Skate or Design creates vibrant and functional home accessories and furniture from reclaimed skateboard decks. The highlight of their collection is this 40″ wide coffee table covered in colorful wood decks. A hidden steel frame underneath provides structure and rigidity.
The perfect conversation piece for fans of the dopey but lovable Brit. This awesome coffee table from Bohemian Workbench is based on Karl’s pudgy noggin from The Ricky Gervais Show. The 34″ tabletop is made from birch with walnut accents, and comes with a glass top.
Handcrafted wooden record dividers that are as enduring as your vinyl record collection. They come in two sizes, in vertical or horizontal orientation, stencilled or engraved, and in alphabetical, genre or custom categories. The shop also has a similar line for books.
Another of the many cool recycled aeronautical items from the Boeing Custom Hangar, this desk hutch is bookended by authentic instrument panels from a 707-320 flight deck. The sturdy shelf on top is made from a 1/8″ sheet of hot-rolled steel, then black lacquered.
Board Game Tables’ convertible tabletop gaming table is made of rosewood, with a 3’x 5′ neoprene padded playing surface, and pop-out drink holders. It comes with a topper so you can use it as a normal dining table without disturbing the pieces on the playing surface.
Furniture designer Stelios Mousarris attempts to capture his memories of playing with toys for hours on end with this whimsical living room table. Measuring 47″x 17″, the large glass surface is propped up by five freestanding rocketships that you are free to rearrange.
Artist Harland Miller is most known for his gigantic canvas prints of the iconic Penguin book cover but with the titles replaced with sardonic statements. Other Criteria printed some of those artworks on a limited edition of deckchairs, as well as on a beach towel.
Inside this ’60s-inspired console’s walnut body is a Debut Carbon turntable, a tweeter, a 6.5″ woofer, a 200W amplifier, a 100W subwoofer, an AirPlay receiver and two aux inputs. It also has a built-in minibar with whiskey glasses and room for 150 vinyl records.
Woouf!’s beanbag sofa harkens back to the era of analog synthesizers, offering up tons of cryptic knobs and a seating surface covered with keys. The only thing better would be if it played when you sat on it. Officially-licensed by Moog. Measures appx. 53″ x 31″ x 24″.