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These Tables Look Like Animals Peeking Out From Underwater


Once you free your mind from the notion that a table needs to be a flat surface held up on four legs, a world of opportunities opens us. No one seems to understand this better than artist Derek Pearce, who makes a series of coffee tables called “Water Tables”. They depict various animals partially submerged in water, where the glass surface represents the water surface. From hippos to seals, and frogs to dolphins, Derek’s tables have become collector’s items. Like any good collector’s item, the tables are expensive, ranging in price from $4,800 to $5,500. But hey, if you’ve got that kind of cash burning a hole in your wallet, we’re pretty sure that’s as good of a conversation piece as anything.


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Rocket Coffee Table Is For Adult Children


Cyprus based artist Mousarris makes some cool furniture. Previously we featured his Wave City Coffee Table inspired by the movie Inception. And now we bring you news of the Rocket Coffee Table. Using a combination of 3D printing, resin casting and traditional hand carving, each leg looks like a rocket taking off. They’re not attached to the glass top, so the owner is able to use them as he wishes, although if you’re going to pay the $5,645 asking price, you might as well use it as-is.

“I have been collecting toys and action figures and anything nostalgic from my childhood until this day,’ says Mousarris on his website. ‘Every time I take a look at my collectibles I remember my childhood, when I used to play for hours on end without a care in the world. I wanted to recreate that feeling of carefreeness and nostalgia with the Rocket Coffee Table.”

We feel you, brother, we feel you. And if we had $5k burning a hole in our wallets, we might’ve already placed an order.


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Wave City Coffee Table, Like From Inception


Look, there’s really not much to say about this product. It’s just a coffee table. But damn if it ain’t one of the nicest coffee tables we’ve come across lately. It’s called Wave City Coffee Table, is designed and made by Stelios Mousarris and is a mixture of wood, steel, and 3D printed stuff. It doesn’t look cheap, and it isn’t: €6500, or about $7,400. He also makes a full dining table with the same concept, but that one’s a cool €18000 or about $20,500.


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With The Blandito Transformable Pad, Nap Time Can Also Be Taco Time


Taking a nap on a sofa or on your bed is great, but if you really want to get cosy, you might want to look into the Blandito Transformable Pad. It’s a reconfigurable circular pad that can be tied into all kinds of different shapes, one of which includes the delicious taco, apparently. You and your loved one are then free to spoon while cosplaying as guacamole and beans. It uses wooden ball hooks to tie itself into knots, and will set you back a very cool £306.56 (around $440USD).


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Sacrificial Chair Serves As A Clothes Rack


You know that chair in the bedroom you just toss your clothes on, only to finally take them off twice a month and toss them in the laundry hamper? Yeah, well, it’s not doing its purpose of letting you sit now, is it? So why bother? The Sacrificial Chair elegantly acknowledges this common habit and is made for the sole purpose of tossing garments haphazardly on. It’s a simple metal wireframe, easily assembled after being shipped flat, and serves absolutely zero sitting duty. We imagine the philosophy is that if you can’t change your bad habits, you may as well embrace them. You will, of course, have to pay $140 for the privilege.

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Carpet Chair Looks Like A Flying Carpet, Doesn’t Actually Fly


This is neat. It’s a chair. You sit on it. It looks like it’s about to fly off, but, surprise surprise, it won’t. Chairs don’t fly, guys. This one is made by Mousarris, and like any neat looking piece of furniture, will put a gigantic hole in your bank account. You’ll have to part with €12000 (around $13,000USD) to give your guests the impression that you’re really into the whole Aladdin vibe. And in case it weighs in your decision to buy or not, you should know the piece is made in collaboration with artist Jan Blythe.


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For Your SuperVillain Ambitions: A $500,000 Golden Skull Chair


We’re not sure what kind of super villain would opt for a Golden Skull Chair, given that it’s more gaudy and ostentatious than it is dark and ominous, but we’re fairly certain there’s at least one fictitious bad guy out there who’d go for this design. Given that he’s fictitious, he’d also probably have the funds necessary to secure said chair: $500,000. It’s made by Harow, a French company and “its luxurious black velvet seat is surrounded by a handmade steel and fiberglass structure, coated in 24-karat gold.” And yes, it’s apparently real.


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The Millennium Falcon Bed Costs An Arm, Looks Badass


The Star Wars craze continues unabated, and the latest product we’ve stumbled across is this Millennium Falcon bed for kids. It’s being sold by Pottery Barn, and unlike the cheaper stuff at Ikea, is made from actual wood and not particle board. Its multi-layer finish is hand-painted, and the slat-roll foundation is designed for use with or without a box spring. It’s for kids, so if you’re thinking of getting this for yourself, you should know its dimensions: 45.5″ wide x 108.25″ long x 45.5″ high. Regardless of who this is for, this prospective buyer will need to have deep pockets since the thing costs $4,000.


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The $24,000 Abyss Table By Duffy London


The nice thing about having money, aside from having money, is that you can look at things like the Abyss Table and think “Hm, that might look nice in my living room.” At least, we assume that people with money might say that, because if we have $24,000 burning a hole in our pockets, we would have ordered this table before even writing about it. As it is, we can only stare at the screen and dream.

Like all of Duffy’s designs, the Abyss Table is a conversation piece as much as a functional one. But while previous works play with gravity, this new design is concerned with depth, and creates a geological cross-section as mesmerising as the sea.
The design team spent a year developing the table in their London studio, experimenting with sculpted glass, Perspex and wood, arranged like a 3-D representation of a geological map, until they re-created something of the mesmeric abyss that had first captured Duffy’s imagination.
Made from high grade wood from Forest Stewardship Council managed forests and other controlled sources. Glass.

There will only be 25 of these tables made, and if you order one, expect to get it around October of this year.


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