The collection includes BB-8, C-3PO and R2-D2 cocottes ($30 each or $90 for the set) and Death Star and Millennium Falcon trivets ($20 each). Williams Sonoma doesn’t have pre-orders available for the $900 Tattooine Dutch oven, unfortunately, but Le Creuset’s only offering four of those in the US, so it’ll likely sell those directly.
They’re coming to an IKEA near you!
Wireless blackout blinds IKEA calls FYRTUR are coming to America. The smart blinds include a remote control to allow you the first-world comfort of adjusting your ambient lighting from afar.
Growing your own food is one of life’s great pleasures—plus it’s good for you and for the environment. But in increasingly tight, urban homes, we don’t all have room for gardens. And hydroponic systems, as appealing as they may be, often appear to be a whole lot of hardware for only a bit of actual green. Some fresh arugula would be nice for dinner, but who wants giant plastic box taking up half their kitchen to get a few leaves?
These days frequent travelers often avoid the rental car counter. Rideshare and parking woes are the most common reasons given. But for some the angst of “learning” an unknown car can be a turn-off. Not to mention the grab bag selection process most rental agencies offer.
Audi wants to ease the stress.
Their rental service called Silvercar only offers (you guessed it) late-model Audis. Offering premium features you typically pay extra for, Silvercar is popular for several reasons. Now the service has been expanded and Audi owners can now take advantage of free rental offers.