Craftsman and Alloy Welding turned a 52″ tool chest into a home theater cabinet. They hollowed out all but two of the drawers in front and made swing-out speaker compartments as well as a remote-controlled retractable TV mount.
Designer Scott Jones made Bloc’d Sofa, a modular seat that you can easily change to adapt to your needs. Its cushions are small, firm blocks that you can easily remove and rearrange on the sofa’s steel and maple frame.
Nathan Tobiason turns saving your spare change into a fun and creative activity. The Vertical Coin Bank turns your coins into a dynamic display, and it shows you how much you’ve saved at a glance. You can hang it or leave it freestanding.
Formerly exclusive to theaters, Tremor FX is now selling its sound-activated butt-shaking recliners to home users. It works with any video player or game console that has an HDMI output, and doesn’t require content to be specially encoded.
For gamers and workstation users. It has seven USB 3.0 ports, four 110v power plugs, a DVI plug, jacks for headphones, speakers and mic. Built from metal with “carbon fiber” vinyl, LED ambient lights, and a tower PC platform.
Italian studio Mandalaki designed this minimal table for the modern office. The table’s surface can be assembled and disassembled without the need for tools. One of its legs has two USB ports and six plugs for charging. Available soon.
This clever bookshelf encourages you to read. Put books you’ve alread read on one side, and those you haven’t on the other. Also great for lawyers. Available in various colors and finishes from Brooklyn’s Cush Design Studio.
Designed by signage and typography specialists Goodwin & Goodwin, the Cinema Type Board is made of a black powder-coated bent steel board and double-sided font cards. An easy to use sign for personal or commercial use.
Milano’s 6-foot-tall bookcase has 13 undulating shelves which spiral off of its center post, creating a double-helix shape from your books, discs or collectibles. Made from steel, and available in black or white. Ships from Australia.
Designer Till Konneker rose to the challenge of living in a tiny studio apartment by building this awesome all-in-one piece of furniture that serves as entertainment center, armoire, storage closet and bed. He needs to license this thing to IKEA.
Cush Design Studio makes custom consoles for your record player setup, with space for vinyls and speakers. It’s made of corrugated cardboard and walnut. You can also order one with a new player and speakers included.
Made by Murphy’s Paw Design, this fold-out pet bed is perfect for small apartments. It’s made of mahogany (stained or painted) and comes with a cushion. Videos here. Contact Murphy’s Paw Design to order.
Made by Australian design company Page Thirty Three, the Cinematic Lightbox is a lighting fixture that looks like a theater banner display. The box is made of plywood and comes with a set of interchangeable letters and symbols.
Everything but the Manual is David Graas’ concept for a DIY furniture kit. It consists of 177 identical oak blocks that can be affixed to each other using ordinary bolts and wing nuts. It’s LEGO furniture. Video here.
Designed by Thomas Walde, Postfossil’s shelf is for bicycle enthusiasts. It lets you present your beloved ride as a room centerpiece. The shelf is made of fir and has a steel pin and coconut fiber mats.
A handsome piece of furniture which offers exceptional form and function. Built into its rear cabinet is a pair of 4″ full-range speakers, a 5-1/4″ subwoofer, and an amp. Also offers hidden wire management to keep things tidy.
Quattria’s Anita is a customizable shelf made of thermoformed acrylic. You can choose which letters to have, whether they’ll be in white, blue or red and whether your shelf will be wall-mounted or just placed on the floor.
The Ooloo is a skateboard-shaped footrest with two aluminum rockers. Use it to alleviate the negative effects of prolonged sitting. You can also buy just the rockers if you already have a skateboard deck.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola, the Husk is a luxurious armchair (?) with a plastic outer shell and a series of cushions stitched together that provides sofa-like comfort. There’s also a matching Husk ottoman available.
Another product of Restoration Hardware’s current obsession with grimy 20th century curios, this imposing iron drink cabinet is based on a light bulb voltage tester from the 1920s. Perfect for supervillains and mad scientists.
MFEO’s rustic-meets-retro Rohe club chair features 100 year old reclaimed Douglas Fir barn wood slats, which were biscuit joined, glued and sanded into one piece and paired with a vintage mid-century chrome frame.
The Emperor 1510’s VESA monitor mount, bucket seat, leg rest, keyboard tray and LED lights are all adjustable. It also has a Bose 2.1 audio and all the input connections you need. Just plug in your monitor(s) and computer.
You already have a tasty looking sleeping bag for when you’re outdoors, but what about when you’re just chilling at home? Lazy Oaf’s got your back – and butt – with this bean bag shaped like a slice. Just don’t spill your real pizza on it.
Similar to the Tick Clip, Why The Friday’s Instant Table are tall clamps that can be attached to any suitable material to make a table or perhaps a bed. The resulting furniture can easily be disassembled.