Man up your bricks and mortar with these ace homely essentials...
These 100 arty typographic postcards from the world-famous design studio House Industries will be totally worth the grease spots left behind by all the Blu-Tack you’ll be using to stick them up.
House Industries 100 postcards, $20, houseind.com
With this lo-fi, make-it-yourself smartphone projector, you can easily magnify last night’s drunken iPhone videos by eight times and beam them straight on to your wallpaper for group laughs and humiliation.
Smartphone projector, £15.95, luckies.co.uk
Newgate churns out horological classics – the sort you would expect ’60s detectives to be ogling as pub time ticked around on a Friday night.
Standard Newgate clock, £40, pedlars.co.uk
You’ll be turning back your clocks on 26 October, so do the same with your decor and get this retro classic hanging on your wall.
Flap black wall clock, £130, habitat.co.uk
Look at all those words bending that metal shelf. All that knowledge could be in your brain. You could be a genius!
Floating bookshelf, £39.95, dwell.co.uk
Look like you’ve salvaged these from the hull of the Titanic yourself, battling sea beasts and ghost sailors, all in the name of sitting room style.
Bulkhead lights, £145, pedlars.co.uk
Kit Cat Clocks helped pull America from the Great Depression in the 1930s with their rolling eyes and wagging tail. No wonder the cat’s got a grin on his face: for the last 50 years, one’s been sold globally every three minutes.
Kit Cat Clock, £49.99, firebox.com
Illustrator James Brown has worked with monster brands like Louis Vuitton and Levi’s. This ace print, detailing all the sea regions of the UK, is a very cool addition to your bare walls.
Viking by James Brown, £35, thecalmgallery.com
Bring a touch of hunter-gatherer to your living room without lifting a spear and inject a dose of much-needed manliness to your home.
Prices vary, hornybeasts.co.uk
Has your beloved two-wheeler suffered its final puncture? Ease through your bike bereavement and mount the handlebars in a lasting tribute to a fallen friend.
Check out bicycletaxidermy.com for more information
OK, so your girlfriend is not happy with those deathly deer antlers. Well, she won’t mind this arty moose head alternative drawn by illustrator Joe Wilson.
Moose print, £38, printclublondon.com
Cornishman Nick Fraser turns boring objects into functional slices of art. Get in on one of the UK’s most in-demand designers with this coat hanger.
Pipework coat rack, £85, heals.co.uk
Like the look of Professor Green’s giant neon artwork? Get your own scaled-down piece from the same company, God’s Own Junkyard.
Full range available in store from Selfridges, London
Nobody wants a pigeon in their front room, what with their scraggy feathers and impressive shitting accuracy. But a pigeon as a PVC light? We’re into it.
Pigeon light, £67, scp.co.uk