Most basic furniture is pretty boring. Sure, you can come up with some pretty groove designs, but it's hard to stay too excited. This dresser from Danish designer Jakob Joergensen breaks the mold, with a wild swinging drawer mechanism that spices things up.
If you have ever lived in a tiny apartment, you know that space is at a premium. Finding way to fit stuff in is always a challenge, but this chest somehow manages to convert Transformers style into a table and a pair of chairs while looking chic and sophisticated.
AT-AT dog costumes and edible gingerbread? Boy is there an outpouring of love for the Imperial Walker. Those are both nice, but this wooden AT-AT liquor cabinet easily takes first prize for "best AT-AT creation of 2011."
This gigantic white iPhone isn't an iPhone at all. Instead, it's a display and computer crammed into a table that looks like a white iPhone. Of course!
Microsoft's Surface Table hasn't quite set the world on fire thanks to its hulking frame and hefty pricetag. If you were more upset with the frame than the price tag, Ideum is hoping you'll go after its MT-55 multitouch table instead.
People don't go to the movies like they used to, so theaters are always looking for new ways to put butts in the seats. One company's plan is for them to replace those old, boring seats with new ones that move along with the movie.
For most people, a regular desk and chair are perfectly suitable for when you're using a computer. Ron Bean is not most people.
Sure, it's unlikely, but just in case zombies do attack, you wanna be adequately prepared. This Woodsman's Axe coffee table should do the trick.
How do you fit a kitchen, living room, dining room, bedroom, shower/toilet and a table into a tiny 258 square-foot apartment? If you're Christian Schallert, you cram it all inside of custom-built walls and furniture that when transformed, creates a surprisingly cozy "LEGO" apartment.
Sitting at a desk all day staring at computer or shuffling papers might sound like a familiar routine for many (including us bloggers), but did you know it could increase your chance of dying early by 20 percent (if you're a male) and up to 40 percent (if you're a female)? Yep, sitting is actually bad for your health, even if parking your behind in $8,000 god-chair feels really good. We've got 17 stand-up desks and workstations that'll keep your posture straight and possibly keep you alive longer, ranging from the professionally made, weekend DIY projects and even, erm, "homemade" solutions. Click into the gallery below to get started.