Living in an age of awesome tech innovation makes it easy to forget that nature puts out awesome stuff too, like pollen, and cicadas, and...man, thank God for technology. Making nature cooler by making it tech: BlackGizmo
A new Estonian concern turning out tech-tastic household goods made-to-order almost exclusively out of wood, BG describes their efforts simply as "real wood, real feeling", though given their limited grasp of English that could mean any number of things. A room-by-room breakdown
Bedroom: Add some lighting from their abundant selection of minimalist lamp-age, like the natural finish, retracting-necked 008, with a cowbell-shaped wood shade; the black, LED, catapult-esque 002; and the wall-mountable 014, which looks like a boomerang, but will only come back to you in the form of an electric bill
The Den: Because the regular version is for nerds, challenge guests to a game of chess on one of their two 3D boards, with the vertically tiered square spaces getting higher as they approach the king and queen, and flat-lining in the middle
Kitchen: Wall clocks come in square slices of finished pine, oak, maple, ash, or birch, or in natural-form bisected log versions that boast lacquered bark edges, which are also found on the Joshua Tree
Should you miraculously have more than three rooms, there're plenty of other wooden options to round things out, from a laptop case, to smartphone holders, to a "money box" to deposit spare change, something that awesome technology has made sure you don't have.