stuff we drool about

Cool Doormats

1. Defense Mat, $50 | BUY

2. Unlock Doormat, $49.90 | BUY

3. Come Back with a Warrant Doormat, $20 | BUY

4. Oh No! Not You Again, $20 | BUY

5. I Hope You Brought Beer Doormat, $15 | BUY

6. Go Away Doormat, $11 | BUY

7. Beware of Dog Doormat, $18 | BUY

8. Ring Doorbell and Run Doormat, $15 | BUY

9. Tape Doormat, $49 | BUY

Also, check out some of our other original roundups: Gift ideas for the Drinker | Gift ideas for the Apple fanatic | Gift ideas for the Kitchen | Dog Gear




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QUINTA PATINO RESIDENCE | BY FREDERICO VALSASSINA | Image

QUINTA PATINO RESIDENCE | BY FREDERICO VALSASSINA

Designed by Portuguese architect Frederico Valsassina, this spectacular contemporary house is located in the private condominium of Quinta Patino, in Estoril, Portugal. The 7,535 square foot home features a 2-story layout with living spaces within a modular arrangement of several open air compartments cut out of the simple rectangular design. These openings give strategic views of the beautiful and abundant vegetation....
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BIKE SHELF | BY VADOLIBERO | Image

BIKE SHELF | BY VADOLIBERO

Vadolibero is a Milan based startup dedicated to urban bikers, their Bike Shelf has been especially designed to transform one´s bicycle into an indoor sculpture or feature piece, allowing you to showcase your prized possession, giving it a deserved place of honor in your apartment....like a trophy in a glass jar. The modular structure allows you to park your bike keeping it in place using a stainless steel clamp that can be adjusted to accommodate every wheel and ha...
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TURNER RESIDENCE | BY JENSEN ARCHITECTS | Image

TURNER RESIDENCE | BY JENSEN ARCHITECTS

Designed by Jensen Architects, the beautiful Turner Residence is located in Larkspur, California, USA. Built into a hill, the main building contains the private rooms of the house and is tucked into the earth and threaded through the existing oak trees on site. The lower two levels of the building are cut partially into the slope forming a grounded plinth with a transparent living and dining pavilion that opens up completely for access to the outdoor decks, pool pat...
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