This surfboard-inspired table and bench come to us by way of the old wave-hounds at Duffy London. They’ve created this custom set using woodworking techniques borrowed from classic surfboard construction and used only woods from FSC-managed forests.
Surfer and furniture designer Lawrence O’Toole makes these tables using surfboards that he finds at the dump near his home in Kauai. He rips the old boards apart, reshapes, colors, and re-glasses them; transforming the would-be landfill junk into sleek, stylish tables that will look great in your home or out by the pool. via
These tables telescope using whisper-quiet electronic motors so you can adjust them from a sit-down desk to a stand-up one in seconds. The design also allows for quick conversion into other configurations, like a conference table or double workstation.
You’re already late to the stand-up desk craze currently sweeping our cubicle nation but this convertible sit or stand desk will get you on trend instantly & let you sit back down when you’re over it. A dry erase surface coupled with push-button electronic adjustment for easily switching up your position, it’s also designed to accommodate your treadmill in case you wanna jog while pretending to work.
Manoteca is an Italian design studio that specializes in one-off handmade furnishings that combine recycled and repurposed materials. Their multi-function, metal framed Door Table can be used as a dining table for 8 or flipped open to reveal a hidden desk that features a wooden drawer and 3 pockets made of recycled rawhide.
You’ve always wanted to design your own furniture, right? Well here’s a way to do so without having to learn or build jack. These Tick table legs are basically giant paperclips that will turn any slab of wood into a table. There you go. Feel free to call yourself a designer now. Source
Though it looks like a stool designed to accommodate the bulk and girth of your mother-in-law’s back-side, this is actually a table made from vintage Japanese motorcycle parts. It was designed and built by the boys at Richmond, Virginia’s Classified Moto, creators of sick, one-off custom bikes, and cycle-themed art.
Bring a bit of the great outdoors right into your home. These tables from mth woodworks combine the raw, organic look of real, salvaged cedarwood tree stumps with the smooth, modern lines of a resin tabletop. Custom shapes, sizes and colors are available.
They had the Cold War, we have the cold drinks. This martini table is made from a real, MK-76 bomb. Yes, disarmed. Bombs and Russian vodka don’t normally go together but in this case they’re a great pair. What better way to celebrate freedom than raising a toast over unused artillery?