When you’re living in a small apartment you need furniture that does more than just sit there looking pretty. This nondescript coffee table, created by Studio Ozeta, magically raises and expands, again and again, to become a dining table capable of seating up to ten dinner guests.
Who says coffee tables can only serve as magazine storage, beverage holders, or less than comfortable footrests? Huzi Design's Ping-Pong coffee table proves they can also be a great way to entertain guests without resorting to breaking out your Catan board.
At one time in their lives these G4 towers were Apple's flagship workstations—possibly cutting hundreds of hours of footage, or editing thousands of photos. But today they're barely useful as paperweights, and probably best suited as a pair of stylish supports for this Crunching Numbers coffee table.
Don't get us wrong. We're completely enamored with Duffy London's new glass-topped coffee table that looks like it's being supported by a cluster of helium balloons. We're just not sure calling it the UP was the best idea. That mouse can be very litigious!
Even though the cassette tape is long gone from music store shelves, there's still enough nostalgia for the old medium that it may never die. From mixtape websites that let you share a handful of songs, to this utterly fantastic giant wooden cassette coffee table.
Not only is this the perfect living room accessory for putting your feet up while watching Shark Week, but both of those tooth-filled gaping jaws on this shark-themed coffee table look like they'd serve as perfect bottle openers.
VHS might not be able to compete with digital media in terms of picture quality or audio fidelity but it had that feel, that soul, that only analog can provide. This coffee table captures the same sense of warm fuzz as analog technology, only in hand-crafted teak.
Tiny apartments are miserable for a lot of reasons, but the most frustrating is when you can't make the most of your space without a clutter of furniture everywhere. Consider my coffee table problem: It doesn't take up too much space, but if there's more than one person hanging out, it's too small. The REK coffee…
Cut a hole in a box. Put your crashed Ferrari in that box. Make her put that box... in the living room. And that's the way you do it. Unbelievably, that's really how you create a Crashed Ferrari Coffee Table.
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.
You can see their inspiration for this table monitor, can't you? I do prefer Hyundai's stand to the box that Microsoft used on its Surface, though. And there's no denying what they were thinking of when designing the touch-surface, either.
Don't worry, your coasters and coffee table books will be perfectly safe on this table. About the only thing designer Jon Gilmore's Nova Black Hole Illuminated Coffee Table can destroy is your wallet.
If there was a contest for the nerdiest piece of furniture ever made, my money would be on this Periodic coffee table. It has everything a science fanatic could ask for, including the actual elements (even the toxic ones) encased in a thick layer of resin to ensure safety. As a whole, the table is actually quite…