Coasters

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Floppy Disk Coasters

We cannot, for the life of us, remember the last time we held a floppy disk in our hands. The little black plastic disks were fun to take apart and hang from the rear view in the car, but they haven't been much use since CDs and the Internet. What they are good at though is looking cool/retro/vintage and that's where ... continue reading
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Concrete Coaster

Concrete is cool. Coasters are just good manners. Combining the two is obvious, but this particular coaster goes one step further because the cement has enough non-toxic recycled ash in it to make the coaster water absorbent. Most coasters prevent your cold one from leaving a ring (that’s kind of the point), but ... continue reading
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MeUndies – 20% Off Your First Purchase SPONSORED

MeUndies doesn’t just make the world’s most comfortable underwear. The LA brand, which offers the highest quality underwear and basic apparel money can buy, sells happiness — and the proof is in the stitching.  Made with 100% natural Modal harvested from the Austrian Beechtree, the manufacturing process is completely CO2 neutral and produces a softer than silk yet supportive and perfectly fitting pair of underwear that’ll never ride up and will always keep its shape. Give them a try and get 20% off your first purchase and free shipping in the US and Canada. Not impressed? MeUndies offers a full refund and even lets you keep your first pair. ... check it out
$20 buy
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Bar Games Coasters

If you didn’t want social interaction when you were out at the bar, you’d drink alone at home. Talking about sports, or the weather or traffic over a cold one is just as much of an American pastime as baseball itself. Eventually you’re going to run out of things to talk about and that’s where Bar Game Coasters ... continue reading
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Reusable Paper Coasters

Coffee mug and beer bottle stains are for immature slobs. We want our pad to look presentable and that includes keeping the coffee table in front of our TV in good shape. This doesn’t mean you have to use boring coasters from Bed, Bath and Beyond, however. These Reusable Paper Coasters are both fun and informative. ... continue reading
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Round Concrete Coasters

Forget using lace doilies or cheap bar coasters, these table-savers are made from a special concrete mix. They’re extremely smooth and feature a cork bottom to provide extra protection for your coffee table. Each is cast and burnished by hand and finished with two coats of carnauba wax. What results are distinctively ... continue reading
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Hexagon Concrete Coasters

Forget using lace doilies or cheap bar coasters, these table-savers are made from a special concrete mix. The hexagonal pattern helps keep condensation from pooling at the bottom of your glass and the cork bottom provides extra protection for your coffee table. Each is cast and burnished by hand and finished with two ... continue reading
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Record Label Coasters

Buying new furniture is expensive (even IKEA adds up), so protect the stuff you already have by listening to what your mom told you all those years ago and using a coaster. The protective barrier between your beer and your table doesn't have to be a piece of flimsy cardboard or glass, it can also be mean vinyl. In ... continue reading
$22 buy MORE: Drink, Home, Music, Beer, Coasters, Music.
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The Big Lebowski Coasters

Here's a common problem:  You're throwing a party and wearing your favorite oversized sweater when you go to carefully rest your White Russian on the coffee table and realize you don't have any coasters!  Major bummer.  Don't let this mistake happen to you at your next soiree by picking up a set of The Big Lebowski ... continue reading
$12 buy MORE: Drink, Home, Coasters.
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Palette Coasters

Currently our coaster collection consists of some cheap beer logo cardboard discs that, to be honest, we’re not completely sure how we acquired.  Needless to say we’re ready for an upgrade and, maybe in the spirit of our first job hauling stuff off stackable palettes in the back of some crappy mall, we have a ... continue reading
$21 buy MORE: Drink, Home, Coasters.
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Girls Can Tell Coasters

To be honest, the last time we paid any attention to a diagram was in health class... you know the one. Sure, diagrams can generally be pretty boring, but it really depends on the context. Philadelphian artist Sara Selepouchin creates coasters featuring complex diagrams of everything from machines to vital organs... ... continue reading
$16 buy MORE: Drink, Home, Coasters.
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Bicycle Wheel Coasters

If your love of bicycles goes beyond the occasional ride through town to the point where it's really the wheels, spokes and gears themselves that get your motor running (or your pedals turning we suppose) then we've got a decorating tip: replace anything round in your pad with bicycle related stuff. Starting with these ... continue reading
$25 buy MORE: Bikes, Drink, Home, Beer, Coasters, Wine.
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Psycho Diagnostik Coasters

The next time you bring home a date and want to find out if she's already planning your future, then you're going to have to analyze her. Of course you don't want to pull out a pad of paper and start jotting down notes on her behaviour—that would be too obvious. Just have a drink and use the much more subtle Psycho ... continue reading
$15 buy MORE: Food & Drink, Home, Coasters.
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Shuriken Coasters

What do ninja's do with their throwing stars when they're not flinging them into the skulls of their enemies? Why they use them as nifty coasters of course. Seriously, do you know how hard it is to get saki stains out of an authentic bamboo coffee table? Shuriken Coasters come in a set of 9, each with a unique shape; ... continue reading
$38 buy MORE: Accessories, Home, Coasters.
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International Beer Coasters Table

Beer tastes great in any language, whether it's your local brew or a unique import. If you've got a taste for something different in terms of beer and furnishings you'll love this Custom made International Beer Coasters Table. Made from solid beachwood and covered in dozens of awesome beer coasters it really adds pizazz ... continue reading
$200 buy MORE: Furniture, Home, Beer, Coasters.