Hiku shopping list might not be a necessary household item, but for anyone with less than perfect organization skills or a shady memory when it comes to replacing household items, Hiku is a pretty useful gadget for the home. Basically, whenever an item needs replacement, whether it be toilet paper or deodorant, scan the barcode using Hiku and the item will be added to your smartphone’s shopping list. Hiku also recognizes your voice so you can verbally add items to your list as well. It contains one user-friendly button and a magnetized back, allowing it to be set up on the fridge for easy access. As long as Hiku is in your kitchen, you’ll never be able to use the famous “I left the grocery list at home!” excuse.
There is something dreamlike about New York City’s skyline and this open window wall decal says it all. To evoke a modern urban look in your home without damaging your walls, stick this realistic NYC decal on a wall and pretend you live atop the Big Apple.
Ever wonder how you could enjoy the malt scents of a fresh beer? This juicy pale ale beer candle is your answer. It’s made with natural soy wax and can burn up to 60 hours, that’s 60 hours of delicious citrus scent. And the best part is that you can use the container as a 12oz beer can style glass once the candle dies forever.
Luckies of London’s scratch world map is a creative and fun way of keeping track of all the countries you’ve had the luxury of visiting. The more you’ve travelled, the more colorful the map becomes. Asides from being the coolest personalized world map that we’ve seen so far, it’s also a cool gift for a traveller.
Anyone with a knack for vintage or antique furniture will truly appreciate this Furniture Bible book. This useful furniture restoration guide will teach you how to preserve and repair furniture like a pro. It even includes DIY recipes for varnishes, waxes, and other concoctions.