Like non-dorky Christmas songs, Christmas ornaments can be a dicey pursuit. You want something that is both festive and cool yet something that is reflective of your own personal style. It’s a challenge. Continue reading “Artsy Christmas Ornaments From Shinola & WorkOf”
Candles are great gifts but you don’t want to be that person who always gifts candles. So you’ve gotten people affordable candles, gay smelling candles, and even gassy candles: you need to branch out in your candle gifts. What kind of candle do you gift next? Continue reading “Some Non-Shitty Novelty Candles That You Should Gift”
There are twenty five days until Christmas which means I am hunting for shit online. There’s so much good stuff to gift! An idea: give something artsy. Continue reading “Glassware For The Entire Family”
If you go to someone’s apartment or home or shop and are like “Damn, this place looks good.” and you like it so much that you recreate your own space to look exactly like it, is that wrong? Continue reading “Can You Copyright Interiors?”
You know when you go to a gas station and you are like “Damn: what is that good smelling stuff?” and then you feel guilty and like a sniff happy transient because you are indulging in gasoline fumes? It’s a good sensation. No, not the buzz: that smell. My nasal capabilities is my defining sense and I can assure you that gas smell is a good smell. I would smell it all the time if I was ensured that I would not be brain damaged as a result. Continue reading “Gimme That Gasoline Smell”
If you aren’t digging into digital gay mag Fellow Resident, you’re behind on the online times, dude. The London based web-mag is dedicated to sharing the stories about how the modern gay man lives. It’s pretty great!
In the new issue of Dwell, the one thing that caught the eye was a fucking weirdo art light from France that I am pretty sure embodies me as a person. It’s by a sweet, cute ginger designer named Ferréol Babin. It’s called Aurore and I would like you all to gaze at it.
A home is not complete without a scent, which means your home needs a candle. There are two obvious directions to head into, either the bargain back corner of a TJ Maxx or the over a hundred dollar zone occupied by brands like Diptyque and Acqua De Parma. The mid section can be dicey. You have candles from people like Voluspa and Archipelago that, while great, are too common to be considered unique for your household. So where do you go for a candle that isn’t going to leave you unable to afford your home? I have five suggestions for you, all of which have their best offerings under fifty dollars. Continue reading “Five Great Candles Under Fifty Dollars”