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  • January 7, 2016
    This is Wave City, an Inception inspired coffee table built by furniture designer Stelios Mousarris. It was built using wood, steel (to support the wave form), and 3-D printing technology and available in a limited edition for €5,000 (~$5,425), which actually seems kind of rea... / Continue →
  • June 9, 2015
    This is the X-wing fighter coffee table built by Barry Shields (previously: the USS Enterprise coffee table he made). I wish I was good at woodcarving. I'm not though, and the last time I even tried sharpening a stick I poked myself in the eye. I did get to wear a cool eyepa... / Continue →
  • April 2, 2015
    Try saying that ten times fast! You know, or not. This is a video from Super-Fan Builds of prop makers designing and building a Han Solo in Carbonite Coffin Coffee Table for Star Wars fan and member of the 501st Legion, Ray Choi. Ray has built himself nine different Star War... / Continue →
  • February 9, 2015
    This is the giant Playstation controller coffee table made and sold by Etsy shop WoodCurve. It weighs about 100 pounds and costs $3,000. That's $30/pound. For reference, I just bought some sea scallops for right around $18/pound, and they were f***ing delicious. Sadly, bein... / Continue →
  • April 21, 2014
    This is the Pyro Board, a table containing 2,500 flames that respond to the audio pumped beneath it. It's like a real-life Winamp visualizer. Remember in college when you used to get high and listen to your favorite music at night watching Winamp at full screen? Those were s... / Continue →
  • September 30, 2013
    This is a table made out of 27 individual wooden blocks with magnets embedded in them. The magnets repel each other, and the blocks on the second and third levels all float. Don't worry though, they also have a series of guide wires running through them so that @$$hole friend... / Continue →
  • March 28, 2013
    This is a series of carved wood Bat symbol coffee tables crafted by Charles Lushear of the Bohemian Workshop (previously: the functional NES controller coffee table). DC Comics apparently found out about the tables and allows Charles to display them on his website, but not sel... / Continue →
  • December 3, 2012
    This is the floppytable, a coffee table that looks like a giant 3.5" floppy disk. The metal protector even slides to the side to reveal a little storage space for your remotes/weed. That's pretty cool. My roommate? He's the opposite of cool. Isn't that right, Derrek? He l... / Continue →
  • April 12, 2012
    This is the second N-64 coffee table built by Keenan Bosworth, this time for a friend. Keenan's friends must be better than mine because I would NEVER spend that much time or effort on a present for someone that doesn't involve an elaborate hoax to make them think they're dyin... / Continue →
  • April 29, 2011
    I'll dump wherever I damn well please. This is a gallery of road-sign furniture crafted by Tim Delger with the help of prison inmates. Get it? Because they manufacture all the road signs in there! "Those are license plates." GOD YOU ARE REALLY STARTING TO GET ON MY NERVES.... / Continue →
  • April 6, 2011
    Note: Worthwhile full-res shots HERE for all you junk fetishists. This is the Binary Low Table from BRC Designs. If it looks like a bunch of crappy old computer parts hot-glued to a coffee table, congratulations, your vision's 20/20. If it looks like something you'd actu... / Continue →
  • September 9, 2010
    Sorry for the slightly late start today folks, I got up at 4AM to drive to LAX and back so if I seem like a crackhead it's because I bought some on the way home. OMG I can totally see how people get hooked on this shit aside, this is a NES console coffee table lovingly crafted... / Continue →
  • April 6, 2010
    The Light Beam coffee table may look like alien technology, and it probably is. That or it's from the future, one or the other. Or both. Did your mind just explode? Mine did. Hey this coffee tastes like brains. The Light Beam coffee table is packed with thousands of littl... / Continue →
  • February 28, 2010
    The Cat Hammock Coffee Table was created by Case-Real and is a glass-topped magazine receptacle with a wicker-ish hammock for your feline companions beneath. It's cool, but your cat would be just as happy sleeping under any coffee table. Or in an empty soda box. Hit the jump... / Continue →
  • October 29, 2008
    Welding a bunch of flatware together to make a table, brilliant. As you can see, it's got all the standard utensils like forks and butter knives. Oh shit, and the other ones that have the little bowl at the end. Those. This limited edition table/sculpture by Objection Des... / Continue →
  • September 15, 2008
    This homebrew LED coffee table is packing 65 microcontrollers and 4,092 LEDs. Why? So you can play 4-person co-op Pong of course. Note: That's a mirror under the table and not a secret passage to Wiretown. We'd seen designs with interactive LEDs that responded to objects on... / Continue →
  • August 5, 2008
    This $8,550 Periodic Coffee Table features actual samples of all 92 naturally occurring elements. By embedding all element samples in clear acrylic, they are beautifully presented and also protected from tarnishing. This format also helps to addresses health and safety issues,... / Continue →
  • May 9, 2008
    We've seen a NES controller case mod, a gigantic fake NES controller, and even a huge functional Atari controller, but never a humongous working Nintendo controller that doubles as a coffee table. Until now. Kyle Downes, a man I wish lived next door, was the creator of this w... / Continue →
  • March 11, 2008
    Some guy made a Space Invader themed coffee table and is now selling it on Craigslist. He's asking $450, which is expensive. He has the list of materials he used on his website and apparently the thing cost him $415.59 to build. Which is also expensive. I'd be tempted to ma... / Continue →
  • November 7, 2007
    The Book Of Lights is a pop-up LED lamp cleverly disguised as a linen-bound hardcover book. You open that shit up and POP!, an LED lamp. They come in traditional lampshade and Parisian streetlamp models, and run a staggering $95. Pretty expensive for some paper, a battery, a... / Continue →