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Felt Stone Area Rugs

By: on March 09, 2017
$135.87 - $2,119.57
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These felt stone area rugs and mats are an optical illusion! They look like a path of hard, smooth rocks, but are actually ultra-soft, textured rounds of merino sheep and llama wool. Oh man, now I'm torn. Should I put one of Martina Schuhmann's stone riverbed runners in the front hallway as an April Fool's joke for on my girlfriend, or stick with my original plan of proposing to her with a Moon Ring?

Austrian designed and master weaver Schuhmann has hand felt each of the stones in the rugs shown here, and in her Fluss Design Etsy shop. Individual pebbles have a foam core surrounded by 100% wool. All rugs are customizable in color, size, and type of wool.

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Glow Stones

Ambient Glow Technology's Glow Stones combine with concrete--they either mix in freestyle or nestle in methodically--to create everything from illuminated pathways to Fairyland to sculpted lawn ornaments to mood-setting...

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Jeep Adventure Tires

By: Jeep »

If you thought nothing could beat off-roading on the weekends, imagine this: off-roading on-road during your weekly commutes and leisurely drives around the 'burbs. Jeep Germany's new Adventure Tires, on sale starting...

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Stone Forest Natural Bathtub

Stone Forest calls their bathtub "Natural" for its raw design, a rugged just-rolled-down-the-mountain aesthetic, rather than the precision-cut and polished-to-cold-industrial-modernity one we might expect from this type...

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Lamp Plants

$85 - $145 from Etsy »

Where the Red Fern Glows...you'll find Mariana Folberg's Lamp Plants. The artist behind Mar de Fe designs took inspiration from the rain forest to construct a thriving pot of green-lit leaves. Add one of the lamps to...

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The Abyss Table

$9,960 from Duffy London »

I don't know if falling onto Duffy London's forthcoming oceanic cross-section coffee table will send you into The Abyss, but I can almost guarantee running into it will stub all of your toes and bloody your entire leg...

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The Rock Restaurant Zanzibar

Well, The Rock restaurant proves Zanzibar has at least one thing going for it besides its say-a-licious name. Zanzibar, Zanzibar. Have a Zanzibari dinner in Zanzibar. I think I'll rename my girlfriend's cat Zanzibar....

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Erasmus Darwin's Steam-Cerebrum Skull

$53.99 from Apollo »

The Erasmus Darwin's Steam-Cerebrum Skull wishes all you Frobisher Brophys, Inquisitor Victor Lippetts, and Prof. Dr. Elias Claver, Esquires out there a Happy Neo-Victorian Halloween! A full 360 degrees of eye(socket)-catching...

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The Meteorite Pen

$399 - $449 from B. Smith & Co. »

What's this strange thing from outer space, you ask? It's called a pen. Humans used to use them to communicate in writing before there were computer keyboards and touchscreens. And this particular pen, the Meteorite Pen...

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The Grypmat

$30 - $70 from Grypshon Industries »

I hate it when my tools keep sliding off the nose of the F-16 fighter jet I'm working on! Tom Burden, a mechanic in the US Air Force, developed the Grypmat because that lucky SOB actually had this problem. Maybe you do...

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SteakStones

$106.47 - $152.13 from Steakstones »

SteakStones are really just a way for people who are lazy or lousy cooks to host a dinner party without going to too much trouble or F'ing everything up. That being said, SteakStones still look awesomely rad and radly...

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Chris Maynard Feather Art

Chris Maynard's father was an eye surgeon. Chris inherited his manual dexterity. His precision. His patience. He also inherited his father's tools. But instead of becoming an ophthalmologist, he decided to use them to...

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Metamorphic Rock Naturally Insulating Cup

$55 from Kickstarter »

The Stone Cup is kind of the cellar of drinking vessels. Thanks to its composition of metamorphic rock born deep beneath the earth's surface, the cup has mad, and all-natural, insulating skills. Both for cold drinks...