Robot vacuums are a great match for those with busy lifestyles and pets. With two furry cats and allergies, vacuuming once a week just doesn’t suffice. When we saw Pure Clean robot vacuum cleaner at $79, we were immediately intrigued. There are not many robot vacuums at under $100. Whether you’ve got tile floors, wood floors or carpeted, this little robotic cleaning machine will work its way throughout your home, sucking up all that fur and other guck along the way. Simply select a level of cleaning — 10, 20, or 90 minutes — depending on how filthy your floors are (or how many pets you have!) and how large your home is and you’re all set. The easiest and most affordable way to return home to spotless floors on the daily.
Decorative lighting is probably the best kind of lighting. This wireless and sign marquee light (okay fine, AMPERSAND) is pretty wicked. Hang it on a wall, prop it up on a shelf or a bookcase, and you’ve got yourself some vintage marquee lighting.
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.
AquaDance’s luxurious easy-to-install shower head will have you feeling like you’re showering in a tropical rain forest everyday. The Drencher has three cool settings to choose from: cascading waterfall, drenching rainfall, or a mix of both. The waterfall setting will transform your shower into a relaxation sanctuary.
In case you haven’t noticed yet, decorative household commodities are our favorite and this LED word clock just happens to fit right into the category. While it’s better at being cool than it is at telling the time precisely, the overall design and concept is quite original for what it is.