Handmade in London using the best British-made materials, the Harrison Oven would look at home in a modern home or an 18th century remodel. You won't find any built-in timers, convection systems, or other gadgetry here — in fact, the oven doesn't even hook to electricity. Instead it relies on solid fuels like charcoal and wood and a prominent front-facing thermometer to get the job done, imparting your food with delicious flavor, and capable of handling temps over 650 degrees, and able to be mounted into a wall or stand on its own, with or without the optional base unit.
Combining the benefits of home gardening with the straightforward instructions the company is famous for, the Ikea Indoor Garden makes growing your own food as simple as putting together a new Lack side table. Called the Krydda/Vaxer, the hydroponic kit includes seeds that you place in absorbent plugs to get them started, crushed pumice stone for replanting once they sprout, a planting tray with a built-in water level sensor to keep you from overwatering, and a solar lamp to keep them growing even if sunlight is scarce.