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Have you ever wanted to take a quick nap while at work? This desk converts into an instant bed complete with its own flat screen TV.
Designer Yana Christiaens may not realize it yet, but she's found a way to make dinner fun again.
IKEA-ites jumped in joy when it was revealed that the Swedish furniture retailer was going to sell the Uppleva, an all-in-one HDTV that blends gadgetry with stylish furniture. Turns out, IKEA's TV set isn't going to be that great, at least according to the first review of it to hit the net.
Ikea shocked the world when it announced it was going to sell its own Uppleva TV, an all-in-one TV/furniture hybrid that's aimed at neat freaks who hate unsightly cables. Here's a checklist of features you'll get if you're dropping the cash on a set.
There's been a lot of talk lately about how we all need to get more exercise. Don't think no one's been listening. A Belgian company has taken the cause to heart by creating a table with seats that double as exercise bikes — and the pedal power charges up your gadgets.
Known for its furniture and maybe its prefab homes, IKEA is entering the TV market with an all-in-one HDTV/furniture that's sole purpose is to declutter your entertainment center.
When you become an adult, it seems most people switch from Etch-A-Sketches to zen gardens. Finally, someone has combined the best of both — doodling on a large scale — with a dose of technology added in for all us geeks.
This article is dedicated to the man who lost his lovingly created Star Trek pad in his divorce. Hopefully a lovingly hand-crafted, hardwood NCC-1701-C table like this might be ease some of his pain settling into bachelor digs.
The "Gravity Stool" turns traditional furniture on its head. Dutch designer Jólan van der Wiel "grows" his furniture using only magnets and a mix of plastic and iron filings. The result? Each piece is unique and something that looks like it came from Middle Earth.