You’ve probably been guilty of this, just like us, but there’s no need to feel embarrassed about sitting down on the couch and starting to work off a laptop. If you keep your coffee table pretty clean, it can make a decent workstation. This is perfect when space is at a premium or you just want to move things around a bit. While sofa-desking isn’t something that you want to do full time, it can be a nice change of pace.
I don’t know if I’d like to have one in my home, but BRC Designs’ new Binary Table 01 is entirely composed of outdated and discarded electronics. The whole structure consists of old computer towers and built from a patchwork of circuit boards. The glass tabletop was also salvaged from a abandoned warehouse. It’s kind of awesome(ly ugly).
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Finding a new way to reuse furniture is always a great feeling. IKEA furniture has its perks, and of the big ones is that you can reuse and hack it easily enough into something new. This coffee table is no exception.
Just like me, you’ve probably got a bunch of VHS tapes in storage somewhere. Let’s be honest, some of us just can’t throw away some of this stuff. That’s why I really like this coffee table, made up of of old VHS tapes.
What could be more awesome than having your own LED coffee table? It’s the perfect sort of mood-lighting that’s needed during parties. Plus, you can fully program it, which is even better. These types of tables used to be in the realm of science-fiction, but someone has actually made one himself!
With HDTVs getting thinner and thinner, and even being able to stream your NetFlix movies directly without any extra hardware, you’ll need less and less space to showcase them. That being said, we don’t think that everyone can spend hundreds of dollars to get something sleek and spiffy. That’s why we thought that turning a coffee table into a HDTV stand would be a great idea.
This incredible looking coffee table was designed by Michael Laut. It’s an architectural piece of modern living and will spruce-up any space, be it your living room or your home office. It’s made out of a large piece of acrylic bent 90 degrees and suspended in space by a wooden brace.