So you love flying. You love every type of aircraft. You would spend the whole day high above ground if you could. But that's impossible, and when you return to your home or to your office, you want to feel at least a tiny bit of that sensation you felt at those high altitudes. Thanks to a few designer and furniture makers, this is now possible.

The following pieces are made of disassembled or reclaimed aircraft parts, bringing the skies into your home. Check them outā€”plus a few extras at the end, which didn't come directly from the runway, but are just as cool.

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Relicta office desks "made out of old aircrafts carcasses "

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Photo: Relicta design


Mixer Tulip 737 Coffee Table, made of salvaged aluminum aircraft turbine and glass, designed by Rosario Gallina and Tiziano Rutilo for Relicta design.

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Photo: Bonhams


Pratt & Whitney Twin Seats, designed and executed by Rosario Gallina and Tiziano Rutilo for Relicta Design.

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Photo: Relicta design


Convair desk by Eichholtz.

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Photo: Eichholtz


Eichholtz desk wing.

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Photo: Eichholtz


Lycoming R680 9 cylinder radial engine coffee tableā€“the engine is from a US Army Boeing-Stearman PT-1, World War II biplane, c1936/38.

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Photo: Decoratum


Dove, an aeroplane propeller heads table, England, 1960s

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Photo: Decoratum


F-Light, a modular lighting system made of recycled plane, created by Paul Coudamy

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Photo: Benjamin Boccas/Coudamy Architectures


B-52 Bomber Wing Flap Conference Table made of the inner wing flap of a B-52 Bomber by MotoArt.

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Photo: MotoArt


Boeing 747 jumbo jet engine conference table by MotoArt.

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Photo: MotoArt


B-52 Ejection Chair by MotoArt.

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Photo: MotoArt


DC-10 Cowling Bed by MotoArt.

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MotoArt Stratotanker sink, fabricated from a KC-97 front landing gear door

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Photo: MotoArt


Bonus: The following three pieces aren't made from parts, but they're deeply inspired by flight, like these Aviator lounge chairs by Canadian designer David Catta.

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Photo: Catta Works


The same goes for Restoration Hardware's Aviator Wing Desk, which is inspired by streamlined World War II fighter planes. Its shape mimicks the bent wing of a plane.

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Photo: Restoration Hardware


Both Restoration Hardware's Aviator chair and its Devon Spitfire are inspired by the aerodynamic curves of World War II fighter planes, too.

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Photo: Restoration Hardware


As well as the Aviator leather office chair by Alexander and Pearl

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Photo: Alexander and Pearl


And finally, the Blackhawk chest by Restoration Hardware.

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Photo: Restoration Hardware