Since I'm an admitted sucker for orange, I of course love it. I also love that a geeky, tech-focused design has found its way into a mainstream retail outlet. What do you think?
If it weren't for the price, I'd be pretty much sold on this pillow. But unlike Carrie Bradshaw, I can't spend a fortune on home accessories. It's just not in the cards.
The trend began with the Lonely Woman Pillow in 2006, and it will end (everything must end, right?) with the Edward Cullen Manllow. Get it? Man plus pillow equals Manllow. I would have gone with the Vow (vampire plus pillow).
Onto the fluff at hand. The Manllow was available on Etsy, but between the Internet catching on and the unthinkable power of a Robert Pattinson face screen, it is fresh out. Wondering who the face-down pillow that looks like it lost some feathers is? Jacob.
This pillow doesn't just allow you to rest your head at night, but it also comes with a sweet and geeky feature. Which of these features does it come with?Take the Quiz
Forget pillow talk, how about pillow tech? Who knew there was such a market for geeky pillows out there? I already surround myself with gadgets and geekery, so why not decorate my home with a few pillows that hold my tech, remind me of tech, or that are just tech-related? You can never have too much tech, that's what I say. Check out a few fine specimens of sexy geekified pillows in this slideshow.
West Elm had a similarly geek-inspired telephone pillow last year — it's like as everyone ditches their landlines left and square, the old-school rotary gains in popularity. But are we far enough away from the home phone to be nostalgic about it? Would you toss this on your chair?
Rendered in soft gray (a better decor choice than Apple white), the pillow cover is made of soft felt recycled from plastic water bottles. It certainly does the iPod Classic justice.
Would you toss this on your sofa?
The hypoallergenic covering, available at Fred Segal Studio Beauty Mix stores, supposedly aids in preventing dark circles under the eyes, boosts the body's immune system, and helps keep skin and hair hydrated. But did it actually do as promised? To discover what I thought, keep reading.
The space-inspired throw pillow is made from an eco-friendly material and has two different prints, so you can just flip it over if you get tired of the robot.
But who would get tired of the robot? Not me. Sacrilege.