You’ll need to keep it away from rogue buttons and zippers, but this Guitar Hanger is a great idea for musicians living in tight spaces; it takes all of five seconds to hang your axe.
A quick once over reveals how it’s done, but Rafa Garcia’s Sancal Elipse coffee table does a good job of looking like its top is floating; choose from black or white lacquer.
Now you see it, now you (sort of) don’t: Reinier de Jong’s REK features movable, zig-zag shaped parts that interlock, allowing you to expand the bookcase to a size that fits your room.
About as sane as living in a glass house, Teckell’s Foosball tables are primarily made of white, green or transparent glass; sharp consequences aside, they are definitely lookers.
Until they abolish daylight savings entirely, Denis Guidone’s Ora (il)Legale Clock may be the next best solution: a flat base lets you tip it forward or back; it’ll exhibit next week in Milan.
Diego Silverio’s Tetris Furniture concept doesn’t just resemble bricks from the classic puzzle game–the pieces have real functions, from doubling as storage to serving as a low-slung couch.
A low-cost motion simulator for businesses, the Predator lets you pitch up to 350lb +/- 15 degrees and includes a racing seat, force feedback wheel and support for off the shelf PC games.
With three LCD monitors, four subwoofers, three tweeters and an 1100W amplifier crammed into a piano, Gardner Post’s Baby Grand Master may be a bastard, but it’s a sexy bastard.
Deckstool is where old decks go for a second chance: built from broken skateboards, each is crafted and finished in urban Philly and totally unique; they’ll even make your own Custom stool.
With 13 layers of varnish and alcantara-lined drawers, Erwin Sattler’s Custodia is a watch geek’s wet dream; winding rates can be set via USB while 16 LED lamps illuminate your beauties.
Consider it a two-fer for your number two’s: Direnc Demirbas’s Read&Roll combines two bathroom essentials into one by melding a toilet paper dispenser with a magazine rack.
Highly portable, Kingsford’s O-Grill weighs just 24 lbs; it features a 225 sq. inch surface (good for 8-10 burgers), 9450 BTU burner, piezo-electric ignition, retractable legs and carrying handle.
The Element Grill brings modern style to the backyard; it comes in stainless steel or powder coated versions, all of which feature a dual-zone cooking system in a small form factor.
We men have two sacred places: the toilet and the recliner; Gianni Pedone’s Morfojet Chair honors the latter with a crazy jet turbine shape, built-in CD player and multiple speakers.
There are recliners, and then there’s Varier’s sleek Gravity Reclining Chair; choose from one of four positions, the last of which radically tilts the leg rests back and upwards.
Resembling a circular saw, the Pizza Boss 3000 lets you show your pie who’s boss with a contoured grip, engineering-grade plastics and a laser-etched stainless steel blade.
Amsterdam’s MiNiBAR‘ is a self-serve, bartender-less concept; guests are provided a key to one of 45 pre-stocked fridges, essentially giving you your own private bar with no wait times.
Designed by a former US Marine, the Manticuda was created with versatility in mind; it features a multi-faceted, double-edged blade, multi-hold handle and heavy-duty Kydex sheath.
Two classic labels come together with these Carhartt x Zippo Storm Lighters; they’re available in black, white or or brown and finished with powder coated lacquer and a Carhartt logo.
Short of working plasma conduits, this 6×10 Star Trek full wall mural is about as close as most of us will ever get to the Enterprise bridge; warp core and captain’s chair not included.
Few things are as important as teaching your little geek about the neverending, epic struggle between pirates vs. ninjas; this mobile by SaltyandSweet consists of laser-cut figures.
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