DIY Perks’ latest guide shows how you can make a rustic-looking desk with drawers, all from scratch. The project uses readily available materials such as MDF and pine. It also uses only basic tools such as a saw, a drill and some clamps.
Regal Robot has a big blast from the past for anyone who collected or drooled for Kenner’s Star Wars figures. The Collector Case Storage Table looks like one of the Kenner mini-action figure collector’s cases. The table’s removable dividers let you store a variety of objects.
Just because you’re outdoors doesn’t mean you have to keep your stuff on the ground. This lightweight, portable table provides a heavy duty ripstop nylon tabletop, set atop a folding aluminum structure. Four built-in cupholder baskets ensure your drinks won’t tip over.
One of the nicest looking foosball tables we’ve laid eyes on, EastPoint Sports‘ competition-sized table features a sturdy wood construction with a crossbar base, precision weighted and balanced players, and high performance rod bushings for quick and smooth spinning.
Similar to, more minimal than the Urbana table, German Smart Living’s Swing is a wood and metal table that can be transformed into a shelf in one motion. It also has casters under its feet for easy transport. It comes in six variants, including two for outdoor use.
MZPA’s geodesic dome chair offers a private place for work, study, and relaxation. It’s open on the front for conversations, but its sides, roof, and padded interior provide a peaceful, personal space. Made from 51 triangular plywood panels connected to four metal legs.
Upgrade the casters on your office chair with the same sort of quiet, smooth-rolling wheels found on rollerblades. They skate across low-pile carpet without a problem, are safe for all kinds of floors, and just look way cooler than the stock casters. Sold as a set of five.
Furniture maker Lignum walks us through the painstaking process of transforming dozens of straight slats of wood into a beautiful handbuilt bench with smoothly undulating curves. It amazes us that most of the work is done using only clamps, patience, and lots of glue.