More and more homes are coming equipped with secret rooms and passageways. Check out these amazing homemade hideaways.
Think back to original Batman TV series — Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson flip the hidden switch, the bookcase shifts to reveal the Batpoles leading down to the Batcave, and Bruce and Dick slide down to get into their gear and fight crime. Alright, you’re not looking to foil the Joker or Riddler, you just want a quiet place to read a book. Continue reading
According to Time, one of spring’s most expensive listings is a $33.5 million home in Dallas, Texas. The 4 bedroom and 8.5 bathroom beauty is legendary product of architect Robert A.M. Stern.
The people at Verge.com recently used PRIMA Cinema to watch the latest big movie release, Fast and the Furious 7, and the details of the country’s truly first home theater system are unbelievable.
Looking to grace your abode with wares that brings with them their own stories and histories? Antique furniture is undeniably the best way to go (sorry, Ikea). Continue reading
Deli meat tastes best after a fresh slice. Imagine being able to slice your own meats, breads and random other household items you wonder “would this go through a meat slicer?”
The Universal Cutter from Poggenohl.
“Food keeps its freshness and flavor far longer if it’s only cut into when needed. And this universal cutter lives up to its name – it cuts everything. Not just bread, fruit and vegetables, but all food products. Poggenpohl’s universal cutter is a genuine all-rounder which can be integrated in the drawer system or attached to a swivel fitting.”
If only all the appliances could be hidden in drawers with the massive amounts of cured meats.