Made in 1887, The Queen’s Jubilee Billiard Table is a national treasure: it includes quotes from English poets, English flora and fauna, and every ruler of England from William to Charles I.
If you’re short on space but big on parties, this 7-in-1 Rotating Game Table saves the day (and space); you’ll get ping-pong, chess, checkers, backgammon, pool, foosball, and air hockey.
Stephane Perruchon’s Dualshock Controller Table is the real Playstation Home; it’s just a concept, but we’d kick up our feet on the ABS handles any day–let’s just hope it doesn’t vibrate.
It looks like a Fender Amp, but use the volume knob on the Blackface HotSeat and the cushion pops open to reveal space for all your strings, pedals, and tabs; each seat is hand built.
Work is like an endless hamster wheel ride, but TrekDesk at least keeps the pounds off: for an adjustable height desk (sans treadmill) with a 72″x34″ desktop, it’s relatively affordable.
Ideal for dorm rooms and other cramped, couch-less spaces, the SlouchBack turns your bed into a sofa; it features built-in cup holders, removable covers and inflates in 30 seconds.
Blending mid-century modern furniture (think Eames) with stereo equipment, Mikal Hameed’s art is a rare breed: it’s over the top, culturally relevant and acoustically awesome.
There are more things in heaven and earth, especially when hidden inside Shakespeare’s bust: it hides a 12V DC motor that opens a secret entrance made to look like a bookcase.
AZNOM’s Black Widow Table is poetry in motion: inspired by race cars, with sharp, angled lines, it features a central carbon beam and legs milled from a single piece of aluminum.
Messy, functional and totally awesome, the Shoelace Rug ain’t your momma’s decor as it shifts and evolves beneath your feet; available now in black/white or custom order your own.
Wayne Eyre’s Submarine room is a crush depth-worthy man cave: it sports a working periscope, plutonium torpedoes, an island bar, and of course, a big screen TV with surround sound.
Our friends at 0-60mag.com show you how to build your own Need For Speed: Shift-themed racing console for only $500 (not including electronics); get the 60-page PDF here.
Available in Diesel retail stores, this Turntable Bedding lets DJs mix it up in the bedroom with record player shams and a wicked blanket plastered with knobs, sliders and cables.
Designed for classrooms to maintain direct sight lines to the teacher, the MacTable is a semi-recessed desk which will hold 20″-24″ iMacs with curves that mimic Apple’s own aesthetics.
Keep your secret laboratory a secret with Hidden Passageways; they’ll turn book shelves, cabinets and stairways into precision-engineered, load-rated doors. Thanks, David!
Similar to their 3fold Desk, Formtank’s 4foldlow is a smaller, more affordable version that’s made from a single square of sheet steel; choose from powder coated or mirror-polish finishes.
We’re used to furniture in the pool after a windy day, but this Pool Party Seating is best kept wet: it’ll stay in the shallow end once filled with water, making pool pizza parties possible.
Forget frilly faucets: Balance’s Steel-55 Faucets are monolithic hand-made stainless-steel towers that gush water via an industrial triple-slot lever with minimalist hot and cold markers.
If you’re allergic to numbers, QLOCKTWO is an all-alphabet time piece that’s also a minimalist work of art; available in six colors and six languages for $1,600, there’s also a $0.99 app.
Swiss furniture company Laisr’s line of race car chairs are stationary yet speedy: these carbon fiber seats are inspired by classic race cars including the legendary Porsche 917.
Reminisce with old fighter jock buddies in style at the Phantom Bar; it features four F-4 Mk 7 ejection seats around a table made from a C-119 transport’s original cowl.
Plastic utility tables are great, but the Strut Work Table literally lets you strut: 70″ of glass floats on angled shesham legs with stainless steel accents for a stylish, minimalist look.
Ideal for entertaining in tight spaces, Crate&Barrel’s Kenton Bar Cabinet unfolds to reveal shelving for 12 wine bottles and three stemware racks; the bar top can also double in length.
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