Yooo, man. Is it cool if I like, stay at your place? Just for a while. Just need to get back on my feet. Is that cool..? In honor of Labor Day, Get this person out of your home.
This guy got a real couch, attached it to a board and went off for some surfing on Kootenay Lake, chilling out while drinking beer. My new favorite sport. [Geekosystem]
I've been using Logitech's previous Anywhere mice in the living room to control a HTPC, but it's only been adequate, not great. This $50 Couch Mouse might be very much better, because it'll work on a couch, bed or carpet.
Usually I hate having to dig around under the cushions of my chairs and couches to find things I'm looking for. But what if you could depend on your remotes, magazines, and maybe even a snack being in those crevices...
I won't be replacing my sofa anytime soon for this rather uncomfy-looking terracota vision, but you've got to respect a man who knows how to build something using nothing but crap found at a local hardware store.
Benjamin Parzybok's Couch is an epic for the apathetic, a journey to save the world undertaken by the post-college American slacker - for the essential reason that there doesn't seem to be anything better to do.
Remember those Thermochromatic t-shirts from the early '90s? Unsurprisingly, American Apparel started selling them last year. Now there's a sofa version from NunoErin, which is coated in a thermo-sensitive finish that changes color where your body touches it.
If Buffy, Twilight, Trueblood and the collective Anne Rice novels have taught us anything, it's that women dig vampires. To exploit the phenomenon, stay out of the sun and buy this couch.
Plenty of couches pull out into beds, but how many of them pull out into snooker tables? Not enough, if you ask me.
The Calypso chair is a do-it-all chair designed for web surfers and transforms into almost everything you could ever possibly need. You know what that means? Oh, yes. You're never leaving your TV again, fatty.
The SofaBOX is pretty much just that—a sofa that fits in a rugged metal box, appearing to pop out when the box is opened (we're guessing a la delicate pop-up book as opposed to snake-filled can of peanuts). Swiss designer John Hofgartner hasn't revealed much information about the piece at this time or its intended…
It's that time of year again, when basketball, beer and betting join forces to create the most exciting month of sports known to man. You already called in sick, filled out your brackets and took a seat at the bar, but the following Elite Eight (plus one bonus!) are things you'll definitely need to prepare for the Big…
The Sitscape Couch is painstakingly crafted to accommodate six of the most common relaxation positions. Not only that, it is designed to allow for a smooth transition between said positions. So, whether you are lying down or sitting cross-legged, the Sitscape has you covered. The product page also mentions that the…
Behind the Wall is a two-sided couch with a stretchy membrane dividing those on each side. I'm not sure how practical it is, but it sure looks like fun. People sit on the opposite side form a bulge in the membrane, meaning that people can interact through the furniture. There's bound to be a lot of fun games you could…
Instead of sticking your subwoofer near the rest of your speakers and rattling the whole room, why not get a SUBstage200, stick it under your couch, and make sure you feel that bass?