You feeling caffeinated, punk? Well, you could, if you blasted your coffee cup with this surprisingly well-thought-out espresso gun concept.
Electrolux is well known for their wild kitchen and home concept designs, even if I had to use Google just now to figure out what they actually do in real life. Their latest fantasies show a series of kitchen products that "consider sustainability and culture based on existing technology."
This looks like a normal kitchen island most of the time, but with a few taps of an iPhone touchscreen, it retracts into the floor. Welcome to the questionable future!
When you spend so much time with electronic devices and doodads, using a non-electronic object can feel sort of...weird. So why not make it feel more like what you're used to?
It's a universal problem I'm sure we've all struggled with: dunking Oreos in milk can get the tips of your fingers wet. Oh, cruel fate, why do you torment us so?! Luckily, there's a new product out there to end years of heartbreak: the Dipr.
Sure, you probably don't decorate too many cakes. But it's not because you don't want to decorate cakes, it's just because it's kind of a pain and you aren't great at it. But if you had an Automatic Cake Decorator? Well then, you'd surely decorate at least twice as many cakes as you do now.
Anyone who cooks knows that many recipes call for a precise amount of water. Normally that means busting out the measuring cup, but with this slick faucet that chore is history....
Water-filtering pitchers such as Brita Pitchers have become all the rage over the past few years, as they're a relatively inexpensive way to filter the crap out of your tap water. But is there an even better way to filter your water? Maybe!
What if you could carry your dishwasher like a briefcase? Or if your fridge was mounted on the outside of your home? How about a dishwasher you stick in the mud? It all sounds pretty crazy, but these four designers...
I don't spend much time standing in front of my refrigerator. But you know what? When I am, I'm certainly not being entertained. the R&R Refrigerator 2 fixes that.