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).
Seletti’s A La Carte is a side table that looks like it’s made of oversized playing cards. If you have a fat stack, stack multiple tables to make a huge pyramid. The table is made of MDF and is available in black, red and blue.
Detachable table legs are nothingnew; Kyle Hoff was just smart enough to reach out to buyers through Kickstarter. Floyd Legs are C-clamps on stilts, letting you make a table out of any flat surface. Available in 29″ or 16″.
Duffy London’s coffee table won’t transport you to the pyramids, but it’ll wow guests in your living room. This digitally-printed table appears to float, thanks to its faux shadow base. Just don’t try to sit on it with your girlfriend and fly around.
Designed by Benjamin Vermeulen, MAGfurniture are flat-packed furniture pieces made of steel and wood. The wooden parts have strong magnets inside them, making it easy to assemble, disassemble and repair the furniture.
Duffy London’s MK1 is a table that you can transform from a low and small coffee table into a full dining table in just seconds. It comes in two sizes, and there are steel and wood variants. Bespoke finishes are also available.
For gamers and workstation users. It has seven USB 3.0 ports, four 110v power plugs, a DVI plug, jacks for headphones, speakers and mic. Built from metal with “carbon fiber” vinyl, LED ambient lights, and a tower PC platform.
Italian studio Mandalaki designed this minimal table for the modern office. The table’s surface can be assembled and disassembled without the need for tools. One of its legs has two USB ports and six plugs for charging. Available soon.
Similar to the Tick Clip, Why The Friday’s Instant Table are tall clamps that can be attached to any suitable material to make a table or perhaps a bed. The resulting furniture can easily be disassembled.
Foosball tables that are made entirely out of cardboard. The delivery box itself is part of the table, which requires no screws or glue to assemble. It also a passive amplifier for phones and cupholders so you don’t spill your beer.
Designed by Joe Warren, the Quad Micro Bar (QMB) is a table with four built-in fold out stools that are secured by easy to use latches. Its compact and versatile design makes it perfect for small apartments.