Since getting married, I’ve realized that wrapping paper is much more than the thing that hides what the presents actually are. It’s a piece of decor. It’s meant to add style to your holiday decorations. This Christmas Tree Pattern gift wrapping paper would be a beautiful choice for just about any home.
A simple and beautiful charging station made of walnut and steel, which embeds your Apple Watch’s MagSafe charger.