Ditch The Path…

Its hard in life to venture out of your comfort zone. Trust me, I know. Its scary to try something new, even if its our biggest dream to accomplish. Putting your self out there means being vulnerable to the world, naked and exposed, raw to the point of emotional frostbite. All in the pursuit of something we swear in that moment isn’t worth all of this fear and anxiety. It’s too much, too fast, too hard. Sometimes that leads us intoRead more

Scope Emmas Like A Big Kahuna

Has this ever happened to you? You wake fresh, grab your board, hit the beach and look out at nothin’ but Ankle Snappers (or Breakers for the Easties). Or worse, the good surf is so blown out and brutal that gnarly doesn’t even describe the half of it. Dont be a baller, be a coolaphonic crusher while waiting for the next bomb – all while staying true to your crew. Bombwatcher Surfboard Chairs are the worlds first ever Fold-to-Flat surfboard styled chairs thatRead more

Opening Pesky Plastic Packaging With Ease

Although we know that scissors do wonders, who knew the can opener could be so handy? Given we almost indirectly slit our wrist trying to open the packaging of our upholstery staple gun, silicone basting brushes and a myriad of other kitchen items, this is DEFINITELY our go-to when opening that insanely sharp fitted plastic packaging. Can Openers = Genius! If what’s good for the can, is also good for the plastic then is there nothing this little wonder can’t do? SoRead more

Chalk Up An Old Mirror

The coolest thing about items that you already have in your home is that regardless of what they are, there will always be a secondary use for them. ALWAYS. Case in point is our 10 year old cheap IKEA mirror. For years it was pitifully sitting in the guest room corner doing it’s best to look useful yet failing miserably. As was the random skinny sliver of empty wall in the dining room that never seemed to be wide enoughRead more

The House That Scrap Built

When it comes to storage units, anything goes. Whether it’s brick and mortar, sheet metal or even a set of old French Doors, you can have a structure set in no time, without the need to measure or cut a thing. Take this lovely little shack. Looks nice & cozy, doesn’t it? Put together in 15 mins, it’s entirely made out of old repurposed doors, simple screws, nails and a few hammer swings. Even the roof is courtesy of anRead more

Get X-Ray Vision with Hugh Turvey

What started out at a small favor for friend turned into an entirely new collection for famed photographer / designer / art director, Hugh Turvey. Needing an image for an album cover, Turvey’s task was simple – photograph a skull via X-ray.  What happens next is the launching of Turvey’s new career as well as a new perspective on everyday objects.Now 41, Turvey has long been fascinated with getting underneath the surface of things. He said: “I’m driven by myRead more