Art work or ergonomic masterpiece?
Every week, we yearn for the household products we want in our homes now. This week: some new color-matched smokeless fire pits, French dispatch coffee, etc.
Are you eager to have your own garden and eat your own plants? Well, due to AeroGarden Harvest Elite, this day may be earlier than you think. AeroGarden allows you to build your dream garden without sunlight and soil. The 6-Pod Harvest Elite garden has advanced features such as digital display and holiday mode, so even if you skip the town, your plants can continue to thrive. Using energy-saving LED plant growth lights, you will find that plants germinate within a few days and provide green plants that you can enjoy for months. In addition, the system is available in three colors, so you can easily match it with your home decor. Fresh herbs and vegetables can be grown at any time of the year-even in small apartments with the darkest light.
In 1965, architect and furniture designer Arne Jacobsen designed the Oxford chair for a professor at St. Catherine's College, Oxford University. The design of the work chair is both beautiful and comfortable, and it can sit for a long time. This is basically the reason why everyone is looking for an office chair today. This can explain why Fritz Hansen reintroduced the Oxford chair with some modern upgrades. The backrest of the new Oxford chair has two options of low or high, as well as an upgraded tilt mechanism, adjustable seat height, and tilted armrests, so the chair can be placed under the table, and there are many interior decoration options to meet everyone's taste.
Solo Stove is known for its smokeless fire pit, which is both effective and attractive. Although they were only made of stainless steel in the past, fire pits are now available in five modern colors inspired by the following elements: ashes, clay, sand, soil, and water. The Elemental Color series fire pit is now accepting pre-orders and is expected to ship later this year. Order now and save up to 20%.
Brightland, the brand behind some of the best olive oil and vinegar in the game, has teamed up with sustainable tablecloth brand Atelier Saucier to launch two limited edition tea towels, both made from recycled materials. The first tea towel is made of 50% cotton and 50% hemp; the second tea towel is 100% cotton. Use these to wipe off spills, dry hands, or anything else that might happen in the kitchen.
Since the introduction of truffle-infused hot sauce, truffles have made considerable progress. It entered the spaghetti sauce and mayonnaise market, and now it wants to make pizza for you. Truff is working with delivery service Gopuff to make three types of pizzas—Ricotta and Mushroom; bacon, macaroni, and cheese; and broccoli sausage—available for delivery in some cities in the United States. All three pies are topped with Truff’s signature hot sauce and can be ordered before November 18. If the pizza link does not open, you may not be in the delivery area.
Your grocery store boxed cake mix has no content on The Caker. (Sorry, Betty Crocker.) Jordan Rondel, the founder of The Caker, has made some of the best cake mixes you can find, and their flavors dwarf the vanilla pound cake. Its latest cake mix is made by entrepreneur Tezza Barton and has a coconut raspberry lime leaf flavor. The mix is vegan, you just need to add milk (it's up to you if it comes from cows), oil or butter, raspberries and an 8-inch cake pan. The mix also has a photo background, because once this thing comes out of the oven, you will want to take a picture of it.
Welcome to the best preserves you have ever eaten. V Smiley Preserves makes preserves on her farm in New Haven, Vermont. Everything is local: honey is transported from a place near the farm, her partner Amy grows spices, and fruit is transported directly from afar. It's not just strawberry jam. V Smiley Preserves freely match food, this is the best. Try everything from peach Bulgarian pepper tomato honey jam to raspberry red currant geranium honey jam. It's hard to explain how good jam is, so you have to believe me and buy one (or more) jars for yourself.
Wes Anderson (Wes Anderson) is back with his new film "French Express", the release of the film hyped some highly collectible goods. You can get a French Dispatch magazine from Casa Magazines in New York City, or you can buy a bag of coffee, French Roast, made by the recently created coffee brand Flying Coffee. Colombian coffee beans can be traced back to the time when French roasted coffee beans were the type of coffee nerd liked by every coffee nerd. This kind of coffee beans is no longer favored by lightly roasted coffee beans with a sweet, fruity taste. The French roast has a smoky flavor with a hint of chocolate and nuts. This is the kind of coffee you want French Express reporters to drink black coffee. Its coffee stains their notebooks, even though it works very well with milk and sugar.