The Stage is a wall-mounted shelf that doubles as a charging station. It has a dock for tablets and a foam-rubber-lined drawer that can discreetly store a power strip along with your other devices. Available in walnut or oak.
The perfect side table for today’s connected world. Made from quality bamboo and hand-welded steel, the Caddy provides cutouts for remotes, smartphone docks, and glassware and works great by either couch or bed.
For his River Collection, furniture maker Greg Klassen took discarded wood and then cut blue glass by hand to make them fit the contours of the wood. The resulting tables and sculptures look like rivers or lakes.
Designed by Rafael Rodriguez, Wall Champions are coat hangers that feature foosball figures. You can pick just one or a whole row of hangers. The figures are available in different jersey designs, skin colors and genders.
Designed by Kate Brown, this amazing 8.5-foot-tall sculptural outdoor chair provides a relaxing, curved seating area that can spin 360 degrees. An example of the chair is on display at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West in Scottsdale, AZ.
A simple and smartly-designed wall shelf that holds a single bicycle by its seat, and provides storage space for your helmet and other small accessories. Recently funded via Kickstarter, we hope to see it in production soon.
Keep your things organized and practice your fingerboard skills on the Half Pipe Desk. The skateboard ramps he used to play on inspired designer Eric Pfeiffer to create the desk. Available in oak, birch and walnut.
The perfect sofa for modern spaces, this mid-century inspired design offers plush cushions, and its pillowy back quilting and wood legs giving it a high-end look. Comes in dark grey or deep teal fabric. Available for pre-order 7/16/14.
See if you’re beach-ready with this neat surfboard-shaped mirror. It also has three storage shelves on the back for storing your surf wax and suntan lotion. It’s made of pine and measures 16.25″w x 10.5″d x 56.25″h.
Modos is based on aluminum connectors that let you slot in boards to make a variety of furniture. You can get just the connectors or with Modos’ laminated plywood boards, which are 0.75″ thick and have walnut or maple veneer.
Artist Charles Lushear of Bohemian Workbench created this awesome table in the likeness of the Bat’s iconic emblem. Sadly, the table isn’t available for sale, but you could always buy one of his giant NES controller tables instead.
The Jag Grill is a grill, dining table and fire pit in one. It seats and serves up to eight people. Each grill has a side door and its main parts – the dome, wooden platforms and fire pit – are removable for easy cleaning and storage.
Made of fir and iron, this unique furniture can be used in three ways. Keep it flat and use it as a dining table, lock it vertically as a standard shelf, or lock it halfway through to create a leaning shelf (or impromptu ladder).
This stunning and substantial desk is handcrafted from slats of pine salvaged from old doors. An inset glass top provides a smooth surface, and three drawers are hidden behind the door on the right. Measures 63″(W) x 32″ (D) x 30″(H).
A portable workstation with integrated GoalZero battery packs and a 20W solar panel to power your gadgets. Its power strip has 12V and 5V inputs. It can also be plugged in to an outlet or to a vehicle’s cigarette outlet.
Instructables member craftclarity made a TV tray that has an additional shelf to store other items such as a laptop, magazines or remote controls. Its desk and legs are also foldable so it doesn’t take up a lot of space when stored.
Like to read books, but don’t have room for a bookshelf? Nobody & Company has got you covered with their combination reading chair/bookshelf, which can hold up to 300 books, and keep them all within arm’s reach.
Artifox updated the raw wooden desk for the modern worker. Made of walnut or maple, Desk 01 has a built-in whiteboard panel, a dock for tablets and phones, a hidden shelf for cables and power strips and a couple of pegs for hanging.
A TV stand with a shelf and power strip at the back. It lets you hide your set top boxes and other video devices as well as their cables and cords. The wooden model in the video is just a prototype; the actual product is made of metal.
Swiss furniture maker Peka makes shelves, closets and other storage with compartments and drawers that slide or swing out. Instead of having to reach in to get items, they come to you. Find local distributors here.
Hang your coffee table books on this seemingly invisible stand. Like the Conceal Book Shelf, that will make it appear like your items are floating on your wall. They say it can be used with records too, but we’re thinking only double albums.
Offering a reasonably priced alternative to expensive standing desks, the Standdesk has a sturdy steel frame, motorized height adjustment with optional memory, and a variety of sizes and tops. You can also install your own surface.
Tobias Fränzel is now accepting orders for his quirky Ping Pong Door, which morphs from a door to a table tennis table with just one swing. It’s significantly narrower than a regulation table though. Contact Tobias to order.
A standing desk that won’t break the bank. Made by Chairigami, this 42″ high desk is made of corrugated cardboard. It’s not adjustable, but it’s easy to assemble, weighs just 15lb., supports up to 300lb. and is very affordable.
BrickBox is a modular shelf made of wooden boxes with handles. Each box has two nylon feet on one side and holes on the other side to stack boxes firmly together. You can customize each box with doors, dividers and casters.
An affordable and portable alternative to dedicated standing desks. The UpStanding Desk is made of plywood, can support up to 200lb. and has two levels, each adjustable by 1″ increments. Available in four variants.