We’ve seen dinosaur lamps before, but these are a little more realistic than previous versions. I mean, I don’t see any feathers or whatever the hell the current theory is, but I’m pretty sure they didn’t look like this. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]
Imagine how your life would be different if this Harry Potter room was part of your childhood. It’s certainly better than the alternative for young wizards. I mean, a cupboard under the stairs would probably mess you up (unless it’s something like this).
Awesome parents Kaycee and Casey Daniel went all out with the project, hiring artist Nate Baranowski to get all the details just right. Kaycee writes on Facebook:
Our Harry Potter Nursery is finally complete after several months of planning! I absolutely love the way everything turned out! As I sit here rocking our little man to sleep it’s like I am in Hogwarts!
Check out more pics from Kristi Lee Photography below. [click to continue…]
PoshTots is now offering this headboard so that a T-Rex can hover over your kid all night and inspire nightmares of becoming dino dinner.
Created by artist and craftsman Jason Hulfish, the headboard reportedly fits any standard twin bed frame and offers precise handmade details that “must be seen in person to be believed”.
In addition, it comes with a hefty price tag, ensuring screams of terror for adults as well.
T-Rex Headboard ($1,560)
One of the things I like best about fairy gardens is that you can create them in any sized space. Whether you’re an apartment dweller like I am with a tiny balcony or you have sprawling acres, it all depends on your imagination and budget.
These fairy garden doors and tea-light holder by Etsy seller Hidden Worlds are perfect for transporting you into the land of the Fae.
Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
It’s always a good day when we get to show off a new piece by Tom Spina Designs. This coffee table goes out to all the Boba Fett fans out there—especially the ones who believe the Baddest Bounty Hunter in the galaxy made it out of the Sarlacc Pit alive.
This glass-topped table features a cutaway of the Pit Of Karkoon where Fett struggles to get out of the Sarlacc’s mouth and save himself from 1000 years of slow, torturous digestion.
Or it could be him falling back in. I’ll let you decide. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
For my money, the best dragon out there is Toothless from “How to Train Your Dragon.” If you’re also a Toothless fan, then you’re going to love the latest episode from Super-Fan Builds. The crew actually made a Toothless-themed couch! See it come together in the video below. [click to continue…]
Of course you can! Duh! This is Star Wars we’re talking about here. If you can dream it, it probably already exits. Now you can cross “Stormtrooper fence for my yard” off your wish list.
There isn’t much in terms of details at the moment, but we do know that a 2-pack will set you back $17.99. So it’s probably not a very good fence. Plastic and decorative most likely. The kind of thing that you would put up for a party.
Then again, your garden could use a little protection—but I wouldn’t trust a Stormtrooper with the job to be honest.
Star Wars Stormtrooper Fence 2-Pack ($17.99)
It’s finally happened.
We thought we saw every possible way to wear a Star Trek: TNG uniform, but I’ll admit that I didn’t expect my bed to get in on the action.
This Star Trek The Next Generation Bedding Set will let you tumble out of bed in the morning, completely relaxed and ready for that first cup of coffee or tea, Earl Grey, hot. The fitted sheet features a Delta Shield pattern, and the four solid Rank Pips printed on one side of the pillowcases declare you a Captain. The duvet cover, red, naturally, because you’re Command, has a Communicator Badge printed on it.
The set is available in Twin XL, Queen, or King sizes. Check out an additional pic below. [click to continue…]
Now you can illuminate your garden at night with this solar powered LED Cheshire Cat statue. It’s sure to scare of any rabbits that try to make off with your carefully tended garden growths.
Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Steve Dobbs may be a 68-year-old grandfather, but really he’s just a big kid at heart. Dobbs built what he calls “Dobbsland” for his grandkids in the backyard of his Fullerton, California home.
Being that he has a background in aerospace engineering, Dobbs was able to build all sorts of fun attractions on his own, including a mini-rollercoaster!
Take a closer look at his creation in the video below. [click to continue…]