Because we all dreamed about being Bruce Wayne once upon a time (or to this day), here's something you can get that he could never: a batman logo coffee table. Made by Charles Lushear of the Bohemian Workshop, the coffee table is carved from wood with hairpin legs and is a must for any comic book geek still living…
Can you imagine the conversation you would have with a child, hell, a tween, about this coffee table? "You see, son. Before the cloud and usb sticks. Before hard drives and iPhones and Androids. Before the iPod and even before the CD player, there was something called the floppy disk. And it stored 1.44MB. Yeah, I…
When I was a in middle school, I built the bridge of the Enterprise in my parents' basement out of old computer parts. It wasn't this cool, but I was pretty proud of my level of Trek fandom. Now, Inhabitat found something that tops that level of Trekkie swag: a coffee table modeled after the USS Enterprise.
Whether the Mayans were right or not, the world is quickly going to hell in a hand basket—rioting across the globe, from the middle East to the middle of London. Be prepared to defend you and yours with the "In Case of Riot" coffee table.
What better way to commemorate the debut of the Star Trek series on Netflix than with a Klingon-style coffee table? If you need inspiration, then check out Nick Woodrow's DIY project. It's fantastic.
Julie Kim wondered what would happen if you placed a coffee table, stack of newspapers and a cheery vase of flowers at an LA bus stop. Secretly filming them, she found that people actually engaged with one another.
When I look at the Woodsman Axe Coffee table, it makes me want to use one of those axes on my boring-ass Ikea fürniture right away.
Coffee tables. I'm going to SMASH your coffee table. It deserves to be smashed—it's pitiful. It sits there, reflecting light, collecting dust, insulting me with its presence. Why? Why? Your coffee table is not a gigantic bicycle chain.
Inspired by the geological feature of the same name, the San Andreas coffee table, designed by Ricardo Garza Marcos, breaks apart to reveal its storage space. Goes great with a LaBrea Tar Pit Fondue set!
Not that $600 is a small chunk of change or anything, but it certainly beats shelling out several thousand dollars for the alternative.
If you are all about the ethical treatment of animals, avert your eyes. This high-tech mousetrap coffee table concept is nasty—real nasty.
I know you like your iPhone. That's great. But really, if you build a coffee table that looks like an iPhone, complete with icon coasters, you've gone too far.
Jellio's Candy Table doesn't actually have candy inside (which would be tooth decayingly fantastic), but it does have super soaker-like squirt guns. Not the new, lame super soakers, but the old simple ones from the early '90s. We're not sure if it's actually a real Super Soaker or just a replica, but in either case,…
Forget touchscreen, solar powered or even self-destructing coffee tables... Kyle Downes has modded the coffee table into its best version ever: a retro-tastic NES controller. Just look at the sleek lines, the high quality finish and classy glass top. And then giggle at the fact that it actually works. Don't believe…
Here's an interactive LED coffee table that refuses to simply table your coffee—it twinkles and sparkles, reacting to movement. The Wave uses 32 near-infrared sensors which observe the space above the table and any motion detected is mimicked with trails of light and color from 480 LEDs.
While gambling may be a sinful cause of families falling apart, coffee is a less frowned upon addiction. Enter the $298 Harvard Casino Coffee Table: the perfect balance between City of Sin sensibility and Middle America hypocrisy. While the conservative top layer is comprised of fine oak, the three secret layers below…