A table with a 2.1 stereo system built in. It has two 4″ speakers, an 8″ woofer, an amplifier, 2 RCA inputs, separate controls for volume, woofer level and subsonic filter, hidden storage and power strip, and optional storage bins.
Dvelas’ Génois are bean bags made from used sail cloth. It’s stitched in such a way that the back tenses when you sit on it, creating support. Dvelas offer more colorful ones as well as pool chair versions on its website.
Zanocchi & Starke’s Wall Ride is a wall-mounted shelf with a built-in skateboard rack. It lets you store a skateboard while displaying the graphics underneath the deck. Like all good things, the rack also doubles as a bottle opener.
Boeing’s Custom Hangar limited editions store offers sculptures, furniture and other decorative items made of old airplane parts, including ones from the 747, 727, DC9, P-51 Mustang, F-4 Phantom and B-29 Superfortress.
Heckler Design’s computer desk fits in narrow spaces thanks to a lower deck which pulls out to provide a padded work surface. Power cables and adapters tuck neatly underneath the main desk’s top layer. Nesting stand and file also available.
Inspired by the beautiful (and expensive) Fletcher Capstan Table, YouTuber Scott Rumschlag designed and built his own expanding table. The layers on Scott’s tables are exposed from the side, so you can see the parts move as the table turns.
Duffy London’s tongue-in-cheek bedroom chair has way more legs than it needs, just like the weird myriapodous arthropods that inspired it. Put two together for a creepy crawly chaise lounge. Handmade in London.
Magnetic boards made from planks and poles found along European and West Asian beaches, as indicated by the geographical coordinates branded on each board. Each board even comes with a photo taken when it was found.
Floyd’s flagship detachable table legs are ideal for making small to medium tables. Now the company has the Floyd Utility Set for larger surfaces. The 29.5″ legs have rubber feet and are reinforced with adjustable cross-bracing straps.
A shelf version of the Floyd Leg. The Floyd Shelf consists of two mountable brackets where you can clamp a board up to 2.25″ thick to create a semi-permanent shelf. The brackets can support up to 50lb. and come in three colors.
Vintage Industrial’s Hure tables were inspired by and named after a 19th century lathe and milling machine maker. Hure added his signature to his products and made beautiful bases for what would otherwise be utilitarian devices.
The IKEA Regissör line consists of flat-pack furniture that can be assembled quickly and without using tools, thanks to pre-installed wooden wedge dowels. They are also lightweight and use less materials. Turn captions on.
Can’t afford Maximo Riera’s $50,000+ evil animal chairs? Vyacheslav Pakhomov has something for the baddie on a slightly smaller budget. He makes scorpion-shaped chairs by hand out of oak and leather. Available in two color schemes.
We’ve seen clamps that turn any board into a table. Simplified Building’s pipe frames are sturdy, long-term alternatives. Pick from standard, adjustable height, rugged or z-frame, with casters, flanges or plastic plugs as footing.
Restoration Hardware’s sheet metal desk is about as substantial as they come, with its construction and storage compartments inspired by classic jewelry store and office safes. Measures 69″W x 29″D x 31″H and weighs a whopping 360lbs.
MotoArt has created what could be the greatest conference table ever made. Not only does its circular shape encourage dialog, but the 12-foot-wide table is made from the General Electric engine nacelle of a Boeing 747 jet plane.
Etsy seller Ornald has handmade bean bag chairs that look like a vintage boxing glove. The chair is 90cm (approx. 35″) tall and is made of cow leather. It doesn’t come with filling to minimize shipping costs.
Snow Peak’s new containers are rugged enough to be used outdoors. Its rubber stoppers let you stack multiple units together. You can also split it open to carry smaller items. Available in 25L and 50L capacities.
Michael & George’s HB Lamp is a large pencil-shaped lamp with a 26ft. cord snaking out of its tip. The 5.5ft.-tall lamp has a cedar body and a brass ring. You can also customize the color of and the text on its body.
Charles Kalpakian’s Rocky open credenza plays with our perception of space, using light and shadow to create a trippy optical illusion. Available in blue, grey or black lacquered steel. Measures ~55.1″W x 14.2″D x 37.4″H.
Designed by Sebastian Errazuriz, Explosion is a small cabinet that is opened by pulling its parts outward until its contained space is fully exposed and the furniture resembles a pixelated explosion. Part of Sebastian’s Look Again exhibit.
Gereghty Desk Co. makes compact and adjustable wall-mounted desks. The smaller desktop holds laptops, tablets or displays at eye level while the larger desktop puts the keyboard, mouse and other items within arms reach.
Made by MIT Engineering students, Press Fit’s lightweight maple plywood standing desk can be assembled or disassembled within seconds without the need for any tools. Press Fit will also make a sitting desk and stool set.
Tables for the high rolling dice roller. Geek Chic’s tables have two surfaces – a removable top and a recessed playing area. You can customize the number of player stations, drawers and rails and pick from walnut, maple or cherry wood.