If you're lucky enough to have a thousand or so bottles of good wine laying around, then you probably also have the cash to drop on this monster. GE's Monogram Walk-In Wine Vault ($35,000) offers the sophisticated collector a stainless steel self-contained wine cellar with moisture-resistant redwood racks, advanced cooling technology, and an electronic inventory-management system that uses a barcode scanner, a 15-inch touch-screen and software to let you search by producer, country, appellation, varietals, vintage, maturity, price, and more.
If your stuff always ends up being scattered throughout the house, it might be time to invest in something like this. Made of birch veneer with an espresso finish, this large valet ($100) will keep your essentials organized and right where you can find them. It's got compartments for a cell phone, PDA, sunglasses, pens, watch and loose change, as well as two drawers lined with brown faux-suede for cuff links and other junk.
We're torn trying to decide if this thing is lame or just a really great idea that plays to our geek side. Anthro's eNook ($400) is a new wall-mounted workstation that gives you a place to store and easily access your laptop and all of your gadgets. It's got a handy flip-down door that turns into the main workspace, power outlets for charging devices, and is available in maple, cherry and white finishes.