Made of fir and iron, this unique furniture can be used in three ways. Keep it flat and use it as a dining table, lock it vertically as a standard shelf, or lock it halfway through to create a leaning shelf (or impromptu ladder).
This stunning and substantial desk is handcrafted from slats of pine salvaged from old doors. An inset glass top provides a smooth surface, and three drawers are hidden behind the door on the right. Measures 63″(W) x 32″ (D) x 30″(H).
Artifox updated the raw wooden desk for the modern worker. Made of walnut or maple, Desk 01 has a built-in whiteboard panel, a dock for tablets and phones, a hidden shelf for cables and power strips and a couple of pegs for hanging.
A TV stand with a shelf and power strip at the back. It lets you hide your set top boxes and other video devices as well as their cables and cords. The wooden model in the video is just a prototype; the actual product is made of metal.
An affordable and portable alternative to dedicated standing desks. The UpStanding Desk is made of plywood, can support up to 200lb. and has two levels, each adjustable by 1″ increments. Available in four variants.
Seletti’s A La Carte is a side table that looks like it’s made of oversized playing cards. If you have a fat stack, stack multiple tables to make a huge pyramid. The table is made of MDF and is available in black, red and blue.
The Stir’s height can be adjusted between 25″ to 51″ using its touchscreen interface, or you can set it to automatically rise or fall in 1″ increments every so often. It also has 8 USB charging ports and 4 AC sockets concealed inside.
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