Whether you presently own a home, rent an apartment, or vacate the entire basement level of your parent’s house, guests will always notice if you have cooler stuff than they do.
In fact, there isn’t a better feeling than knowing someone appreciates your amazing taste in home decor. A really good piece can bring together friends and family alike, allowing you at the very least, one conversation topic in which you are highly educated on. Now that we’ve sparked your interest, you need that conversation starter.
That’s where we come in.
Every once in a while The Bitchin’ Lifestyle Crew stumbles upon some really unique products. Some of them are entirely tacky and useless; while others are so awesome we just have to have them. Since we love to share, here is a list, courtesy of Bitchin’ Lifestyle, of cool decor for your home. You can thank us later.
Come In/Go Away Doormat
There are people who love having friends over, and others who hate it. Don’t worry, we don’t judge. But we do have a doormat for everyone. Those of you who want to be antisocial and aren’t interested in entertaining – here is a subtle way to get your point across. Those of you who want herds of people flocking into your home, this doormat is for you too! I know. Pretty awesome.
Depending on which way you place it, the doormat reads ‘Come In’ or even better, ‘Go Away.’ Either way, it’s a much trendier alternative to those tacky floral mats with birds and butterflies.
Post My Pillow
Sticky Notes are sooo last year and they never stick to what they should be sticking too. Luckily, someone thought of a more convenient method of note taking: Post My Pillow. Maybe you need to remind yourself to take a nap or to pick up some toilette paper after your nap – either way, if you’re too lazy to get off the couch for a pen and paper you can jot down whatever little reminder on the very pillow you were lounging on.
If you are tormented by night terrors but can’t remember them in the morning you can scribble key words to help remind you of your weird dream, making it all the easier at your weekly therapy sessions. Moving on. When you run out of room, just wash your pillow and start over… or get more pillows.
Punkstar Cuckoo Clock
Designed by Stefan Strumbel, this cuckoo clock isn’t of the grandmother variety – it might actually scare the bejesus out of them rather than help them tell the time. Using symbolism through detailed design elements, Strumbel’s clocks make a statement using graffiti, skulls, hand grenades, and bones.
There’s nothing old-school about these clocks – in fact, it is pop-art at its best. While some of Strumbel’s designs are vibrant in color, other designs are downright morbid, many designs including dead deer, blood, and bats. These killer cuckoo clocks aren’t for the faint of heart, but they will be the center of attention in any home.
Fish N’ Flush
Bathrooms are often a place of privacy. With the Fish N’ Flush, your bathroom break can be more entertaining. Developed by AquaOne designers, the toilet can house actual living fish.
Contrary to what the name of this toilet would imply, your fish friends won’t get sucked down when you flush, nor will you be fishing while flushing. The acrylic tanks are completely separate from the toilet tanks. If you’re an animal lover and don’t mind an audience while you urinate then this is the ultimate toilet for you.
That’s right, apple jackets. They’re little, they’re cute, and they’re for your apples. These little knitted sweaters were designed by Jacqueline Dufresne and come with a tiny green leaf and button in case the little bugger gets too cold in the refrigerator.
One size does usually fit all medium sized apples, unfortunately there are no plus sizes for overweight apples. Sorry. In any case, visitors will be inclined to ask you why you felt the need to dress your fruits, I trust you’ll have your own reasons for that.
If they had invented this product years ago, I’m fairly certain mothers all over the world would have nagged us all a little less. Why? Instead of throwing our clothes on the floor – which many of us still do today – wardrom encourages us to throw our belongings at it, rather than in random spots all over our bedrooms.
This beautiful mess was designed by Italian designers Valerio Ciampicacigli, Gabriel Berretta and Simone Bartolucci (also known as Paula) and although very cool in theory, you may want to avoid walking into it accidentally.
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