Refurbish your place in time to start the new year fresh. Get rid of that old coffee table and upgrade your TV to that state-of-the-art sound system you’ve always wanted. Whether it’s to give yourself a selfish gift (that’s well worth it) or to blow someone’s mind away with a bang, let this selection of home furniture and electronics be your guide to the right item. You’ll need more than some spare change but we assure you these will be great additions to your home. Brought to you by Harman Kardon (who are offering special discounts this holiday season).

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James Perse Limited Edition Pool Table

No man cave or game room is complete without a pool table. Enter this model from James Perse. Made from solid teak, the pool table looks modernly beautiful. No game room in your home office? No worries, the optional teak top nicely converts the pool table into a dining room or conference table. Not bad. Order yours here.


Samsung OLED Curved 3D TV

Fans of the feel of IMAX theatre will appreciate the new KN55S9C OLED TV from Samsung. The future of TV picture quality is here: the curved profile of the Samsung OLED television envelopes all in the the viewing experience. Two people can watch two independent HD programs on the OLED using Samsung’s active 3D glasses. ($9,000)


Stephen Kenn Clothing Rack

Stephen Kenn’s usage of repurposed military fabric takes form in this simple clothing rack, even sourcing vintage military tent poles for the wooden rod sides. ($650)


Invisiplug Wood Outlet

Available in dark oakInvisiplug Wood Grain Power Stripsmedium cherryInvisiplug Wood Grain Power Strips, and naturalInvisiplug Wood Grain Power Strips finishes, these wood grain power strips are meant to blend in nicely with your hardwood floor or desk. Rarely do power strips ever look this good. ($16)


ColorWare Custom Roomba 780

Don’t confuse this product as the new Simon Memory Game: The best-selling, Jetsonian-style, self-controling floor vacuum gets the color treatment through the Custom Roomba 780 program. Simply log onto the website and customize one to your liking, or send yours in to get it colored for $250. ($900)


Zeren Saglamer Grill Table

This seemingly ordinary coffee table will transform the way you organize and display your books. Hang them by the spine on the iron “grill” side of the table and use the remaining surface for anything else to your liking. Available in Carrara marble, teak and walnut. ($1,350)


Harman Kardon Sabre 35 Home Entertainment System

The ultra-thin Harman Kardon Sabre 35 sound bar and subwoofer adapt perfectly to any flat-screen television or home theatre. The long, thin bar can be placed seamlessly under most TVs. The companion subwoofer can be hidden out of sight in even the tightest of spaces. Easily connect the Sabre 35 sound system via HDMI connection and use the built-in Bluetooth capability to stream music wirelessly.  ($1,000)


Harman Kardon BTA 10 Bluetooth Adapter

This little handy device from Harman Kardon allows you to wirelessly stream audio to your home theatre sound system. Simply plug in the BTA 10 adapter via RCA cables to your input of choice and pair your smartphone or tablet to send high-quality music through your speakers. Place it anywhere: the BTA 10 is ultra-compact. ($60)


Lagranja Design for Foscarini Plastic Rubber Lamps

These hose-like lamps can be used as floor lights or hang on the ceiling. The thermoplastic elastomer material — fancy word for mix of rubber and plastic — is safe to touch and leave outdoors. ($675)


Best Made Co. Log Basket

This canvas basket was made exclusively for Best Made Co. from the same construction and materials used for making carts for the US Postal Service. Built for daily heavy-duty usage, the basket can handle your fireside use while still looking good. ($95)


Taylor Forrest Fur and Leather Chair

Made of untreated North American hide, these minimalist and sophisticated chairs by New Yorker Taylor Forrest will be great corner accents in your room or living room. ($2,800)


Soapbox Convertible Coffee Table Shelf

The genius furniture makers from Soapbox have created a series of box furniture, with and without legs, that don’t require any tools to assemble. Simply clip connectors to the corner of each wooden slab to make any shelf, table, or rack. Available in many colors. ($140)

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