10 Handsome Bar Carts So You Can Drink in Style

The Coleman Bar Cart by Greta de Parry Limited to just 20 pieces, this luxurious and hand-built bar cart is the kind of piece that would look just as at home in a posh and modern loft as it would in a vintage-obsessed man cave. It might not roll, but how many people actually move their bar carts around regularly? ($899) see more

10 Amazing Pieces From the Salone del Mobile Design Fair

If you're a design lover, there's a lot to get excited about this week. Milan's Salone del Mobile is both the largest fair in the world (this year, more than 2,000 vendors will show furniture, lighting, and homewares) and the unofficial launch of design season. While the show, which started yesterday and will close on Sunday, doesn't open to the public until this weekend, we've brought you a preview of some of the pieces we're already fantasizing about having in our homes. see more

Robots Will Soon Make You the Dinner of Your Dreams

Martha Stewart beware: R2-D2 is gunning for the title of domestic goddess. Possibly, thanks to recent breakthroughs in the science of robotics, which allows mechanical hands to execute more detailed, dexterous tasks like stirring, picking up bottles and pouring, and turning those pesky little knobs that control your stove burners. Typically, it's been difficult to get robotic hands to deftly handle such chores with agility, but new advancements could make this a reality in the near future, reports Factor. These maneuvers require a lot of moving pieces—20 motors, 24 joints, and 129 sensors, to be exact—which explains why we see more

People Are Already Trolling Hillary's Campaign Logo, Because Politics

It's been only one day since Hillary Clinton announced she was running for president, and people are already taking jabs at her campaign logo. In fact, it didn't take long before our friends at Mic noticed political observers (read: salty types with Twitter accounts and axes in desperate need of grinding) comparing the blue H with a red arrow running through it to everything from a hospital sign to something created in Microsoft Paint. see more

Home Tour: Inside the Ultimate Getaway Cabin

This isn't a Lincoln Logs-style cabin. It's made from locally sourced and sustainable materials with a look that blends modern and classic together impeccably. Here's a tour of the modern man's cabin, courtesy of Hudson Woods and Lang Architecture. • • • see more

This Brilliant Stationery Store Is Turning Anti-Gay Flyers Into Confetti for Gay Weddings

Irish eyes are smiling in favor of marriage equality. see more

Here's What We Know About Tesla's New $75K Car

No one said saving the environment would be easy. Or cheap. At least that's the takeaway from the introduction of a new entry-level model of Tesla that was revealed to CNN today. Called the S 70D, the latest addition costs a whopping $75K, which is just slightly pricier than the company's previous starter, the Model S. The S 70D will be an "all-wheel-drive electric car with a 0-to-60 time of 5.2 seconds and a 240-mile range at 65 mph," according to Tesla's site. "In addition to having independently operational front and rear motors, the 70D includes Supercharging to enable see more

Traffic-Addled Artist Posts "No Kardashian Parking" Signs Throughout L.A.

The designers at Givenchy and Balmain might welcome the Kardashians with open arms, but one Los Angeles man just wants them to go away. see more

Apple Debuts New T-shirts Because Apple Watch Is Coming

Just don't call it a makeover. Apple employees have been issued new T-shirts to coincide with the April 24 release of Apple Watch, according to all-things-Apple website MacRumors (via Racked). The new shirt comes in a darker shade of blue—let's just call it navy—a far cry from the more bombastic shade (somewhere between royal and Dodger blue) that they're currently wearing. On the front of the crewneck T-shirt there is a small marking of the brand's signature logo, an apple with a bite taken out of it. Current head of retail (and former CEO of British luxury label Burberry) Angela see more

Your Favorite TV Show Looks Way Cooler as a VHS Tape

Like pretty much every generation, we are transfixed with the past. And in the era of cultural mashups, there's nothing we like better than the collision of old and new. In a savvy meeting of those two opposing forces, online British magazine Huh unearthed an art project that recasts modern films and television shows as throwback VHS tape covers. Inspired by the Michel Gondry film Be Kind Rewind, the results (created by an anonymous artist/designer who goes by Stan) are both heartwarmingly quaint and culturally plugged-in. Take a look at the designs below. see more
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