Furniture


MK1 Transforming Coffee Table

Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve had a love for all things Transformers. I don’t play with those kinds of toys much these days but the MK1 Transforming Coffee Table, which easily changes from coffee table to dining … (More)

OneLessDesk

The desks of most people I know are huge, clunky monstrosities, much larger than any of them actually requires. We’re talking about desks that take up 1/4 of a room here. I’ve helped some of my friends move those kinds … (More)

The Vool Wooden Laptop Stand

The Vool Wooden Laptop Stand is a far cry from the angular, aluminum laptop stands we’ve linked to in the past. While those products certainly have their place, this thing is far more … warm. The Vool stand is hand … (More)

Lifta Desk Organizer

I’m currently using an old Apple IIGS to keep my Cinema Display up at the correct height. However, there are far better options. The Lifta Desk Organizer is a fine-looking stand that not only keeps things ergonomically correct, but even … (More)

Floppy Disk Table

While this table doesn’t have an announced price yet, and the pre-order form is just an email address, I think I’m prepared to pay just about anything for it. The 28″ x 25″ x 17″ steel table features a sliding … (More)

Wood and Faulk’s Official Camp Stool

With the warm weather now upon us (at least in the hemisphere which this website is written), camping, too, is upon us. If you’re looking for an alternative to the $20 camping chair you get at Walmart, then this classically-inspired … (More)

Huge, Sentry Walnut Work Table and Desk

This desk slash work table from Crate&Barrel is about as simple and fantastic as they come. It’s 15-square-feet of pure, simple work space that sits 29.5 inches tall and free from drawers. It’s made from solid American walnut with dovetail … (More)

Stash Stacking Drawers

These stackable, arrangeable drawers are all sorts of fun. I think they would come in especially handy in near an office desk that’s short on drawers. Minimal, standing desks are all the rage these days, but where then shall we … (More)