Why have a bookshelf lead to a secret chamber when Q-Line can design you one made up of hidden compartments. Just remember that it’s ok to conceal things other than guns and knives.
Designed by Julian Vidame, the surface of this versatile table can expand from 31in to 62in, thanks to wooden boards that can be rolled from upright to flat and vice versa.
UrbanDesk combines a full-size desk and a full-size bed into one. There is ample clearance between the bed and the desk so you don’t even have to clear off the desk when you fold down the bed.
Furniture by Slovakian studio Allt (All That). Made of spruce wood, the design of both the Highstack shelf and the Lowstack bench was inspired by wood planks stacked in sawmills and warehouses.
Sotyrys and Aleksander Pantopulos’ sleek Raptor RT01 table is part contemporary art, part furniture and part green; as the body is made from recycled aluminium; the remainder is made of glass and HPL.
We’ve seen some good-looking foosball tables over the years, but this might just be our favorite, with its minimal electropolished steel finish and rugged, adjustable wooden legs.
A wooden hourglass stool filled with white sand that measures five minutes. As its name implies it’s meant to be used to reprimand kids, but all we know is it’s a giant hourglass and we want one.
The NextDesk Terra is an adjustable height desk. It has an easy to use control panel that can store up to 3 height settings. It’s made from recycled aluminum and bamboo and is highly customizable.
Raise office morale with Poppin’s Ping Pong Conference Table. It has drawers on either end to store items for work and play, and the central panel can manage cables or hold the net up.
A highly customizable wooden arcade table. It has a 26″ LCD, Sanwa joysticks and buttons, a trackball, DVD-drive, Wi-Fi support, HDMI and USB ports and comes with lots of old arcade games.
An auto shop in the Czech Republic makes sofas, tables and other furniture using actual parts from vintage cars. If you want, you can even send them a car for them to convert into furniture.
Designed by Angelina Barkschat, Finn BlÃ¼mel and Severin Arnold, the 63 Grad (63 Degrees) bench can be folded thanks to its nylon hinges. Multiple units can be connected to form a larger bench.
It has two independently controlled lights: one on top and another underneath. It comes with interchangeable filters and you can also order custom graphics. Made of stainless steel and glass.
Designer Igor Chak’s conceptual shelves perfectly mimic the beams and girders of the 1980s classic video game, Donkey Kong. Though we don’t recommend rolling flaming barrels down them.
More Awesome Stuff