stuff we drool about

Nebia Moen Shower

Silicon Valley shower startup Nebia (with high-profile Silicon Valley backers like Apple CEO Tim Cook) has introduced their most advanced shower yet. Made in collaboration with Moen, the Nebia by Moen showerhead provides double the coverage of a standard showerhead while saving 45 percent more water, according to the brand. This reduces overall water usage and saves you some cash at the same time. The 8-inch diameter showerhead uses air to atomize the water in a proprietary H2Micro technology to deliver a blissful, yet invigorating spa-like shower experience to better clean and hydrate your skin. The shower head is easily installed (no need to call a plumber), and once you are good to go your whole body will be embraced by water, and you will feel more like in a spa experience than just another part of your routine. watch the video below



nebia-by-moen-shower-2.jpg | Image

nebia-by-moen-shower-3.jpg | Image

nebia-by-moen-shower-4.jpg | Image

nebia-by-moen-shower-5.jpg | Image



Taylor Stitch
Huckberry Interior
PANASONIC NC-ZK1 KETTLE | Image

PANASONIC NC-ZK1 KETTLE

Panasonic is a brand mostly know for their TVīs, digital cameras and camcorders, but they also make Kitchen appliances, like the beautifully designed NC-ZK1 Electric Kettle from Panasonicīs Breakfast collection. With a unique and majestic profile, the NC-ZK1 is an appliance you will happily leave on the countertop without sacrificing the look of your kitchen. The stainless steel kettle features an ingenious 360š rotating base unit that efficiently transmits heat to ...
read more
LOFT 9B APARTMENT | Image

LOFT 9B APARTMENT

Loft B9 is a spectacular attic apartment in Sofia, Bulgaria. Idealized by interior designer Veneta Nikolova and architect Dimitar Karanikolov, they spent two years reconstructing the stylish place, with pieces of custom designed furniture and experimenting with details, and finishes. The residence is predominantly open plan, with a large living and dining space at its heart, and a massive dark concrete cube occupies the center of the living room, hiding the bathroom...
read more
MONO LAMP | Image

MONO LAMP

Created by designer Simon Forgacs, the Mono Lamp was born from his fascination with the famous TV test cards, appearing as colorful geometric shapes with vivid colors on his TV screen as a child. He was mesmerized by these light patterns, therefore, he wanted to capture their essence in a symbolic object, which led to the creation of the Mono Lamp series. Inspired by a now over 50 years old TV test card, the lamp is available in either color or greyscale versions, b...
read more