Have you ever come up with a million dollar idea, only to have it fizzle after a while? These products take some of those ideas and make them a reality. Whether it be a cat hammock, credit card pop-up LED bulb, or even a hands-free umbrella, these products aim to please. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a not so subtle fluffy white dog.
Beach houses are nothing new, but House of the Infinite located in Cadiz, Spain delivers infinite views of the Atlantic Ocean that can be enjoyed from just about anywhere on the property. Spanning 900 square meters, it boasts a facade built from Roman travertine stone that complements the surrounding sandy beaches. What sets this home apart from the others is its completely open rooftop space, complete with a swimming pool. Continue reading for more.
Called the "River House", this tiny little cottage is located on the Drina River in Serbia, and was originally built over 45 years ago. It's situated upon a rock in the middle of the river, and became famous when a few short years ago when National Geographic published the amazing photo seen above (top). Continue reading to see what the house looks like during bad weather.
Some very early tables were made and used by the Egyptians, and were little more than stone platforms used to keep objects off the floor. They were not used for seating people. Food and drinks were usually put on large plates deposed on a pedestal for eating. The Egyptians made use of various small tables and elevated playing boards. The Chinese also created very early tables in order to pursue the arts of writing and painting. They've evolved into what you see above, which contains a real log. Continue reading for more.
We've all have had crazy ideas in which we wished could become a reality, whether it be something adventurous like backpacking through Europe or building your own supercar. This guy came up with something right in the middle and decided to act upon it, starting things off by purchasing a small trailer that would become the base for everything. Continue reading to see the entire build process from start to finish.
Some homeowners prefer opulent mansions, while others don't mind a small apartment in the city center, but very few opt for a 133-square-foot home. Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller chose the latter, building a 7-by-19-foot wooden house whose foundation is a two-axle trailer bed. The house is supplied with electricity from solar panels and features a composting toilet. One caveat, water is trucked in by the jug, since the land has no well yet. There's also a two-burner alcohol stove for the kitchen, a propane-fueled stove to provide heat, and a sun-heated camp-style shower for bathing. Continue reading to see the entire build process from start to finish.
From all angles, this looks like a real rustic wood cabin in the woods, but it's actually a clever illusion, or a basement to be exact. That's right, Reddit user Kelhans wanted to combine his love of hunting and man caves, so he decided to spend $107 on materials to create the awesome relaxing space you see above. Continue reading for the entire build process and more information.
Would you trade in a mansion for something smaller and more practical? If so, you'd be just like these people. The minimalist cabin home above was designed by FAM Architekti and Feilden+Mawson, situated on a plot of land just outside of Prague. Clade in timber, there are small slits that allow plenty of natural light to shine in. Insider, there's a loft-style room upstairs, a kitchen, and concrete floors throughout the property. Continue reading for more.
Sometimes, you just want to enjoy some the great outdoors, but also bring some of the luxuries from home with you, like a hot tub. Introducing the Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub, which measures in at 24 inches high with a 60-inch diameter. It holds approx. 225 gallons of water, and the stainless steel coil on the outside of the tub is powered by either firewood or propane, and can heat up to 100 gallons of water heated to 100°F in 1-hour. Continue reading for more.
First unveiled in 2011, the BMW 328 Hommage combines elegant retro design with a modern sports car materials. Inspired by the original 328, this 2-seater boasts a carbon fiber reinforced plastic chassis, which helps keep the curb weight at just 1,720 pounds. Under the hood, you'll find a 3.0L V6 engine which pumps out 322hp and 332 lb-ft of torque. Continue reading for more images, another video and additional information.