A concept for multipurpose furniture by Julia Kononenko. It can be converted from a sofa into a dinner table for six people. The cushions turn into stools while the double-layered backrest turns into a tabletop.
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An elegant and substantial pen crafted from solid aluminum alloy and the shell of an actual coconut. Each piece of the tropical tree nut is CNC machined and hand-polished to become part of the grip and cap of the pen.
Bring the smell of nature to your home with Juniper Ridge’s Cabin Spray. Each scent is made using plants that were sustainably harvested from a particular countryside, forest or mountain in the United States.
A compilation of some of the more unusual, innovative, and mechanically complex furniture ever created. While we understand the utility of some of the folding pieces, we’re not sure about that bucking bronco of a rocker.
(NSFW: Image) Designed by Fabio Novembre, the Jolly Roger is just waiting for a classy Jack Sparrow to claim it as his throne. The armchair has a skull-shaped mold and a map of the world is engraved on its seat.
A special cup just for dunking cookies in milk. It’s precision-engineered to ensure the perfect dunk, eliminating spills, broken cookies, and milk-covered fingers. One more first-world problem solved.
This multi-tool’s reptilian form contributes to its function. Its stainless steel tail, curvy mouth and sharpened beak let this critter work as a bottle opener, box cutter and pry bar too. Its eyeball is perfect for a keychain too.
A trash can made of recycled plastic. It has two separate compartments to make it easier to sort recyclables. When the compartments are full, simply snap them apart and transfer their contents.
A set of four stainless steel shot glasses that can be stacked and tucked into a leather case. Restoration Hardware’s solution for impromptu drinking sessions with your buddies.
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