Need to hook your house key to something other than a keyring? Grab yourself a Keybrid Carabiner Key ($TBA). This unique item is completely functional, letting you clip it onto shoelaces, belt loops, and a whole host of other loop-like stuff, in addition to keychains and keyrings. Arrives blank, so plan on making a trip to the hardware store before use.
Lawn-mowing season is upon us, and if you'd rather not spend your free time this summer keeping your yard in check, let the LawnBott SpyderEvo ($1,725) do it for you. This semi-automatic mower uses perimeter wire and internal sensors to handle pretty much any yard up to 10,000 sq. ft., automatically recharges itself using the optional docking station, offers four-wheel drive to manage slopes up to 27 degrees, is virtually silent, and runs up to 3.5 hours a time on a single charge of its Li-ion battery.
Having trouble deciding where to put your outdoor lighting? How about inside your outdoor furniture? Chester Lit Outdoor Furniture ($800-$1,250) lets you do exactly that, by providing an opening on the bottom for the insertion of included light fixtures, adding a soft glow to the classic tufted, rounded Chesterfield design.
Tired of your pedestrian doorknobs? Make each entry an event with ModKnobs ($95-$125). These modern, round knobs come in a variety of finishes — including the vulcanized rubber Puck, PaperStone Matte, Oak, and Walnut — and in traditional or off-center Pivot styles. While they may not work all that well in more traditional settings, they'll do wonders for any contemporary/modern interior, giving your home one more little "finishing touch".
Add a touch of natural flair to your environment without messing up your carefully curated modern life with the Fire Pillar ($280). Made from carbon steel and tempered glass and available in chrome, black, or white finishes, this 40-inch tall cylinder is topped by a fuel-powered flame that's easy to light and lasts for up to 2.5 hours, giving you a nice glowing ambiance indoors or out.